4 Effective Ways To Minimize Urinary Incontinence After Pregnancy
17 October 2016
If you developed urinary incontinence during pregnancy and still can't get the situation under control now that you have had your baby, there are a few things you can do that should help alleviate the problem. Consider using one or more of the following ideas:
Focus on Weight Loss
If you have a few pounds left to lose after your recent pregnancy, consider making the task a priority. Research shows that losing some weight can significantly reduce the occurrence of urinary leakage.
Add a Personal Spark to Your Electric Wheelchair
28 July 2016
You are one of a kind. Shouldn't your wheelchair be, too? Here are five fun ways to dress up your electric wheelchair so it reflects your personal style.
One quick and simple way to personalize your wheelchair is to find a fabulous fabric for your seat and back cushions.
You can buy cushions already made or have them made especially for you from fabric you choose. This is a great choice because you can have the cushion made to fit your specific chair.
Brides On Wheels: Three Ways To Make Your Wheelchair Wedding Ready
28 July 2016
The thought of going down the aisle can bring mixed emotions for brides in wheelchairs. You've probably been dreaming about your wedding for years, or at least since you became engaged. You want your guests to see your happiness, not focus on your wheelchair. Here are four approaches brides in wheelchairs can take to manage their wheelchairs on that special day.
Dress It Up
As a bride in a wheelchair, you are already unique.
3 Reasons To See The Eye Doctor Regularly
27 July 2016
Many people know how important it is to go to the doctor for a physical often. Preventative care is very important for your body. However, many people fail to realize just how important it is to see the eye doctor regularly. Seeing the eye doctor is vital to your health. Here are some reasons you should be seeing the eye doctor.
1. To Update Prescriptions
If you wear glasses or contacts you need to see the eye doctor often to make sure that you have the prescription.