Spring is a time to celebrate as it marks the end of the dark, cold winter as we move into blue skies and warmer days. With the change of seasons, comes the arrival of allergies. If you are sneezing, you are not alone. Many people are allergic to grass, pollen, grasses and mold. It is essential to make sure that you are equipped with the knowledge to protect yourself against allergies. Our infographic gives you the information you need to know.
What’s the connection between menopause and osteoporosis? Here’s our guide that explains the link on how to live with osteoporosis after menopause.
As we look out for those around us, it’s important that we also take some time to look after ourselves: get some ‘me time’ with these wellbeing habits. Follow self-care activities that can improve your mood positively, help in coping with stress and reduce symptoms of mental health .
Lung diseases such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (or COPD) are debilitating diseases that make it hard to breathe. There are many breathing accessories available on the market to manage the condition and breathe better and maintain quality of life.
While the Covid19 continues to spread, the most important way you can protect yourself is to follow scrupulous hygiene measures. Here are the most important steps you should take to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The curve may be flattened but we need good basic hygienic precautions to keep us safe from coronavirus when we return to work. Let us help you get back to work safely!
How do you live a normal life when you have trouble breathing? This blog will introduce you the different respiratory illnesses and show you how treatments and daily living aids can help you adapt to live a normal life. Have a look through it and start coping with your respiratory disease.
What is Parkinson's Disease? And what causes the disease? Those living with Parkinson's disease face challenges in their daily life caused by symptoms like tremors, stiffness, slowing motion, and unbalance. As the disease progresses, it can turn your daily tasks—such as eating, bathing, working in the kitchen and walking—into daunting chores. Assistive devices can make these tasks easier so you feel more confident.
If you or a loved one are affected by Parkinson’s Disease, you might wonder how this coronavirus can affect you. There is a lot to wrap your head around, both physically and mentally. We want to encourage a positive frame of mind and extend extra mindfulness and compassion with some self-care techniques especially for Parkinson's disease patients.
Coronavirus has turned our world upside down. The measures that have been taken are unprecedented: drastic and at the same time necessary. What will this mean for your Easter plans? In particular, for our loved ones confined at home. We have put together some practical tips to keep our seniors engaged this Easter and get them through those times of social distancing.
The presence of coronavirus is not only a physical threat, but it is also triggering mental health issues like anxiety, in many people. Everyone is currently self-isolating and that, too, can trigger a negative state of mind. Here’s how to stay sane and motivated throughout these challenging times.
Gyms have closed, recreational centres are empty; Shutdown and self-isolation have forced us to change our normal exercise routines. Never has there been a better opportunity to exercise at home. If you’re looking for gym equipment for your home here are some suggestions.
With Parkinson’s Disease, simple everyday tasks such as going to the bathroom can become difficult due to the typical Parkinson’s Disease symptoms. Investing in a multifunctional chair is a useful assistive safety device that will help you in the bathroom to retain your mobility and independence.