Can Oxygen Therapy Help Stem The Progression Of Your Pulmonary Disorder?

If you've recently been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or another condition that often leaves you feeling weak from lack of oxygen to your blood, you may be wondering what you can do to help get back to a more active lifestyle. Fortunately, advances in medical technology mean that you can carry a constant supply of oxygen with you without toting around a heavy or inconvenient oxygen tank. Read More 

Making Your Prosthetic Work For You

Artificial limbs can be quite daunting, especially when you first receive yours. It doesn't necessarily feel like a part of you yet, and because it is so foreign, you can wind up starting to resent it in ways that you might not have been prepared for. Here are a few ways to ensure that this doesn't happen to you. Make sure it is fitted correctly This is something that is essential to having your prosthesis feel like a part of you. Read More 

Psoriasis And Tattooing

Contrary to popular belief, people with psoriasis can in fact get tattoos. There are some changes to the normal routine of tattooing, as well as after-care for the tattoo. Read on to find out more! Psoriasis and its effects on tattooing Psoriasis is a skin condition that makes the skin red, itchy, and scaly. There are many types of psoriasis, but all affect the skin and make it difficult to tattoo. Read More 

Baby Steps Towards Relaxation: What Prenatal Massage Can Do For You

When you think of the word "pregnancy", the ideas of comfort and relaxation aren't generally what come to mind. Contrary to that way of thinking, however, is the simple fact that, massage during pregnancy -- called prenatal massage, officially -- can work wonders for both your aching, swelling body and your state of mind. But what exactly is prenatal massage and how exactly can it benefit you? If you're looking into getting a massage during pregnancy but have a few questions before you actually commit to the idea, then here's what you need to know. Read More 

The Relationship Between Sinus Infections And Snoring

If you have a sinus infection, the problem isn't simply that the symptoms are very annoying. Another problem is that your sinus infection might trigger snoring, which can annoy anyone whom you are living with. The sinus infection causes the lining of your nose to become inflamed, interfering with breathing. Also, the infection can irritate your nose and cause it to produce more mucous.   Signs That You Have A Sinus Infection Read More