Approximately 7.6 million Americans require some form of at home healthcare services. To qualify for at home healthcare services, patients must require intermittent skilled nursing care, physical therapy, speech-language pathology services or continued occupational therapy. In addition, patients must be certified homebound by a physician. To take full advantage of your at home healthcare services, consider the possibility of getting infusion therapy, particularly if oral medications are no longer effective. This article will explain what infusion therapy is, the diseases that are treated by infusion therapy, and what your at home healthcare provider is responsible for.
Breastfeeding mothers often suffer from sleep deprivation due to a needy infant during the first few months. However, even when the baby sleeps for 12 hours a day, you may not find time to sleep. This may be because you are worried about your new baby, suffering from financial stress, or simply not used to sleeping during the brief periods in which babies sleep. This may lead to stress-induced insomnia, making it even more difficult for you to fall asleep.