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With this device, you can also get more information about the effectiveness of your respiratory interventions, such as ventilators and oxygen therapy. In addition, some doctors recommend their patients to use this device, especially patients who have heart or respiratory conditions.

If you are interested in buying one, you can opt for one even if you do not have health conditions. In fact, some companies market these devices to parents with small babies. This gives them peace of mind that their baby is in good health. However, if you use these devices, make sure you do not rely solely on this device. The subjective experience is still important.

To summarize, if you have trouble breathing, dizziness or a heart condition, we suggest you use a pulse oximeter in addition to getting medical attention. Hopefully, this device will make your life easier and you can live your life to the fullest

There are millions of workers in the world currently working on the night shift. I have worked the night shift for the last decade and I continue to do it, but it was not until recently that I seriously considered the health risks that it entailed. We all have our own reasons for working at night, whether it is a better salary or having to work for companies that require you to work rotation / cemetery shifts, and so on. Whatever our reasons may be, I think we should all be aware of the long-term effects it has on our mind and body. After looking for a series of articles and studies by researchers, here are some of the findings that I want to share with you.

Physical health risks: researchers have linked long-term night work with increased risk of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks or heart disease, diabetes in which people who work shifts of 16 hours had a 50% higher incidence compared to day shift workers, metabolic syndrome such as unhealthy cholesterol levels, obesity, severe gastrointestinal problems, fertility and pregnancy problems in women, insomnia, etc. In 2007, the World Health Organization came to claim that night shifts were a likely cause of cancer.

Mental health risks: Some researchers have found that people who work at night are more likely to experience mood disorders and suffer from symptoms of depression. The work of the night shift comes with social isolation since their jobs separate them from their friends or relatives. When we work

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