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May 12, 2022 If you have aches and pains throughout your body and nothing has been helpful in relieving the pain, it might be beneficial to turn toward hydrotherapy. Whether you’re experiencing fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) or another form of body pain, low-impact exercise might be helpful. Learn more about the history and definition of […]
What is Poor Leg Circulation? Causes of Poor Circulation Symptoms of Poor Circulation Treatments for Poor Leg Circulation The circulatory system delivers blood, oxygen, and nutrients to all cells in the body. When blood flow in your body is reduced, you may start to experience the symptoms of poor circulation in your legs and feet. […]
March 18, 2022 Do you ever wonder why you lay in bed wide awake, when your body knows that it should be getting at least 7 hours of restful sleep? Well it turns out, that there are several elements that can hinder your precious shut-eye, and here are some tips to help you cope […]
Written by Lee-Anne Creery for American Standard Walk-in Tubs Canada Ah, sunshine finally! One of the most important things you can do is to get outdoors and enjoy the beautiful weather. But while you are taking a deep breath of fresh air and getting some much-needed Vitamin D, you’ll also need to practice proper […]
This year on Valentine’s Day, we’re dedicating this post to improving heart health. The best way to stay healthy is having a smart lifestyle — especially as we get older! Here are a few fun activities you can engage on Hearts Day to make sure you’re keeping your lifestyle healthy, today and every day. Fun Activities to […]
According to Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI), data shown on Injury and Trauma Quick Stats, stated that in 2020, half of all injury-related hospitalizations were by Canadian seniors, who fell at home. Preventable falls are the #1 reason for injury-related deaths, hospitalizations and emergency room visits by older adults, and as our population […]