When you are trying to improve your testosterone levels due to aging, illness, lifestyle, or simply just having lower than normal levels, it's important to consider testosterone replacement therapy as an option. The more that you look into this form of therapy, the easier it will be for you to get your levels back how they should be. To this end, follow the points in this article in order to look into testosterone replacement therapy and other things you need to know about maximizing your testosterone levels. [Read More]
What To Expect During & After A Kyphoplasty Procedure
Kyphoplasty is a minimally invasive procedure to repair a vertebral compression fracture. If you've been diagnosed with a vertebral compression fracture and are scheduled for a kyphoplasty, you may be wondering what to expect after the procedure. Here's what you should know. The Procedure In this surgical procedure, the surgeon will insert a balloon into the affected vertebra and expend the balloon until the vertebra achieves the height it should be. [Read More]
Why Respirator Fit Testing Shouldn't Be Skipped In Your Factory
At least once a year, it is important to have respirator fit testing done to ensure that all of your employees wear properly fitting face masks when they are on the job. If you're wondering why this testing is so important, consider these essential reasons why respirator fit testing is not something that should be skipped in your facility. Respirator Fit Might Be a Bigger Problem Than You Think Some people think that respirator fit testing isn't really necessary. [Read More]
Pain Can Reduce Sleep, But Sleep Can Reduce Pain. So How To Sleep When You're In Pain?
It's no secret to doctors and pain patients that pain can make it difficult to sleep. It's also no secret that sleeping well can reduce feelings of overall pain that can occur when you're exhausted. Now, however, researchers have found that sleep helps make you less sensitive to pain. Not in the sense of becoming numb, but just making it easier to not be oversensitive to those twinges and aches. [Read More]