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One of the biggest problems with staying in hospital especially in England is the fear of catching MRSA. So I have devised a page all about MRSA so that you can plan for your stay in hospital.
Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus is a common type of bacteria which lives on the skin and in the nasal passages of around 30% of the population. Mostly, this is not harmful and does not pose a problem with infection or require a cure. But, like many bacteria Staphylococcus aureus can cause a serious infection problem especially if you are feeling run down, ill, injured or if you had any form of surgery. It enters the body, such as through open wounds, or instruments placed in the body, or by cross-contamination from another patient, nursing staff or specialist. Without proper treatment, this can lead to death or be difficult to cure.
My Name is Carol and I run Simply Health &
Wellness from home and by night I am a night nurse with the UK NHS service.
the profession as " Nurse Carol " and my first love has always been in patient
I have been a Health Care Professional for
almost 47 years, spending many of those years as a Ward Sister and also taking
charge of hospitals. I have worked in over 40 hospitals both as a permanent
member of staff or on an Agency basis wherever my skills have been needed.
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of us know we need to move around much more, but a recent survey by a leading
slimming magazine has found that we spend 15 hours per day sitting down. The
study found that a typical adult spends 5 hours a day sat behind a desk and in
the evening will spend 3 hours each night watching television. Then when you add
to this that the average adult sleeps for 7 hours it soon adds up.
We all know it is hard to find time to exercise but there are
ways to introduce it into even the busiest of lifestyles. Walking up the stairs
instead of taking the lift, parking a little further away from the shops, or
walking for 30 minutes during our lunch break are all free and easy ways to get
any real reason, we often feel better for spending some time outside. But now it
is official: Just five minutes a day of outdoor exercise can dramatically
improve your mental health. Researchers tested 10,000 people of different ages
and levels of mental health, and analysed their reaction to a variety of outdoor
Every person showed improved self esteem after just five minutes. They took part
in a variety of outdoor actitivities including gardening, cycling, walking and
riding. The most positive outcome came from young people and those suffering
So open your door and head out!
is important that we look after ourselves and having regularly check ups is very
Many associate health check ups with those that are over 55,
but even if you are 18 they are just as important. The lifestyle you lead now
could have a bad impact on your later years and why not make a few changes so
that when you are 55 you wont have any problems?
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