Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: There is Hope

4 Steps To A New And Improved, Safe And Updated Bathroom

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Maybe you need to improve the safety and accessibility of the bathroom for an aging family member that is moving in. Or maybe you want to update the look of your bathroom while also thinking ahead to the future when you may need more accessibility. Whatever the case may be, these items will not only result in safety improvements but also improve its overall appearance. 1. Install Designer Grab Bars. Read More»

Help Dad Keep His Sanity During The Birthing Process: Benefits Of A Doula

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Many men feel out of control during the labor and birth process. It is in a man’s nature to protect and help his partner during the trials and tribulations of life. Labor and delivery are foreign concepts that can make them feel helpless because there is no way to know what his partner is really experiencing during this momentous occasion in their lives. A doula’s assistance before, during and after childbirth is often touted as an invaluable resource to the mom, but the doula can be a great comfort to the new dad as well. Read More»

Measures To Keep Your Legs Free Of Spider And Varicose Veins

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Some people are genetically predisposed to spider and varicose veins so you may not completely prevent them from developing. If you are one of those people, however, there are measures you can take to limit the effect of these aggravating factors. Here are a few ways in which you can do this: Engage in Physical Exercises You risk developing these veins if your legs have weak muscles and poor blood circulation. Read More»

Snoring At Night And Feeling Tired All The Time? Sleep Apnea Treatments Could Put A Bounce Back In Your Step

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While you may not think your snoring is an issue other than to the person sharing your bed, it could be a sign of sleep apnea. This is a condition in which you stop breathing for brief periods of time while you are sleeping. Even though the periods are short, they do keep you from getting adequate rest and cause a lack of oxygen to the brain. This can result in you being tired all the time, headaches, and more severe problems like high blood pressure and insulin resistance that causes type II diabetes. Read More»

How To Get Your Teenager To Wear His Or Her Glasses

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The optometrist has made it clear your teen needs glasses and your teen has made it clear they will not wear them. If your teen is set against wearing glasses, it may be time to step back and come up with a strategy. If you help them pick out a pair that flatters their face and let them get used to the idea, your teen is likely to be more willing to wear their glasses. Read More»