Blog Posts by Mandy Seay, QuickEasyFit

  • 8 Medicinal Precautions for Older Adults

    With the coming of age, the human body is naturally subjected to the ailments that it brings. When you grow old, you tend to become more fragile to lurking infections and viruses. Not to mention the bone or heart health problems that you may already have.

    Since the body loses its power to sustain immunity along with aging, the American Geriatrics Society Foundation for Health and Aging ardently advises the caution of medication overuse among older adults.

    NSAIDs - Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs or NSAIDs are commonly prescribed for people with complaints of pain in their bodies including inflammation. Strong NSAIDs like piroxicam and indomethacin have been known to cause problems associated with blood pressure, ulcers pertaining to the stomach and heart failure in older adults.

    NSAIDs needn't be prescribed to older adults in the first place and even if they need to be treated by these drugs, ibuprofen and salsalate are much safer choices.

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  • 7 Foods that Fight Cold and Flu

    Contrary to popular belief, chicken soup is not the only food that fights cold. There are many fruits and vegetables that will help cure your cold faster. Here are some nutrient-rich foods that you should turn to when you have a bad cold or flu:

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  • 5 Ways to Declutter and Organize Your Bathroom

    Modern bathroomModern bathroomA bathroom is a very sacred place and is synonymous with the word 'privacy'. It's the first place we go to at the start of our day and the last place we go to before hitting the sack. Therefore, organizing and keeping the bathroom clean can really make our experience inside it, relaxing and peaceful. Here are some simple ways to keep your bathroom tidy and organized.

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    Throw it Out - There are hundreds of items in your bathroom that you can do without. The first step in any organizing process is to get rid of useless items. These may include, expired medication, vitamins, nail polish remover, make up, mascara, never opened bath salt, lipstick, old magazines and newspapers etc. This isn't the time to be nostalgic. Think of it this way, you will have much more space to get new and better products.

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  • 6 Ways to Reduce Expenses in Your Home Office

    There are various reasons why people work from home. There are students who want to earn during the day time and study at night colleges, so they get work experience early, besides there are homemakers who wish to utilize their education through working from home. Similarly, there are people who run their own businesses, so they consider establishing an office in their homes rather than investing to renting out spaces. This helps them save money on rent, electricity, hiring employees and most importantly save travelling time.

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    Here are some ways to save money on your home office:


    1. Keep It Simple
    When you are working from home, you can save a lot of money by keeping it simple. Do not invest in giving it a strict corporate look; instead save on furniture, fixtures and fittings and other items of use. You can also rent furniture at easy installments if you are unable to purchase it in full amount.

    2. Do Not buy

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