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Archive for March, 2022

What Triggers Dizziness After Exercise?

Mar
31

Date: March 31st, 2022

The 5 Possible Causes of Dizziness After Exercise

Workout sessions use up plenty of energy and can leave you feeling worn out. However, it’s not okay to suffer dizziness after physical exercises. Though this symptom doesn’t indicate anything serious, some cases can be alarming. Dizziness post-exercise is often caused by poor breathing, fatigue, or dehydration.

However, other times it may be triggered by pre-existing factors such as pregnancy, low blood sugar, low pressure, dehydration, etc.?

For instance, during the first 15 minutes of vigorous activity, the body sources energy from the glucose present in the blood and muscles. As soon as the body uses up your blood sugar, it sources glucose from other reserves. Therefore, the absence of glucose can cause energy deficiencies and trigger dizziness.

Keep on reading to discover the reasons for lightheadedness post-workout and the best practices to prevent it.

Teaching Oral Health in Kids: Tips & Tools

Mar
27

Date: March 27th, 2022

How to Train Oral Health in Kids
Mouth care is an important part of daily hygiene in both adults and kids. Training your kid about dental hygiene in their early years gets them accustomed to good mouth care habits like brushing their teeth regularly.

However, lessons training oral health in kids are only effective if you teach the right thing at the right time. For instance, while your five-year daughter can’t understand the complexity of their dental formula, she’ll surely benefit from a practical “how to brush your teeth” session.

This article will seek to find ways in which children between the ages of five to seven can be taught to keep their teeth healthy. We will also discuss the different training strategies to find the most successful methods to coach your kids.

Causes of Fainting, Remedies, and Tips to Prevent It

Mar
22

Date: March 22nd, 2022

Understanding the Causes of Fainting
Fainting occurs when one loses consciousness for a short time due to insufficient or lack of oxygen in their brain. It is a widespread issue, responsible for 3% of ER visits and 6% of hospitalizations. Though some causes of fainting are medical-related, fainting occurs even to the most healthy individuals.

Syncope is the medical word for fainting, however, it is more frequently referred to as “blacking out” or “passing out.” Fainting lasts a few seconds but may extend to minutes.

A victim may experience dizziness and drowsiness (presyncope) before going unconscious (syncope). Victims recover in a matter of minutes, soon after first aid for fainting. If they do not have an underlying medical problem, they may not require medical attention.

Fainting is seldom a reason for alarm, but it might be a sign of a significant medical condition. If you have no fainting history and have gone into syncope more than once in the last month, consult your physician.

What’s Your Workplace’s COVID-19 Vaccination Status?

Mar
18

Date: March 18th, 2022

How to Track & Improve Your Workplace’s COVID-19 Vaccination Status
The COVID-19 jab has been around for a pretty long time yet adoption rates remain low in some workplaces. Now, as the airborne disease eases into a recovery period, medics consider vaccines the next level of defense. For employers, the big question is; what is your workplace’s Covid-19 vaccination status?

Just like any other gathering, workplaces remain high-risk zones and employers must continue keeping a safe working environment.

So, as you run your daily activities, it’s also important to address the vaccine issue. And some common questions include:

9 Lifestyle Habits to Boost Your Immunity

Mar
13

Date: March 13th, 2022

Natural Ways to Boost Your Immune System
Immunity is the natural capacity of the body to fight off disease-causing microbes like viruses, bacteria, and any foreign substance present in the body.

The immune system is essential for human survival because it keeps the body healthy by fighting off disease-causing pathogens, including airborne and bloodborne pathogens.

It comprises many cells, body organs, and tissues that spread all over the body and are on the lookout for any invaders.

A compromised immunity usually means trouble. So how can you boost your immune system?

Choosing the Best Model for Your CPR Training Course

Mar
07

Date: March 7th, 2022

Tips to Choose the Best CPR Models
During CPR training, learners must practice some skills on a human-like model or manikin/womanikin. Examples of such training include; opening the airways and performing chest compressions.

When teaching such sessions, it is advisable to adopt the best CPR models instead of practicing on humans. It is not okay to train resuscitation techniques on a conscious person because:

  • It causes nausea, and
  • In the worst cases, it can lead to broken ribs.

Learning how to administer chest pushes on a conscious individual can also prove hectic because the person must endure several pushes until the student (s) masters the art.

First Aid for Water Emergencies: Tips to Rescue a Drowning Victim

Mar
03

Date: March 3rd, 2022

Accidental Drowning the Pros of Learning First aid Treatment
Drowning happens when a person submerges underwater (or any other liquid)—is not able to hold their breath—and water rushes into the respiratory system, causing impairments.

Drowning happens slowly and silently so bystanders may not notice a victim in need of help.

The World Health Organization refers to drowning as what happens when a person is immersed or submerged in a liquid. If the person drowns and first aid treatment is NOT issued immediately, the result can be severe injuries to the respiratory system or loss of life.

As stated above, drowning can occur silently and the victim may not be able to call for help. Often, the victim tries to keep their head above water, breath, and maybe talk simultaneously, which makes speaking almost impossible.

In the struggle, water can reach the vocal cords and make it difficult to shout for help. If no help is issued, most of the time, the body is found floating on water.