Oro Valley Audiology
2542 E Vistoso Commerce Loop Rd, Tucson, AZ 85755, USA
Tinnitus is the perception of sound or ringing in the ears. A common problem, ringing in the ears impacts about 15 to 20 percent of individuals. Ringing in the ears isn't a condition itself-- it's a symptom of a hidden condition, such as age-related hearing loss, ear injury or a circulatory system disorder. Although annoying, tinnitus usually isn't a sign of something serious.
A new survey commissioned by Mucinex, the number one over-the-counter brand* in America, reveals that more than 158 million Americans (63 percent of the adult population) would try to hide being sick so they wouldn’t have FOMO (fear of missing out) on doing things they wanted to do. However, more than 206 million Americans (82 percent of those surveyed) would agree that when they see people out and about when they are sick, they wish those battling cold and flu symptoms stayed home instead. While this time of year is full of fun autumn activities and outings with family and friends, it’s also the beginning of cold and flu season, and the last thing people want to do is stay at home and battle a swarm of sick symptoms.
Long before it's time for hospice care, many people with serious illness can benefit from palliative care but don’t realize it. Sometimes referred to as “comfort care,” palliative care is a specialized approach to the treatment of patients with a serious or life-threatening illness. Palliative care has helped Deadra Gladden get her life back through symptom management and support from Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice, Marlton, N.J.
In May of 2014 Deadra, age 28, was in the hospital, feeling hopeless and in excruciating pain due to lupus, a disease she has been battling for over half her young life. Deadra's doctors told her family it was time to call hospice. But after consulting with a nurse from Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice, a palliative care team was brought in instead.
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When a serious illness enters a family's life, there are many questions to ask and decisions to make. It is important to answer these questions quickly. The process can seem overwhelming. However, hospice care can be a wonderful resource for information about symptom management and comfort care. Hospice care professionals are available to help assess goals, pain management and care options during the decision-making process.
Are your symptoms minimal or moderate? Are these symptoms just starting to affect your life? If you want to continue treatment but also need comfort and symptom management, palliative care (often called comfort care) maybe an option. Palliative care is patient and family-centered care that optimizes quality of life by anticipating, preventing and treating suffering. Palliative care specialists address the physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of patients and families, making sure they have access to all the information about the disease progression and the choices ahead. A patient can receive palliative care in conjunction with other treatments or therapies.
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Over 35 million Americans who grew up in the free spirited '60s and '70s are finding their sex lives challenged. Whether they are in long term relationships or rediscovering midlife dating, most women over 50 are dealing with vaginal dryness, a common symptom of menopause. Fortunately, baby boomers are finding non-hormonal solutions to help maintain a healthy sex life.
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http://debbiewilliamsassociates.co.uk/ditch_the_dairy.htm Chrones disease and ulcerated colitis. My mother suffered for over 35 plus years with this and had a colostomy bag as well after a spell in hospital in an unrelated illness she was in a coma for 9 days and when she came home through dietary changes she stopped suffering. Debbie changed her diet getting all dairy products out from cheese to pizza to cream cakes and milk . This stopped the pain as you will see in the video her mothers response when given some custard in the hospital how the pain came on very suddenly. Debbie herself steers clear of dairy as it seems to cause her to feel blocked up and other unpleasant side effects. Many people are lactose intolerant without realizing it and suffer low level discomfort from irritable bowel to cramping pains not knowing that dairy products may be causing this.Creating a meal plan for a couple of weeks and then gradually adding in one dairy based food at a time will let you know whether its a problem for you or not. Debbie's mother was able to have the occasional cream cake once a week and her body could handle it but after 6 years of following eating foods that Debbie prepared she started buying lots of junk food and eating out more often with cream cakes everyday the downfall was dramatic and despite Debbie trying to stop her this time as she had a new baby to contend with Olive went downhill fast and was dead within 6 months.There is a saying we are digging our graves with out teeth, the link above takes you to a hypnosis product ditch the dairy if you feel you are addicted to dairy foods and need help to get them out to test if this will help you. Also check out www.notmilkman.com where there are tons and tons of scientific references linking dairy to all sorts of diseases. Also if you would like to have a free hypnosis recording my 'Stop worrying and create a wonderful life will help you. You can get it free from here:http://www.debbiewilliamsassociates.co.uk/. Back to the top:http://www.youtube.com/my_videos_edit?ns=1&video_id=0NU5jAiSWuA
WITH MILLIONS OF AMERICANS SUFFERING FROM COLD AND FLU SYMPTOMS EACH YEAR IT’S A GOOD IDEA TO KEEP YOUR HOUSE STOCKED WITH THE RIGHT DEFENSES. NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED MEDICAL EXPERT AND RN, LINDA CIAMPA, HAS SOME OF THE BEST SYMPTOM FIGHTING TOOLS TO HELP GET YOU AND YOUR FAMILY THROUGH THIS COLD AND FLU SEASON.
Most people know the main of symptoms linked to ADHD; inattention or distractibility; impulsivity; and hyperactivity or restlessness. But did you know that one of the primary secondary characteristics of ADHD is impatience, that is only made worse by the primary symptom of impulsiveness.
Sitting in individuals long toll road lines, waiting for hours to renew your auto registration, or misplacing an essential file can drive even one of the most level headed person to the brink of an anxiety meltdown but for ADHD adults stressful situations have a tendency to spiral out of control. And it is worth pointing out that stress driven depression isn