Bed rest is a common practice during pregnancy to alleviate certain pregnancy complications.
They call them the Golden Years for a good reason. Your children are grown, you may have already retired, and your life should be easy and comfortable.
Adjustable beds, power beds, electric beds – it doesn’t matter what you call them – Easy Rest is a company that focuses solely on them.
Educating yourself on the health risks caused by a lack of sleep and the positive benefits of quality sleep should be a priority for managing your health. The following articles will provide you with up to date information on important sleep news, facts and statistics. You’ll also find tips and suggestions on improving the quality and quantity of your sleep in this section. Be sure to check back frequently for updated information from Easy Rest.
You’ve been put on bed rest for a few weeks or months. That doesn’t mean you can’t be productive and prepare yourself for baby’s arrival. Listed below are five things you can do now to make life easier after you give birth.
If you’re one of the 50 million North Americans living with nagging arthritis pain, you shouldn’t be discouraged by news reportsabout treatments that are dangerous or don’t work.
Rapidly growing senior population likely to live longer and be sicker than parents. Planning ahead for future medical issues can be helpful.
Relief from lower back pain can be as simple as starting a regular walking routine a new study suggests. Doctors at Tel Aviv University published their findings in the journal Clinical Rehabilitation.
A new device has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for people who suffer from acid reflux. The product, called the LINX Reflux Management System, uses a small, flexible band of interlinked titanium beads wrapped around magnetic cores.
A recent study found that almost forty percent of adults age 57 and older take at least one prescription drug a day and regularly mix those drugs with over-the-counter medications and supplements. And, according to the American Geriatrics Society, one in three adults over the age of 65 has one or more harmful reactions to a medication every year.