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Extra Wide Tall-Ette Elevated Toilet Seat (with or without Legs)
Stander EZ Adjustable Bed Rail with Padded Pouch
Drive Exercise Peddler
Omron 10 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor
Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm System
Medihoney Manuka Hydrocolloid Wound Fill Paste - 1.5oz Tube
Drive Adjustable Seat Height Rollator
Omron Micro-Air Electronic Nebulizer System NE-U22V1
Stander BedCane and Organizer Pouch
“There’s nothing you can’t cure with a good night’s sleep.” While this saying may not apply to all cases, there’s more than a little truth to it.
Sleep is a vital component in maintaining both physical and mental health. But as beneficial as it can be, under certain circumstances, sleep can create or aggravate existing health complications such as back pain, poor blood circulation, or bedsores. In avoiding the side effects of poor sleep, posture is key. No, this doesn’t mean keeping your back straight and your chin up while lying in bed, but it may mean making some changes to your sleeping position:
Adjusting the way you sleep is one of the best ways to start feeling better during the day. Changing the position you’ve been sleeping in for years can take a bit of time. We are creatures of habit, and it’s difficult to leave behind something that brings us comfort. When you find it difficult training yourself to sleep properly, remember that the benefits far outweigh the cost. In exchange for a few minor adjustments to your sleeping habits, you can reduce your back pain, improve your posture, and wake up with more energy and fewer aches!
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