Month: September 2015

SIMON’S Swimwell Earplugs for Swimming

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If you spend a lot of time in the water, waterproof earplugs can help you avoid the discomfort of water trapped in your ear canal or, worse, “swimmer’s ear” — an infection that’s often caused by water lingering in your ears. SIMON’S SWIMWELL EARPLUGS are constructed of Silicone and designed for Soft, super Comfortable, Water proof protection .Simon’s Swimwell Earplugs helps to prevent ‘ Swimmer ear “ (Ear infections) and sinusitis.

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SIMON’S Studywell Earplugs for Studying

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SIMON’S Studywell Earplugs are comfortable, noise reducing, reading earplugs great for helping block out loud neighbours, barking dogs and other noise that disrupts reading, meditation and studying.

SIMON’S Studywell Earplugs are specially designed for students who want to focus on their reading and studying.

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SIMON’S Sleepwell Earplugs For Sleeping

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If you are tired of not being able to sleep because it is too noisy outside or if someone is snoring, you may want to invest in SIMON’S Sleepwell earplugs. If you want to get a quality rest, it is imperative that you find the SIMON’S Sleepwell earplugs for sleeping.

SIMON’S Sleepwell Earplugs are great for sleeping, resting and relaxing.

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Company : Greenwell Healthcare

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Low Oxygen Levels

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In order to function properly, your body needs a certain amount of oxygen circulating in your bloodstream at all times. When the level of oxygen in the blood drops, hypoxemia, or low blood oxygen levels occur. Hypoxemia can lead to hypoxia, or low oxygen in the tissues. Ongoing hypoxemia in COPD can lead to pulmonary hypertension (high blood pressure in the lungs) and secondary polycythemia (an overproduction of red blood cells) amongst other complications.

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Benefits of POWERbreathe

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POWERbreathe is ideal for people who, because of illness or advancing age, are restricted by shortness of breath. People with a respiratory condition such as asthma (including exercise-induced), COPD, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis (also suitable for children aged 10+ under adult supervision) can use POWERbreathe.

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About CPAP

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The most popular treatment for sleep apnea is Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) therapy, and this is applied through devices called CPAP masks. These machines provide continuous air pressure to the nostrils in order to avoid what are called apneas — interruptions in sleep that cause a person to stop breathing.CPAP(Continuous positive airway pressure) machines use mild air pressure to open up the airway in your throat, which makes breathing much easier for the body. CPAP masks are worn at night. CPAP machines are easy to use, safe, and highly effective in treating sleep apnea. Patients notice an immediate difference in the quality of their sleep after using CPAP machines.

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What is an Oxygen Concentrator ?

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An oxygen concentrator is a device which concentrates the oxygen from a gas supply (typically ambient air) to supply an oxygen enriched gas mixture. Oxygen concentrators typically use pressure swing adsorption technology and are used very widely for oxygen provision in healthcare applications, especially where liquid or pressurised oxygen is too dangerous or inconvenient, such as in homes. Number of companies have produced portable oxygen concentrators. Typically, these devices produce one to five litres per minute of oxygen .

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About POWERbreathe

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POWERbreathe is an Inspiratory Muscle Trainer, exercising and strengthening the muscles we use to breathe. Inspiratory Muscle Training (IMT) is scientifically proven to benefit patients with respiratory illness and healthy people, including athletes at all levels of competition, including Olympians.

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Proper Breathing – POWERbreathe Can Help

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Your primary breathing muscle is your diaphragm; a dome shaped thin sheet of muscle separating your rib cage from your abdomen. If you do already have a good breathing technique it can often go awry when you start exercising as you demand more air and your breathing increases to compensate. This is when your breathing technique can change from good diaphragmatic breathing to reverse breathing i.e. pulling in your tummy as you breathe in and letting your tummy go as you breathe out. Because your diaphragm is a muscle, you can train it like any other muscle to become stronger and helping you retain that good diaphragmatic breathing even when pushed to your limit. POWERbreathe targets your inspiratory muscles – not only your diaphragm but also your intercostal muscles, the tiny muscles in between your ribs, which are recruited during a slightly forced respiration.

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What is Sleep Apnea ?

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Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition. Sleep apnea causes a number of health problems such as stroke, heart disease, high blood pressure, and other serious issues. If left untreated, sleep apnea can increase a person’s chance of getting heart disease by as much as 300%! Seeking treatment for sleep apnea should be a top priority for any diagnosed with the disorder, or if you suspect you may have it. Outside of these terrible health effects, sleep apnea severely disrupts your sleep. On an average night, a person with sleep apnea can suffer up to 60 pauses in breathing every hour. This puts a considerable strain on the body: the heart, the circulatory system, the lungs, the brain — really, everything. What’s even worse — if left untreated, the complications that arise from sleep apnea can lead to death.

If you have been diagnosed with Sleep Apnea and are looking for information about the condition or equipment.

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Company : Greenwell Healthcare

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