Managing Allergy Migraines

allergy migraines

Do you suffer from seasonal allergies? Are your symptoms often accompanied by a headache or lingering migraines? Allergy migraines are a common medical condition and are more common in people who have constant allergies. Allergies can cause an allergic migraine, which is a form of migraine headache.…

Managing Congestive Heart Failure With A Healthy Lifestyle

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)

Hearing the term “heart failure” or “congestive heart failure” can be scary but it doesn’t mean that the heart has completely lost all its function. If you have previously experienced heart failure or are a cardiac patient, taking care of yourself and maintaining healthy lifestyle changes will improve your health and quality of life.…

Chemotherapy Symptom Log For Cancer Treatment

Chemotherapy Symptom Log

Do you or someone you know suffer from cancer? Have you had to go through chemotherapy treatment? Felt symptoms develop and wane as the medication takes effect? Do you feel like your life would be easier if you had some way of tracking all these symptoms?…

Stroke Symptom Activity Log

Stroke Symptom Activity Log

Does your family of a history of strokes? Are you worried about your risk level? Has someone in your family experienced a stroke? Are you overwhelmed with keeping track of their medications and nutritional requirements? Having an all-in-one app to help keep track of all these changes would help tremendously.…

Physical Therapy Exercises & Tracker App To Restore Mobility

physical therapy exercises

Physical therapy exercise is a non-invasive therapy that helps you develop, maintain, and restore maximum body movement and physical function. Usually, you might need to go for physical therapy exercises when you suffer from an injury or pain. Physical therapy also helps you to prevent worsening of the injury or future injuries.…

Acute Pain: A Practical Guide to Pain Management

Acute PainEveryone experiences and responds to pain differently. Acute pain is a type of pain that could last from a minute to about three months and sometimes up to six months. For those don’t know, acute pain usually begins suddenly and is caused by something specific such as an injury, surgery or due to a traumatic event.…