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Entry: Back Pain Therapy - Walking

I didn't have access to physical therapy when I herniated two lower discs. My doctor said the best therapy was walking so I started right away. It made a huge difference. It brings circulation to the damaged area and I found it builds core muscles in a safe, symmetrical way. When I initially h...
  October 30, 2019 Helpful: 2 Unhelpful: 0 Rating: 5/5 User: simeona Keywords: Back Pain, Herniated Disc, Walking, Physical Therapy

Entry: Get Up From Desk Every 30 Minutes to Reduce Back Pain

I have a desk job. My doctor recommended I get up every 30 minutes and walk around. I first tried setting an alarm but that didn't work. I'd turn it off and keep working. Someone suggested drinking a lot of water, tea, or coffee. This works. It forces me to get up and walk to the restroom every 30-6...
  March 19, 2020 Helpful: 1 Unhelpful: 0 Rating: 5/5 User: j-doe Keywords: Back Pain, Work

Entry: Working with SIBO

Going into a workplace with SIBO is a challenge:  - I chose a profession that lends itself to working from home (WFH). Software engineering can be performed alone except for meetings. I try to negotiate as many WFH days as possible. I found that some employers/managers are more open than othe...
  November 6, 2019 Helpful: 0 Unhelpful: 0 Rating: 3/5 User: rilian Keywords: Work, SIBO, IBS

Blog: USA: Getting Health Insurance and Alternatives if You Don't Have It

The primary sources of health insurance in the United States are:   Employer   Many employers in the U.S. offer health insurance to their employees. Most employers pay a percentage of employee premiums (usually between 15% - 80%) and negotiate better premium rates by buying in bulk. About half of Americans get health insurance through their employers. It's usually the most affordable option. Affordable Care Act (ACA) / Obamacar...
  March 6, 2021 Helpful: 0 Unhelpful: 0 User: mod-chronic Keywords: Health Insurance, Healthcare, USA