How Long Do People with Epilepsy Live?

By |March 27th, 2023|Categories: Nursing|

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder causing multiple neurons to send signals simultaneously. Such surges of electrical activity result in seizures, the symptoms of which include involuntary movements, behaviors, sensations, and emotions. Like with other chronic conditions, epilepsy alters an individual’s lifespan, so you may be wondering, how long do people [...]

What Triggers Arthritis Pain and How to Avoid Them

By |March 20th, 2023|Categories: Rehabilitation|

Arthritis is a condition affecting the joints in the hands, arms, shoulders, feet, lower back, hips, and knees. There are several types, all of which have a few common symptoms, including tenderness, pain, inflammation, stiffness, warmth, and redness. Though the severity may vary from day to day, your symptoms may [...]

Why Should You Plan for A Smooth Recovery Before Surgery

By |March 13th, 2023|Categories: Nursing|

When an individual is scheduled for surgery, it’s common to ask questions about anesthesia, risks, and recovery time. Of course, considering what your post-operative care will look like is also essential. A plan for a smooth recovery is important, especially for those with underlying health issues. This is also crucial [...]

What are the Causes of Sudden Decline in Parkinson’s?

By |March 6th, 2023|Categories: Rehabilitation|

Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder affecting movement, balance, and coordination. The symptoms include stiffness, skin problems, emotional changes, and speaking issues. Usually, the symptoms gradually worsen over time, but what  are the causes of sudden decline in Parkinson’s? Well, a few issues could increase the symptoms, including anxiety, [...]

Manage Post-Viral Condition – Tips for A Quicker Recovery

By |February 27th, 2023|Categories: Nursing|

Viral infections occur sporadically throughout our lives, causing varying symptoms, depending on the virus the individual contracted. Unfortunately, those symptoms don’t always disappear after the virus clears up. In many cases, there could be lingering issues and complications, the most common of which is extreme fatigue. These prolonged symptoms can [...]

Heart Stent Recovery Time – What Are the Restrictions

By |February 20th, 2023|Categories: Rehabilitation|

When an artery becomes clogged, they require medical intervention to increase blood flow. In most cases, a stent is used to keep the artery open, though this procedure isn’t perfect. During heart stent recovery time, some restrictions require either temporary or permanent lifestyle changes.One of the essential parts of stent [...]

Post-Operative Wound Care – When Do You Need It?

By |February 13th, 2023|Categories: Nursing|

Care after surgery can be complicated by chronic diseases such as diabetes, infections, or age-related fragilities. In some cases, post-operative wound care requires treatment after hospital to minimize the risk of complications. Such complications tend to be more likely when a patient has underlying health issues.Wound care is a key part [...]

How Serious Is Bacterial Pneumonia – Treatment and Causes

By |February 6th, 2023|Categories: Nursing|

Bacterial pneumonia is an infection that occurs in the lungs and if left untreated, it can be very serious. As well as inflammation, the infection could cause fluid, pus, and cellular debris to accumulate, making it difficult to breathe. This type of pneumonia includes a range of symptoms and severities [...]

Is Septal Infarct Serious – Can You Live With It?

By |January 30th, 2023|Categories: Rehabilitation|

People with a history of heart trouble may, in some cases, have had a septal infarct. This is a rear but serious kind of heart attack that affects the septum, and can be life threatening. There is no cure for a damaged septum – muscle and tissue separating the [...]

What Does It Mean If You Are Constantly Fatigued?

By |January 23rd, 2023|Categories: Nursing|

As we age, our stamina and alertness slowly diminish, but being constantly fatigued is something really different. It’s not normal at any age, and implies some underlying health issues. Tiredness is normal but feeling extremely lifeless and weak is serious and should be addressed. Extreme fatigue is also called myalgic [...]

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