Getting your medication can be frustrating, especially if you run out to your pharmacy on your lunch hour and spend so much time waiting that you don't have time to eat. Here are some ways to reduce the amount of time that you spend waiting at the pharmacy for your medications. 1. Sign Up for Auto-Refills Many pharmacies offer the option to sign up for automatic refills. This works best for medication that you have to take a certain number of times a day or a week because it allows the pharmacy to accurately predict when you will need more medication.
30 July 2015
Physical therapy is a necessary treatment for many people to go through in order to ensure that they are able to regain their full range of motion and lead a full and satisfying life. However, many people become frustrated with the fact that they feel as though they are not making any progress in physical therapy. They might slack off on their exercises at the physical rehabilitation center or at home because it seems like there is no point.
16 July 2015
For people who are eager to get in shape and are looking for a low-impact exercise, walking is a common choice. While it would seem totally harmless to hit the track at your local park for a brisk walk, walking can pose a risk for injury. There are a number of ways in which you can injure yourself while walking. If you are thinking about walking for exercise, make sure you know how to protect yourself.
10 July 2015
Has your child ever woken up at night complaining about pains in their legs? If so, there is no need to worry. This is a common occurrence that happens in 25% to 40% of children between the ages of 3 to 5 and again at 8 to 12 years old. While the name refers to a pain that is likely onset by a growth spurt, there is no research suggesting this to be the case.
17 June 2015
Mouth dryness is not a serious condition, but one that is actually very common. However, it can also be chronic and bothersome, which is why it helps to learn more about it. Here is valuable information about mouth dryness and what you can do about it. What causes mouth dryness? The first thing you should know is exactly what causes mouth dryness, since this can lead you toward the right treatment options.
3 June 2015
When your baby is first born, his or her eyes will be relatively uncoordinated and incapable of seeing more than about 8 to 12 inches from his or her own face. That's just enough range to allow your baby to watch your face while breast feeding. In the next several months, your baby's eyes will go through many dramatic changes. As a parent, you'll have many opportunities to help your child develop good visual acuity.
20 May 2015
Learn how to protect yourself when hiking in the woods so that you do not accidentally come into contact with poison ivy. If you do encounter it, however, acting quickly and cleaning each of the items that have touched the plant can lessen the chance that you will encounter a severe allergic reaction. Learn How To Identify The Plant Poison ivy grows throughout the United States. On the east coast it tends to grow on a vine and on the west coast it resembles a bush.
1 May 2015
People who have insomnia are unable to get the amount of sleep they need to wake up feeling well rested and refreshed. Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder, and it's often caused by stress, depression, anxiety, lifestyle choices, or an underlying health condition. Insomnia impacts your mood, the amount of energy you have, and your ability to function during the day, so it's important to treat the condition as soon as possible.
17 April 2015
If you're a woman who is in your middle-aged years, you may experience some significant changes in your body. This is the time when you may stop having your menstrual cycle, and this can have a huge impact on many areas of your life. There are some significant symptoms that often accompany this stage of life, and if these are severe, you may want to consider hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
3 April 2015
If you would love to start working out again, but don't feel that you are physically capable of doing high impact workouts right now, or if your doctor has recommended that you avoid high impact workouts due to an injury or medical condition, then it is a good idea to do low impact workouts instead. These workouts will help you to get your heart rate up and will also help you to work up a sweat without causing any unnecessary or dangerous strain on your body.
24 March 2015