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Manage Diabetes with Myofascial Release to Help Keep Pain at Bay

Share For years I worked in various desk jobs and in my spare time, did a lot of sport, such as rugby and long-distance running but because I wasn’t very body aware, I didn’t do any stretching or look after myself. Eventually, I developed awful back pain and a slipped disc. l had surgery, which went well, but the resulting …

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Health and Wellbeing Technology to Prove Your Commitment

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Share Diabetic Health Compass New medical technologies to help manage diabetes are being innovated all the time and these intelligent devices can make the world of a difference in the overall wellness of diabetes patients. Would you like to get fitter and lose a bit of weight. How can technology help? The latest smartwatches are now quite sophisticated, with health monitors that track your activity levels and heart rate …

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Manage Diabetes from a Nurse’s Point of View

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Share When I first qualified as a nurse I worked in coronary care and saw a lot of acute heart problems. Most patients had type 2 diabetes, which encouraged their cardiac problems. I wanted to move more into prevention and health promotion so I did a degree in practice nursing, with a course in Diabetes. I started seeing diabetic patients …

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Tics, Tremors And Twitches – Diabetic Developments

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Share Involuntary movements can be worrying, or simply annoying. Here’s what you need to know… Our bodies have more than 600 named skeletal muscles. These contract individually or in teams to help our bodies move in all directions, perform acts of great strength or fine precision and signal our emotions. These voluntary movements are controlled by the motor cortex in …

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Prevention is Cheaper than Cure – Winter Bugs

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Share Forge an Alliance with Your Diabetes Stop Those Winter Bugs! We can’t avoid them all, but simple remedies can relieve the misery. Most winter bugs are viral, so antibiotics won’t touch them, but knowing how/when to self treat will make us feel better more quickly. Check with a pharmacist first if you take prescribed medication or have medical problems heart, …

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