3 Ways Security Staff Can Treat Varicose Veins
18 July 2016
Varicose veins are both painful and unsightly, but it can be difficult to avoid them when you're on your feet all day. Standing up for prolonged periods is one of the common causes of varicose veins, and working as a security guard or doorperson often involves a lot of standing. If you've found yourself getting varicose veins that are causing you pain but you can't quit your job or change your career, here are 3 ways to offset the effects of standing up so much.
In-home care for children with a severe disability
15 July 2016
For families who have a child with a disability, in-home care can be a fantastic help. It allows the child to have a consistent environment and a stronger relationship both with their family and their carer. Here are some of the ways that having a carer can help support the family.
Allowing the parents to work
In many cases, it is difficult to integrate a child with a severe disability into a daycare setting.
Nosebleeds In Children - Causes and Solutions
13 July 2016
Nosebleeds in children are pretty common and are not usually serious. Occasionally, recurrent or severe nosebleeds may require treatment by an ENT surgeon to address the underlying cause, and your GP will refer your child if necessary. So, what causes nosebleeds in kids and what should you do if one occurs?
Common causes of nosebleeds in children
Your nose is designed to filter the air that you breathe so that your lungs are provided with humid and warm air, rather than air that is dry and cold.
Preparation For Training: How to Beat Neck Pain
12 July 2016
Muscular pain from weight training can be effectively prevented if proper precaution is taken when warming up. Many people suffer from back and neck pain because of poor form and inadequate mobilisation. Following this simple guide will help you to effectively warm the muscles of the body to increase their elasticity and help you to minimise muscle strains during each set.
Mobilise The Muscle
Mobilisation exercises allow us to limber up the spine so any sudden movements, like suddenly reacting to a heavy weight, are less likely to strain them.