Deep Breathing Techniques For Anxiety And Stress

By |May 17th, 2021|Categories: Rehabilitation|

Most of the time we don’t think twice about our breathing or how the way we breathe can reduce stress. Did you know that deep breathing techniques can help you stay calm in moments of extreme stress and anxiety?Walking out of a stuffy room and into the fresh air to [...]

Rehab Facilities: What You Should Know Before Choosing One

By |May 10th, 2021|Categories: Rehabilitation|

Rehab facilities provide vital services for people who have just had surgery, a fall, or an accident. They come in a range of different shapes and sizes and cater to different pockets.  Doctors sometimes recommend such facilities for elderly people and adults unable to get the care they need at [...]

Emotional Support: Why It Is So important in Nursing Homes

By |May 3rd, 2021|Categories: Nursing|

Keeping upbeat and emotionally stable while going through physical or mental health issues is not easy. That is why it is crucial that staff in health care settings know how to support their patients. After all, helping patients through the bad times is what they are there to do. Providing [...]

Questions About Cardiorenal Syndrome: Here’s A Quick Guide

By |April 22nd, 2021|Categories: Rehabilitation|

The heart and kidneys work in tandem to ensure our bodies function well. They are interconnected systems and a disorder in one or other may lead to a condition called cardiorenal syndrome. This is an umbrella term for heart and kidney problems and how one can affect the other. Haym [...]

Diabetes And Sleep: See How They Affect Each Other

By |April 12th, 2021|Categories: Nursing|

Have you heard about the link between diabetes and sleep? In fact, there is a link between the two even if diabetes symptoms have not yet developed. Poor sleeping habits are one of the tell-tale indicators and possible causes of future diabetes.Learn more about the linkages and how they affect [...]

Bone Infections: Can They Come Back After A Full Recovery?

By |April 5th, 2021|Categories: Nursing|

Bone infections, also called osteomyelitis, can occur if fungi or bacteria get into a bone. A deep cut or wound can lead to infections in nearby bones. Such infections, which spread to the bones via the blood stream, can affect young and old alike. In children it tends to be [...]

The Wonders Of Physical Therapy Exercises And Techniques

By |March 29th, 2021|Categories: Rehabilitation|

For hundreds of thousands of years humans were hunter-gatherers, built to cover big distances to survive. Today many of us lead sedentary lives sitting at computers or lounging on sofas. But we know we need to move around to feel well, and that’s where physical therapy exercises come in.Regular light [...]

Stop Narrowing Of The Arteries And Making Them Worse

By |March 22nd, 2021|Categories: Nursing|

Have you ever wondered why your arteries may be narrowing or hardening? To understand how to stop narrowing of the arteries, it is best to find out what causes this condition. There are tried and tested ways of slowing down or preventing deterioration of the arteries which lead to cardiovascular diseases. Check [...]

Brain Injury: Can You Recover With Restorative Therapy

By |March 15th, 2021|Categories: Rehabilitation|

The short answer is yes, restorative therapy can help with the recovery of a brain injury. An injury of this sort can cause a loss of motor function to the body (one or both sides), muscle weakness, and gait abnormalities. Therefore, seeking restorative therapy as soon as possible is [...]

Sleep Apnea Dangers: What Happens If It’s Not Treated

By |March 8th, 2021|Categories: Nursing|

People who snore loudly and feel fatigued even after a full night’s sleep may have a condition called sleep apnea. This is a serious sleep disorder which can lead to heart problems, type-2 diabetes, and complications with medications and surgery. If you suspect you have this disorder, see your [...]

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