New COVID-19 Guidelines Means You Don't Have To Delay Regular Doctor Visits
27 July 2020
The impact of Covid-19 has affected everyone in a variety of ways. Fear and uncertainty have made patients delay regular doctor visits for routine checkups and other needs.
To help ease fears and keep patients safe, doctors have implemented new guidelines and procedures to ensure a safe visit to a doctor's office. Patients do not have to fear regular office visits when needed.
Doctor's offices are requiring all patients who enter the building to wear masks.
Two Tips for Those Who Need to Start Taking Sleep Medicine for Their Insomnia
23 July 2020
If after discussing your insomnia and the effect it has on your health with your physician, they have recommended that you take some sleep medicine, you should take note of these two tips.
Do not forgo your sleep hygiene routine whilst you're taking sleep medicine
One of the first things that sleep experts recommend people do when they have insomnia is to create a sleep hygiene routine, which makes it as easy as possible for these individuals to fall asleep.
The First Steps Toward Diagnosis And Treatment For Your Child With Autism
20 July 2020
Upon learning that your child has autism, a flurry of questions and concerns arise. How will your child learn to socialize with others, communicate their needs clearly, and master essential living skills? Fortunately, millions of children with autism are learning how to live a normal life with behavioral therapy.
Pediatric physicians have played a key role in the sharp rise in the diagnosis of children with autism. Specialists in childhood conditions can also develop the best course of treatment for your child with autism.
Pain Management Options For Those Who Struggle With Opiate Addiction
17 July 2020
If you have had problems with opiates in the past, then you may be unsure of how to safely manage chronic pain, such as the pain associated with arthritis or Crohn's disease. Many people would take opiates for these conditions, but you can't. Thankfully, there are some safer, non-addictive pain management strategies that you can employ as someone who struggles with opiate addiction. A good way to explore these tactics and see which one will work best for you is to visit a pain management center for treatment.