Archive for January, 2017

Why a Good Mattress Might be the Best Cure for Insomnia

Written by Nick on . Posted in Double sided mattress, Double sided mattresses, Memory foam mattress

Double sided mattresses

Shakespeare knew what he was talking about when he spoke of the innocent sleep that nourishes life. Our alertness and concentration during our waking hours depend on our comfort during the time that we are asleep. The quality of your sleep matters, which is why a mattress is a big investment. There are many different types of mattresses and the kind you choose depends on your preferences, climate, and much more. Quality is an important consideration. Whether you choose a mattress with a box spring or the best double sided mattress, a high quality mattress will give you comfortable night’s rest.

Sleep disorders and insomnia
Sleep matters. That’s something that people discover when they aren’t getting enough of it. Sleep disorders are rife in the U.S., affecting 50 to 7

The Benefits of an Assisted Living Community for Alzheimer’s Patients

Written by Nick on . Posted in Alzheimer care orland park, Assisted living vs nursing home, Dementia stages

Memory care activities for seniors

Are you conducting research on long term care for Alzheimers patients? You may be interested to know that there are several care options for Alzheimers patients. These include assisted living apartments, assisted living facilities, Alzheimer care homes, and independent living retirement communities. In some cases, Alzheimers patients may need, or choose, to live in nursing homes.

Genworth Financial conducted a recent study where it was found that over half of the participants’ greatest fear was to contract an illness that would require long-term care and result in their being a burden to their families. It is interesting to note that this was of greater concern to them than dying.

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Opiate Abuse Long Term Risks and Effects

Written by Nick on . Posted in Detox, Ibogaine research history, Opiate addiction

Methamphetamine addiction treatment

When you picture opiates, you might think of the poppy plant or perhaps of heroin. While natural opiates like morphine, codeine, and opium continue to persist, man-made opiates like oxycodone, vicodin, methadone, demerol, and fentanyl may be even a bigger problem. Because these substances are often prescribed by well-meaning physicians, the risk of developing an opiate addiction has increased for thousands and thousands of people worldwide.
Opiate addiction is a growing problem throughout the world, but particularly so in the United States. In the U.S. alone, an estimated 2.1 million people suffered from prescription opioid substan

Three Signs That You Need a Home Water System

Written by Nick on . Posted in Industrial water treatment system midland tx, Reverse osmosis drinking water systems, Water filter

Smelly water

If you’ve ever taken a high school science class, you know the molecular makeup of water: H2O. Two hydrogen molecules and one oxygen molecule clump together to give us the liquid gold that make up 70% of our bodies, and that we depend on for life.

However, the “water” that comes out of your tap is far more than H2O. Amongst those glorious hydrogen and oxygen molecules are salts and minerals that naturally occur from the source of your water supply. And you’ll also find a heaping load of chemicals that your water processing plant adds to make the water usable. Yes, the chlorine and other chemicals that are added to your water are better than the harmful bacteria that are in the water otherwise… however, still not something you want floating around in the water you drink, cook with, and bathe yourself w