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7 Tips To Manage Exercise-Induced Asthma

Having problems and experiencing nausea after working out can make staying active difficult, but exercise-induced asthma should not come in the way of your passion for fitness. To help you get past this condition and remain in the pink of health, here are some tips to manage asthma induced by exercise. READ MORE.

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7 Home Oxygen Equipment for Respiratory Care

Chronic conditions make breathing an uphill battle. Home oxygen equipment provide relief within the comforts of your home. READ MORE to find 7 effective options.

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LIVING WITH A CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE

Living in chronic lung disease changes a Human's life emotionally and physically and creates a new way of being in the world. Need more information for COPD.

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Fighting Exercise-Induced Broncoconstriction (EIB)

As it turns out, our bodies require the intake of oxygen in order to perform or even stay alive. Often we experience medical conditions that interfere with this process and can make life pretty miserable. For those with exercise-induced broncoconstriction or EIB, working out or partaking in any physical activities (sports, manual labor, or playing with the kids) can be difficult.

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How To Measure Asthma?

Exposure to asthma triggers on a daily basis can result in an inflamed airway in kids with asthma even when they're not having any specific kind of breathing problems. Airway inflammation increases over time, and results in unexpected flare-ups being a big risk. They might feel normal, even as their airways are swelling, becoming narrow, and eventually getting blocked up.

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Know the Difference: Asthma and COPD

People with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and Asthma are familiar with the common symptoms like coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath. It’s easy to mistake one condition for the other as they have one big thing in common: The inability to get enough air into the lungs.

Allergy Relief Asthma

Allergies and Asthma: Nebulize and Exercise It!!

Asthma is a disease that affects the bronchial tubes in our lungs that brings the air we breathe into and out of our lungs. There are many triggers for asthma, and one of the most popular is allergies. This is called allergic asthma and contributes to a great deal of asthma cases.

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Pill Boxes And Medicine Organizer

10 Tips for Medication Management

Medication management is critical for necessary medication to be effective. How can you manage your medication? How do I do it? We have some info for you. READ MORE

Nebulizer Accessories

How to Make Saline Solution for Nebulizer

Salt is a necessary evil. While many often point out too much salt can be detrimental to one's health, it also has the properties of preventing bacteria from growing. But why are we talking about salt? READ MORE.

Pediatric Care

Best Baby Formula – How To Choose + Products Recommendations

Choosing the right baby formula is a big deal for parents because it directly affects the health and well-being of their little ones. Find out how to find the best baby formula for your child’s growth and development.

Incontinence Guide

Your Guide To Manage Overflow Incontinence

Managing overflow incontinence requires altering one's lifestyle and using appropriate incontinence products to effectively manage the condition. READ MORE.

Back Pain

5 Stretches for Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain relief can be prevented with a stretching regimen. What stretches can benefit you? How do I stretch my back? We have some information for you. READ MORE

Pain Relief

5 Benefits of Using Therapeutic Ultrasound for Pain Management

Pain makes your life an uphill battle. While there are many ways to curb pain temporarily, including the use of NSAIDs, if you are averse to steroids or need a rather safe option to relieve muscle tension and pain, therapeutic ultrasound may be the way for you. READ MORE.

Enteral Feeding Tubes

A Guide to Bolus Feeding

Bolus feeding might be your best option for nutritional intake. What is bolus feeding? Is it right for me? We have the information you need. READ MORE

Chronic Illness GERD

Identifying 7 Early Signs of Gastrointestinal Disease

If you’ve been having stomach problems lately, such as severe abdominal pain, diarrhea, or hemorrhoids, it might be the early signs of Gastrointestinal Disease. READ MORE.

Finger Braces and Splints

7 Best Trigger Finger Splints That Work

One of the safest ways to treat this condition is to use a trigger finger splint. These splints are specifically beneficial for people who are not candidates for surgery or are awaiting one and can be worn during daily activities or following surgery. To help you find the best one for you, here are 7 trigger finger splints that offer comfort, support, and pain relief from this debilitating condition. READ MORE.

Arthritis

10 Ways to Deal with Arthritis in Feet

Arthritis in the feet affects one in every six people over the age of 50. While surgery is an effective way to treat and manage foot arthritis, there are some non-surgical methods to help this debilitating condition. Read this article to learn more about ten ways to deal with foot arthritis.

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