Dealing With Opioid Withdrawals

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Physical dependence on any substance can mean pain and discomfort when you choose to finally stop. Opioids can be especially difficult to stay away from, as the chills, aggression, nausea, shaking, and other withdrawal symptoms can interfere with what has become normal functioning for you. If your doctor has agreed that you can remain home during this uncomfortable period, before beginning, place your attention on these withdrawal recommendations. Get Medication for Symptoms…

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How Can You Make Your Mobility Scooter More Comfortable?

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There is no doubt about it, having a mobility scooter instead of a manual wheelchair can change your life if you have mobility disabilities. While these scooters are mostly designed to be comfortable for just about anyone, some people find that staying on the scooter for long periods leaves them feeling uncomfortable. From having aches in your back to a sore butt from sitting in the seat, most of these issues are things that can be mended.…

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3 Pet-Related Tasks To Do Before Your Surgery

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With your surgery date right around the corner, it may feel like you have a million things to cross off of your to-do list; don’t forget to include the four-legged members of your household in your planning. Make sure to add these tasks to your list to ensure you and your pets are as prepared as possible for your procedure. 1. Book a Stay at a Kennel  Most patients know to secure care for their children, but pets are commonly overlooked.…

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