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Depends: What are your goals: improving conditioning? Losing weight? Redistribution of your body contours? How to do this depends upon the goal and what equipment is available. If you are at a gym, there are usually employees who can help put together a training program. Always work your way up slowly, and work through stiffness but never through pain. Good luck. ...Read more
Meds: I am not sure what you mean to organize your meds for disability, but if you need to arrange them in a way that you would be able to access them in a right order, use a pillbox. If you are applying for disability and need to fill out the list of meds you are taking, you just copy the name of each medication, its strength and directions for use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For over a year I have been unable to clean my apartment or organize anything. Is this some sort of condition?
See below: Check with elder attorney about the loved one's financial activities. The attorney will tell you if you are eligible for medicaid or not. ...Read more
Computer documents: You can make a place on your computer (be sure you have good back up if this is to be your only record) to enter the data so that you can discard the records. Some paper records as such are required by the irs so get some advice from your accountant or tax attorney about which you can store electronically and which you have to keep as paper. ...Read more
Not really: No, it's not normal to have a panic attack -- very uncomfortable too! most people don't like it when others interfere with their personal possessions or space, and tell the other to back off. Having your anxiety set off when this happens could mean you're more intense about it than healthy for you, though. Checking this out with a psychiatrist or psychologist might be helpful to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can I organize all my medical records (including papers) electronically from different providers? Which phr is the best?
Phr: Myphr.Com is a good website for storing personal medical records. Some other insurance companies may also provide similar facility. You can divide into folders example containing for each provider, hospital records, radiology, labs, correspondence, insurance letters etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 3wks newborn cries to eat every 1-1.5 hrs, how can I organize her eating?And hiw can I make her take a pacifier?Can i dip it in sth sugary?
Change pattern: Bf is both nutrition and nurturing.You can train baby to be a snacking nurturer or an efficient feeder. Feed to awaken, never as part of settling to sleep.If you insert body contact to the sleep settling process, baby uses you as a crutch when tired.Feeding to waken assures a strong efficient feed.Play with baby after feeding and put down alone to settle when tired.This brings a 2.5-3 hr feed cycl. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am now pregnant, so must stop avoiding doctors. How can I best organize what i know about my health issues to be understood and taken seriously?
Just tell them : Remember doctors see all kinds of patients with different issues and different personalities day after day and year after year. It is unlikely you can say anything to a doctor that they have not heard many times before. Just be open and honest and together you and the doctor can create a plan to care for you and your baby. ...Read more
Hello, I suffered a mild concussion in November but still seem to be suffering from side affects. In particular I find that my ability to organize or handle multiple tasks at once is sorely lacking from what it was pre-injury. Is there any exercises or
Advice: This is NOT "post-concussional", but sounds akin to a traumatic brain injury affecting predominantly the frontal area of your brain. A neurologist or psychiatrist could evaluate this and guide you. Yes, there are approaches, but figure out what is afflicting you, and successful treatment can be achieved. ...Read more
Inflammation: The cause of bronchiolitis obliterans with organizing pneumonia is unknown, but may be caused by a viral infection which sets off an inflammatory reaction in the small airways and airspaces. It causes cough and shortness of breath. It is diagnosed with lung biopsy. Treatment is generally corticosteroids like Prednisone which may be needed for months. It has been associated with autoimmune diseases. ...Read more
Treat the cause: "boop" is a generic term used by pathologists to describe a pattern of response to lung injury under the microscope. It has literally dozens of causes. But, when no underlying cause (infection trauma, drug reaction, tumor, embolism) is identifiable, steroids can be used to accelerate recovery. In europe, the pathologists call it "cryptogenic organizing pneumonia", a better term in my opinion. ...Read more
Yes: This is a very severe lung disease and is very debilitating and many times ultimately fatal. ...Read more
Variable outcome: Bronchiolitis obliterans organizing pneumonia (boop) is a rare condition in children. Limited data show most get better and some do not. It is an inflammation of the tiny airways of the lungs. Some causes include medications (chemotherapy), bone marrow transplant and other inflammatory diseases. Oral steroids are used for treatment. Your pulmonologist is best able to help with this problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello, I have Aspergers and ADHD. Recently, I have had some trouble organizing thoughts, especially during public speaking. Is there any fix?
I feel depressed because i get a lot of ideas which i want to do but unable to do. I tried scheduling and organizing, didn't work out. Please help.
Organization: Have you considered using an organizer app ? Working with a life coach? Consider working with a professional organizer. If you have problems with focus/ concentration/ following through on many tasks- consider seeing your physician/ psychologist/ psychiatrist for assessment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers