This has been one heck of a year! I’m pretty sure everyone out there is nodding their heads in agreement. With the season of gift giving barreling towards us the question that popped in our minds was - what can you buy for your loved ones with your Flexible Spending Account (FSA)? We all know that your FSA dollars are “use it or lose it” by the end of the year, and a few of us still have money in our accounts. After a worldwide pandemic, perhaps we have been exceedingly cautious about venturing out into the world and buying things online at a much greater rate than ever before.
Covid-19 has changed so much about how we do things and what we do. We’ve all seen so many more people walking, running, biking and just generally being outdoors more than ever before. There was a bike shortage at our Walmart, a few aisles down from the coronavirus induced toilet paper shortage! So with this in mind and knowing that HPFY has so many FSA eligible items we thought we’d put together a list of products that you might just want to wrap up for gifting this year. We highly encourage a “one for you - one for me” attitude, especially with #5.
This product was chosen with an eye towards ensuring health. If you have a loved one who has high or low blood pressure this gift may be exactly what they need. They can keep track of their blood pressure right in the comfort of their own home.
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Resistance exercise bands come in a number of colors and it’s not just for decoration. Many people use these bands however, they do not have the knowledge of the colors and the purpose with which they are designed.
A syringe is a pump consisting of a snugly fit piston(or plunger) within a calibrated glass or plastic cylinder called a barrel.The syringe is equipped with a hypodermic needle, nozzle, or tubing that helps direct the flow of medication.
Breathing disorders, such as COPD or asthma, can be a major detriment when it comes to quality-of-life issues.Treating these breathing ailments with medications is the main course of treatment.Being able to deliver aerosol medication directly into the lungs in an expedited fashion is the best way to manage these lung disorders. The use of a nebulizer for aerosol medications allows for the efficient and easy delivery of these medications.
An enema is used for many reasons.Just as there are many reasons, there are different types of enemas, each of which contains different ingredients and works differently in the body. While some may choose an enema to soften stool or for routine colon cleansing, the reason for using an enema may have more of a medical necessity.
Cervical traction is a technique applied to the cervical region of the body to help alleviate neck pain, discomfort, and other physical conditions related to the cervical region.Cervical traction works by stressing the neck, pulling, and pushing, thus reducing the pressure on the spine, the neck, and the upper torso.Excessive stress on the neck, spine, and upper region, due to a wide range of conditions or injuries can cause severe pain and can lead to other complications.Cervical traction devices help alleviates these conditions thus offering overall body rehabilitation and treatment options.