This May, make your heart a priority. It deserves it after all: it’s hard at work every day, pumping 2,000 gallons of blood throughout the body. At SimpleFill we’re celebrating National Blood Pressure Month with by learning what you can do to keep your heart healthy. Continue reading
Chronic Disease Series: Fibromyalgiablog Medication Assistance
Unyielding pain, sleep loss, feelings of depression—these are just some of the symptoms that fibromyalgia patients live with every day. In this blog, we outline some of the basic details of this enigmatic and painful disorder as part of our Chronic Disease Series. Continue reading
Relax and Recharge for National Stress Management Monthblog News Uncategorized
The stress of having a chronic illness infiltrates all aspects of life. Contrary to popular belief, stress isn’t just an unpleasant emotional state, it affects you right down to the cellular level. As a result, when you’re suffering from unchecked stress, your body isn’t as able to do its best at fighting illness. Continue reading
Chronic Disease Series: ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)blog Medication Assistance
ALS was thrown into the spotlight last year with the massive popularity of the Ice Bucket Challenge. This viral trend was meant to raise awareness, but you might be left wondering just how the disease affects those who suffer from it. Whether you’re currently living with ALS or just looking to learn more about the disease, in this blog, Simplefill outlines some of its basic facts and ways to go about managing symptoms.
Chronic Disease Series: Breast Cancerblog Cancer Assistance
We believe knowledge is power when it comes to health. This month, we’re focusing on the second-most prevalent type of cancer among American women.
Breast Cancer in the United States
If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, you should know that you’re not alone. One in eight women in the United States will develop breast cancer during their lifetime. Although this statistic might seem bleak, it’s important to remember that there are also more than 2.8 million breast cancer survivors in the United States at this time. Modern advances in medicine have led to several options for breast cancer medication and treatment. Continue reading
How to Make Better Food Choices for National Nutrition Monthblog
If you were to feed a plant soda instead of water and place it in darkness in place of sunshine, it wouldn’t be long before it withered away. The same can be said about how we feed ourselves. If we don’t fuel our bodies with healthy food choices, it’s hard to live our best lives. In honor of National Nutrition Month, Simplefill pulled together some ideas that can serve as a guide on how to eat better and, in return, feel better. Continue reading
Chronic Disease Series: Congestive Heart Failureblog
Our heart is always active. It’s pumping blood while we drive to work, while we eat dinner, and when go to sleep. But certain conditions can prevent our heart muscles functioning normally, and this is when congestive heart failure occurs.
4 Ways Good Sleep Habits Influence Your Healthblog
Feeling sluggish during the day? Chances are that your body is trying to tell you something. Getting the doctor recommended amount of sleep each night — that’s seven to eight hours for adults — is essential to your overall health. Simplefill has selected just a few ways that good sleep habits will improve your wellbeing. Continue reading
Chronic Disease Series: Cirrhosis Treatment and Medicationblog
If you’ve ever asked, “What is cirrhosis of the liver?” you aren’t alone. Although 31,000 lives each year are claimed by the degenerative disease, its impact is often unknown. Read on to learn more about this pervasive, chronic disease. Continue reading
Recapping World AIDS Awareness Day: How Can You Raise Awareness in Your Neighborhood?blog HIV Assistance
On December 1, 2014, Simplefill stood with our global community to support World AIDS Day. This event raises awareness about this illness and shows support those who live with HIV every day. The calendar day might be behind us, but it’s as important as ever to provide AIDS information to your community. Here are a few ways that you can accomplish this: Continue reading