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An electrocardiogram, also known as ECG/EKG, records the electrical signals in the heart. This is a completely painless test that is used to monitor heart health and detect any cardiovascular problems. ECG/EKG is often done in a hospital room, a clinic, or a doctor’s office.
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A pulse oximeter is a small, cup-like device that is attached to a body part, especially the finger. It is mostly used in critical care settings like hospitals and emergency rooms.
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If you are getting the recommended amount of sleep – 7-9 hours every day, you are spending about 1/3 of your life asleep. While this may seem like a lot of time, your body and mind are extremely busy when you are in deep sleep so that you can be healthy, energetic, and productive once you are awake.
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One common misconception of quality sleep is about the number of hours of sleep we get daily. Although it is true that the amount of sleep time is vital, the need for undisrupted sleep is equally significant. It is proven...
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Sleep apnea occurs when the muscles at the back of the throat are too relaxed to facilitate regular breathing. When this happens, the airway will narrow or close when inhaling and this may cause insufficient breathing for at least 10...
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