Hearing Loss: Tips For Better Communication For Everyone
Relationships can really suffer when a person is dealing with hearing loss. However, this doesn't have to be the case for you. While your communication may be slightly impaired due to your inability to hear 100% clearly, there are steps that you can take – as well as steps that others can take – to help improve the lines of communication to ensure that they are not damaged and that your relationships remain strong.
FAQ about Short-Term Rehab after a Stroke
Did your parent recently suffer a serious stroke? If you are trying to figure out how to help them recover from the stroke complications now that they have been discharged from the hospital, you should know that short-term rehabilitation in a nursing facility is worth considering. Take a look at this article for the answers to common questions about undergoing short-term rehabilitation in a nursing facility for stroke complications. Will Help Be Provided for Learning Daily Tasks?
Menopause: 3 Tips To Help Ease Your Main Symptoms
Most women dread the day that they realize that their hormones are out of whack and that they have begun their menopause journey. This usually occurs to women between 45 and 55 years of age, according to Healthline. With the right circumstances, menopause can be triggered early with one percent of females reaching menopause before they hit 40 years old. Healthline notes that there are several symptoms and complications of menopause.
Picking The Correct Eye Care Professional For Your Vision Needs
If you are experiencing problems with your vision, you will want to make an appointment with a professional to help you find the proper solution. Picking the right eye doctor, however, may be a bit confusing. There are three types of eye care professionals to choose from: an optician, an optometrist, and an ophthalmologist. Here are the difference between each profession to help you decide which you want to see for your eye needs.
When Seeing Isn't Believing: Identifying Visual Perception Problems
Sometimes, a child who successfully passes a vision screening may still have difficulty differentiating certain letters, numbers, shapes and colors. In those cases, the problem isn't the child's vision but visual processing. In most cases, your child's optometrist will diagnose visual processing disorder after evaluating the condition of the eyes and basic vision. There are a few different types of visual processing problems, and understanding each one can help you to identify and work around your child's unique needs.
Suffering From Chronic Pain With No Known Cause? Talk To A Chiropractor About Myofascial Therapy
If you have been suffering with pain in muscles or joints and cannot determine the cause, you may be experiencing myofascial pain syndrome. You are feeling the pain in an area that was not injured or damaged. However, there was, at some point, an injury to a trigger point. A trigger point is a spot that sends signals across a network of fascia that spreads throughout the body to surround every muscle, joint and organ.
4 Diseases That Have No Symptoms Until It's Too Late
Many people wait to go to their doctor until they have a symptom or just feel ill. While this will catch most medical problems, there are a few diseases for which there are few or no symptoms until the disease becomes severe. For these, a regular visit to your medical clinic for an exam will rule out any sign of them. Here are the four most serious illnesses that you need to be aware of that rarely show symptoms.
Preparing Your Little One For Their First Eye Exam
Most children don't take too kindly to someone poking and prying on them. This is true when it comes to their entire body, but particularly their eyes. The eyes are a sensitive area for anyone, so you can't exactly blame them if they're in protest during their first eye exam. Having your own practice or mock visit at home can help prepare your child. Children often find comfort in things that are familiar.
Could You Be Suffering From Sleep Apnea?
Sleep apnea is a serious sleeping disorder that affects more than an estimated 18 million Americans. There are multiple types of sleep apnea, but all forms essentially lead to poor sleep quality or a lack of restful sleep. Unfortunately, some people have sleep apnea for years and don't even know it. Could you be suffering from sleep apnea without having realized it? Read on to learn about the common symptoms and risk factors.