Sailaxmi Chennuru, has been a Health Products For You contributor since 2017. A business management graduate, the study of anatomy has always been of interest to her.
After working as a medical transcriptionist for several years, she developed a keen interest in writing health-related articles. Her passions revolve around health, fitness, and wellness. She firmly believes that leading a holistic lifestyle and making healthy choices not only heals the body but the mind and soul as well.
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Infection of the stoma is one of the main worries of an ostomate. Skin infection around the stoma can happen for various reasons, so it is important to check your stoma and peristomal skin with each ostomy pouch change to identify any new issues should they arise. Changes in the stoma and the surrounding skin often indicate an issue that may require immediate treatment. Learn about 8 signs of stoma that you should't ignore.
While nasal polyps can affect anyone, they are more common in adults. Medications can often shrink or remove nasal polyps. However, sometimes surgery may be required to remove them. Even after successful treatment, nasal polyps often recur. Find all the options and effective products for nasal polyps removal.
Nearly 6.8 million Americans depend on mobility aids like wheelchairs and transport chairs. These mobility devices are often used by older adults and those dealing with debilitating health conditions like arthritis, stroke, and spinal problems, to name a few. For first-time users, choosing between a wheelchair and a transport chair can be overwhelming because they both look similar and perform similar functions. However, both are distinct types and have many key differences.
Walking canes are the most common mobility aids used by seniors and people with mobility issues. They are simple, convenient, inexpensive, and also offer a variety of benefits, but do you know how to pick the one that serves you the best? HPFY brings you a complete guide for choosing the best walking cane. Read more to find what should you look for in a cane.
After breast surgery, a compression bra can be a women’s best friend. Also known as post-surgical bras, compression bras are designed specifically to help support the healing process with gentle compression to the targeted area. They provide needed support while being extremely comfortable. These bras help relieve pain and swelling, keep implants in the correct position, accommodate drain tubes, and reduce post-surgical scarring. Learn 5 benefits of compression bras at HPFY.
It is a known fact that ice helps relieve pain and speeds up recovery when applied to the affected area. Biofreeze is a topical analgesic that works similarly to cold therapy, reducing inflammation and improving circulation, but offers more powerful, comfortable, and long-lasting pain relief. Learn all about how does Biofreeze work & more at HPFY.
Undergoing lumpectomy surgery for cancer treatment can be overwhelming for a woman. But with proper post-surgical care, the road to recovery can be much easier and a lot quicker. Most patients can return to a normal routine within a few weeks. READ MORE
Urinary incontinence after prostate surgery is normal and gradually returns to normal over time. Luckily there are ways to manage incontinence and improve your quality of life until you regain bladder control. LEARN MORE