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We will need more info to help you. What chair, make, model, how did it start not working, would be good info to include.

Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 11, 2019

When you hear the terms braces for teeth, it's referring to metal brackets (that looks a bit like train tracks) which are fitted onto the teeth in order to slowly and permanently move the teeth into the correct position.

Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 11, 2019

Hey Murielle, I am in the same situation... I have no rotator cuff left,, the ball on my Humerus is worn out...
broke the clavicle..I am in constant pain.. the nerves are always tingling..causing numbness..my middle fingers are permanently "bent".. All my orthopedic surgeon said complete shoulder replacement is my only option. I know this is the worst and MOST painful surgery you can have...6 month to a year for a full recovery..

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Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 11, 2019

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Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 11, 2019

Yes for sure. You need a certain amount of fat in your body to be healthy but you need to stick to 'good fats' such as olive oil, nuts, avocado and grains. These are unsaturated fats and we need this as party of a healthy diet.

Unsaturated fats such as fried foods are not healthy and should be avoided.

Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 10, 2019

Yes, and you can also take Ibuprofen.

Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 10, 2019

That is really a bit slow, average is 72, raising to 90 with age.. You need to see a physician. On a happier note, you could live years longer.

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Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 09, 2019

Yes, you need medication to lower it. The 89 is okay, but a figure of 140 is termed as high and needing treatment.

120/80 is the normal and desirable BP.

Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 08, 2019

Isn't there instructions for you to follow on the case or leaflet?

Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 08, 2019

It sounds crazy...If someone tried it, let me know if you saw any effect. As for me, I use more traditional ways to combat dandruff. First of all, I always try to moisturise the skin of my head. Therefore dandruff will most likely not appear and hair will be stronger. Then, if I need I also buy medical shampoos. But it happens when the situation is bad. You can read the guidelines on https://www.canadapharmacy.com/ when to use those shampoos. And the last point, I take supplements for hair and nails when I feel the deficiency of vitamins.

Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 08, 2019

Not entirely, and not for everyone, based on reviews that I saw.

Amazon reviews and other reviews suggest it does not work for everyone. Also, after stopping its use, it is said in review on Amazon that you will then lose hair. That would mean paying continually to keep hair.



Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 08, 2019

You should know that this product works by increasing the amount of moisture in the skin but it also will shed the skin cells. I've never applied this before, but it seems to me that this product is a little bit aggressive and I don't want to have those side effects I've read about because my skin is too delicate. As for me, I will first try using some anti-dandruff shampoo I read about on https://www.canadapharmacy.com/. But, I'll also appreciate if someone shares their experience using ap ap solution.

Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 08, 2019

Very good question. I have some experience with this having done a number of searches for a family member with depression. I have found that the individual's fit to the style of treatment is more important than an internet review or a national ranking. You should use knowledge of the patient to determine what you look at. First, treatment for PTSD can be different for a patient that has aquired PTSD from a recent trauma and has no other psychological diagnosis, or other nerve/brain related diagnosis. This is different than someone who has experienced longer term trauma and has what is called "chronic PTSD". Other considerations are age, ethnic or religeous preferences, and any issues with communication. For instance someone who has a strong preference for privacy and one-on-one treatment, or someone who feels that they need to be around others with similar illness and circumstances.
The big names in the country include Boston's Massechusettes General, the Menninger Clinic in Houston, Texas, and the Mayo Clinic. These large organizations would have a lot more services available to consider other medical problems along with the PTSD, and may have a particular unit for specific diagnoses. They can be intimidating and seem too clinical for some people. There are a number of places that cater to specific diagnoses in the "mental illness" category. Sierra Tuscon was the gold standard for a long time. New management has changed the original character of the place, and, in my opinion, not for the better. Many of the smaller - and cozier - places are ideal retreat-like environments, but tend to cater more to addiction treatment even though they also treat other disorders. This is not necessarily bad, because most serious psychological issues require similar self discovery and creating a healthier, happier you.
There is also a huge expense differential as well as who might accept your insurance or make payment arrangements. Don't reject the government sponsored programs either. They usually have little or no glitz, and would include people of many different backgrounds, and all with valuable things to share from their own life experience and wisdom.
I recommend you start with deciding what you can afford, then a location. The location can be a very broad area, like the whole state, or more limited, like in your insurance network. Then compare all the programs for the factors above. You probably won't find the "perfect" place, but you do have choices. If you can, have a friend or relative help you with this search. A second pair of eyes can be valuable, and a second opinion, or third and fourth never hurts.

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Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 07, 2019

Ask a relative or trusted friend to help you reach medical clinic or doctor's office.


When to see a doctor

See your doctor if:

home treatment doesn’t help resolve your symptoms

the pain gets any worse over time

the pain happens suddenly without any obvious cause

you can’t walk or move your lower body without intense pain

you experience changes in your menstrual cycle or you miss a period

you see any unusual discharge from your vaginna
You should seek emergency medical help if, along with your groin pain, you experience:

blood in your urinne

pain spreading to your chest, abdomen, or lower back
a fever

nausea or vomiting

Your doctor may use one or more of the following tests to help diagnose the cause:

physical examination, including feeling around the area
X-rays to see transparent images of tissue in the groin
ultrasounds to see real-time images of groin tissues

magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to see 3-D images of the groin area

The bottom line

Left-sided groin pain isn’t always something to worry about. Mild injuries or minor infections can be treated quickly and easily.

But sudden, intense, or chronic pain may indicate an underlying cause that needs medical treatment. See your doctor as soon as possible if your groin pain disrupts your daily life or can’t be treated at home.

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Medically reviewed by Meredith Wallis, MS, CNM, ANP on August 21, 2019 — Written by Tim Jewell

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Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 06, 2019

How to Reset a Health o meter Scale
  1. Place the Health-O-Meter scale on a flat surface. Make sure the scale is indeed level.
  2. Tap the lower left or right corner of the scale three times. After you do this, you'll notice the display shows "---."
  3. Wait a few seconds for the scale to reset and recalibrate.

Health & Beauty | Answered on Oct 05, 2019

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