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Doctor insights on: Bed Canopy Tent

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Do I need a new bed?

Do I need a new bed?

Maybe: I do not endorse any particular brand. Most conventional bed last about ten years, but your experience may differ. Try to lie on any bed you are considering for awhile. Even a very well made expensive bed may not be comfortable for you. If you can, try to negotiate for exchange if you find that your new bed aggravates your back or neck. ...Read more

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How to last longer in bed?

ED?: perhaps your best option would be a history and physical by your urologist ...Read more

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At what age are bunk beds safe?

At what age are bunk beds safe?

6 years: Bunk beds are a fun and efficient way for children to share a bedroom. Unfortunately, serious injuries have been reported with their use. Use newer beds which meet the cpsc 2000 safety standards. Guard rails should begin close to the bottom of the upper bunk and rise 5 " above the mattress. Safe use includes no jumping, pushing or horseplay on the beds and limiting the top to only one person. ...Read more

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I only itch when in my bed why?

I only itch when in my bed why?

Itch: Obviously something in the bed (sheets, detergents, fabrics) are causing the itch. ...Read more

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Do bed wetters have neuro damage?

Do bed wetters have neuro damage?

Unlikely: Bed wetting has not been known to cause neurological damage. ...Read more

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My child still wets the bed at 12. Why?

My child still wets the bed at 12. Why?

Primary enuresis: It is believed that enuretic children have delayed cortical maturation for voiding control, are deep sleepers, and often have positive family history. Seek a medical attention. Oral DDAVP (desmopressin) and bedwetting alarm are options available. ...Read more

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What beds are made for disabled people?

Hospital beds: Hospital beds may be helpful for disabled people, but there are not specific beds for "disabled people". ...Read more

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What could cause one to urinati in bed?

Age dependent: Children of course do this commonly. In the middle years it can be due to vivid dreams but can also be an effect of ingesting certain drugs and substances of abuse. In older folks it can be caused by prostate issues and weakened muscles of control. At 33 years consider what you did or ingested prior to going to sleep. ...Read more

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Should you let your dog lay in your bed?

Should you let your dog lay in your bed?

PET THERAPY: PET THERAPY is effective for many conditions, anxiety/insomnia/depression. People with pets live longer and tend to be more active. I personally prefer Dogs. The main issue I have seen has been with allergies& asthma. In that case seek a hypoallergenic breed IE SHIH TZU. ...Read more

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Is it possible to suffocate from a family bed?

Is it possible to suffocate from a family bed?

Yes: Babies have died from suffocation of moving sleeping adults in these situations.Tragic but true. ...Read more

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Could it be alright for me to wear a bra to bed?

Could it be alright for me to wear a bra to bed?

That depends on: Some women (especially those with larger breasts or who are pregnant) sleep in a bra for comfort. It is recommended that a bra worn for sleep have a soft cup without under-wire or metal clasps. A shelf or cross-over design is also recommended. Bras worn for sleep are made. Use of improper cup depth can lead to rashes or chafing (due to breast contact against chest wall w trapped sweat). ...Read more

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What must I know when turning a frail person in bed?

What must I know when turning a frail person in bed?

Frail person: Level of discomfort if moved, fragil bones, if any bed sores (pressure ulcers) are present, skin temperature if too cold or too warm, level of alertness & responsiveness, if any contraindications given by his/her doctor re. Mobility. ...Read more

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Why is it important to do bed transfers correctly in the or?

Why is it important to do bed transfers correctly in the or?

Injury to back: You can injure or strain your back if you are not careful. In moving the pateint. ...Read more

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What are bed sores?

What are bed sores?

Unhealthy Tissue: Bed sores or pressure ulcers are tissue lesions caused by poor circulation and pressure to the tissues. ...Read more

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What causes bed sores?

What causes bed sores?

Bed sores: Bed sores are due to pressure injuries to the skin. There are two sides to the equation: the length and type of pressure on the one side; and the vulnerability of the skin on the other (moisture, edema, arterial disease, prior disease, etc.). The types of pressure injuries include friction, shearing, and pressure. ...Read more

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How can I treat bed sores?

How can I treat bed sores?

Bedsores: Bedsores fall into one of four stages based on their severity. The appropriate treatment would depend on the stage of your bedsores. The first step in treating a sore at any stage is relieving the pressure that caused it. See a doctor for evaluation. ...Read more

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How do people get bed sores?

How do people get bed sores?

Friction: They are often caused by friction when people are not moved properly and an area rubs on the bed sheets. ...Read more

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What do bed sores look like?

What do bed sores look like?

ULCERATION SKIN: There is loss of superficial skin in earlier vstages, than there is loss os of soft tissue and in severe cases all the way to the bone.See the images. ...Read more