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Treatment > Self Care

  1. Asthma Action Plan
  2. Asthma Action Plan for Your Child
  3. Asthma: Using an Inhaler and Spacer
  4. Avoiding COPD Triggers
  5. Avoiding Triggers for Sudden Heart Failure
  6. Back Pain Needs Time, Activity, and Medicine
  7. Back Pain: Getting In and Out of Bed
  8. Back Pain: Have a Maintenance Plan
  9. Back Pain: Self-Massage With a Tennis Ball
  10. Blister Care
  11. Care for a Skin Wound
  12. Care for Minor Burns
  13. Caring for Your Urinary Catheter
  14. Checking Peak Flow
  15. COPD: Clearing Your Lungs
  16. Dealing With Asthma Triggers
  17. Depression: Rating Your Mood
  18. Depression: Social Support and Recovery
  19. Depression: Using Your Inner Strengths
  20. Diabetes and Wound Care
  21. Diabetes: Daily Foot Care
  22. Diabetes: Finger-Stick Test
  23. Diabetes: Planning for a Healthy Pregnancy
  24. Diabetes: Stay in Your Target Range
  25. Diabetes: Testing Your Blood Sugar
  26. Epilepsy: Tips for Keeping Your Child Safe
  27. Gestational Diabetes: Eating Well
  28. Getting Up Safely After a Fall
  29. Headaches: Avoiding Triggers
  30. Headaches: Keeping a Diary
  31. Heart Disease and Depression
  32. Heart Disease: Women Are at Risk Too
  33. Heart Disease: Your Risk for Heart Attack
  34. Heart Failure: Being Active
  35. Heart Failure: Checking Your Weight Daily
  36. Heart Failure: Limiting Fluids
  37. Heart Failure: Limiting Sodium
  38. Heart Failure: Self-Care
  39. Heart Failure: Small Steps to Self-Care
  40. Heart Failure: Track Your Symptoms
  41. Heart Failure: When to Call for Help
  42. Heart-Healthy Diet
  43. Heat or Ice for Low Back Pain
  44. Helping Your Child Deal With Asthma
  45. High Blood Pressure: The DASH Diet
  46. High Cholesterol: Healthy Eating for Your Heart
  47. Home Treatment for Herniated Disc Pain
  48. Hot and Cold Therapy for Arthritis
  1. How Others Manage Diabetes
  2. How to Drain Blood From Under a Nail
  3. How to Prevent a Second Heart Attack
  4. How to Put on Compression Stockings
  5. How to Stop a Nosebleed
  6. How to Use an Incentive Spirometer
  7. How to Wear a Sling
  8. How to Wrap a Sprained Ankle
  9. How Your Body Reacts to Stress
  10. Insulin: Giving an Injection in the Arm Using a Syringe
  11. Insulin: Giving an Injection in the Belly
  12. Insulin: How to Prepare a Mixed Dose
  13. Insulin: How to Prepare a Single Dose
  14. Know Your Cholesterol Numbers
  15. Lack of Sleep
  16. Lifestyle Changes to Lower Blood Pressure
  17. Lifestyle Changes to Raise HDL
  18. Long-Acting Bronchodilators for Your Child
  19. Low Back Pain: Keeping It From Coming Back
  20. Low-Dose Aspirin for Heart Disease
  21. Managing a Croup Attack
  22. Managing Morning Sickness
  23. Pelvic Exercises for Urinary Incontinence
  24. Poison Ivy, Oak, or Sumac: What to Do First
  25. Pregnancy: Dealing With Back Pain
  26. Pregnancy: Eating the Right Foods
  27. Pregnancy: How to Exercise Safely
  28. Pregnancy: Your First Weeks
  29. Preventing Heart Disease
  30. Preventing Heart Disease in Women: First Steps
  31. Relaxation Exercise: Deep Breathing
  32. Relaxation Exercise: Guided Imagery
  33. RICE: Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation
  34. Sleep Importance
  35. Sleeping Better
  36. Stories From People Controlling Their Asthma
  37. Stress Management: Progressive Muscle Relaxation
  38. Stress Management: Relaxing Your Muscles
  39. Stress Management: Roll Breathing
  40. Stroke: What's Your Risk?
  41. Taking Blood Pressure at Home
  42. Taking Care of a Cast or Splint
  43. Taking Care of Pinkeye at Home
  44. Taking Care of Stitches
  45. Using Oxygen: Tips for Cannula and Skin Care
  46. Vertigo: Head Movements That Help
  47. Vision Problems: Aids to Help You Cope

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