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“Your immune system helps protect your body from illness and infection, which is why it’s important to remember that there are steps you can take each and every day to support your immune health. This includes getting adequate sleep, practicing good hygiene, managing stress, getting regular exercise and maintaining a healthy diet.” Read more atContinue reading “Good Nutrition Can Help Support Your Immune System”
If you suffer from OSA and use a CPAP, how often are you cleaning your supplies? Cleaning your CPAP supplies help to fend off germs and virus’s that can get you sick even more than once. You should be cleaning your mask, tubing and all supplies regularly and on schedule. Help stay on track; downloadContinue reading “The Importance of Sleep Therapy Supplies”
Loss of bladder and/or bowel control (LOBC) is a sensitive topic for many of us, that’s why Frontier has a team of certified continence coaches here for you! Our experts can help to identify the best products for your needs and then discreetly ship those products directly to you—it’s just that easy. You’ll always beContinue reading “Incontinence happens; we’re here to help.”
For those with breathing difficulty due to chronic illness, Non-Invasive Ventilation can enhance your quality of life. Talking to your doctor, or your loved one’s doctor, is the first step to better breathing.
Established in 1992, the Communication Bill of Rights is the foundation for daily interactions and interventions involving people with disabilities, no matter the severity. At Frontier, we believe that when it comes to being able to communicate, everyone—including those with disabilities—deserves to have a voice.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is caused by an obstruction of the upper airway during sleep, interrupting airflow and reducing blood oxygen levels. The dangers of sleep apnea are very real. Common signs include loud snoring, gasping or choking during sleep. Sufferers stop breathing for 10 seconds or longer, up to hundreds of times per night,Continue reading “OSA Facts & Figures”