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24/Aug/2019

Here in Laredo, the summer seems like one long heat wave. And though staying out of the heat is often our best defense against heat-related illness, it’s not always possible. That’s why Laredo Emergency Room sees many patients every year, especially in summertime, for heat exhaustion, dehydration, and the more serious heat stroke.

Dehydration

Starting with the most common, dehydration affects almost all of us, especially in a heat wave. The saying that “if you’re already thirsty, you’re already dehydrated” is true. Common symptoms of dehydration include a cotton-mouth sensation and thirst – but other symptoms include inability to focus and fatigue.

Many, many people are mildly dehydrated regularly and don’t know it. Watching for symptoms and staying ahead of thirst by regularly drinking water even when you don’t feel thirsty can help. But on the other end of the spectrum, severe dehydration can be serious. When this happens, symptoms range from absence of or darkly colored urine, very dry skin, dizziness, rapid heartbeat and breathing, confusion, sunken eyes, and fainting. In these instances, Laredo Emergency Room can treat dehydration effectively with intravenous (IV) fluids. We can also perform a variety of simple tests to identify whether there is a more significant underlying cause of the dehydration.

Heat Exhaustion

More serious than dehydration alone, heat exhaustion often goes hand in hand with it and comes with many of the same symptoms, including dark-colored urine, dizziness, and fainting. It also adds nausea or diarrhea, heavy sweating, fatigue, headache, clammy skin, and muscle cramps to the list.

Anyone experiencing symptoms of heat exhaustion should immediately seek a cool, breezy, and shady place to rest, rehydrate with water or sports drinks, and use cool compresses to the back of the neck and other parts of the body. If there isn’t improvement within an hour, seek emergency treatment.

Heat Stroke

The most serious of these heat wave ailments, heat stroke is a serious medical condition that sends more than 4,000 people to the ER each year in the United States. Heat stroke can cause death or damage to muscles and internal organs, including the brain. A signature sign of heat stroke is a core body temperature of at least 104 degrees Fahrenheit, combined with symptoms such as nausea, fainting, lack of sweat, red and hot skin, rapid heartbeat, seizures, confusion, disorientation, and even loss of consciousness.

When heat stroke is suspected, seek emergency care at Laredo Emergency Room right away. Until professional care can be given, attempt to lower the affected person’s body temperature by wetting the skin or, if the heat stroke occurred due to rigorous exercise, by applying ice packs.

Prevent Heat

Injury In spite of the summertime heat in Laredo, there are ways to help keep your cool and avoid heat injury, including wearing lightweight, loose-fitting clothes, wearing a wide-brimmed hat, drinking extra water or sports drinks, avoiding caffeine and alcohol, and avoiding outdoor activities in the middle to late afternoon.

The summertime heat and dehydration, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke go hand in hand, so take some simple measures to keep yourself cool when temperatures rise. And if you should find yourself experiencing symptoms of heat-related illness, Laredo Emergency Room is here to help.

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24/Aug/2019

When it comes to your eyes, it’s not so easy to take a breath and consider whether a bit of redness or discomfort is an emergency or not.

So, is it?

The answer may be in a study undertaken by the University of Michigan, which revealed that less than 7% of eye-related emergency room visits were true emergencies. What’s more, nearly one in four eye-related ER visits during the study period were for mild, common, non-emergency conditions like pink eye and puffy eyelids.

At Laredo Emergency Room, we see our fair share of non-emergency eye complaints like pink eye, too, so we want to help our patients avoid unnecessary visits to the emergency room by sharing with you more insight on how to tell whether what’s bothering your eyes is a real emergency.

When to Seek Treatment

We recommend you come to Laredo Emergency Room for emergency eye care for the following eye symptoms:

* Sudden light sensitivity, vision loss, or blurring of vision in one or both eyes, with or without pain

* The sudden appearance of floaters, flashes of light, or the appearance of a dark spot in the vision

* Eyes that suddenly don’t move together or pupils that are dilated/constricted unequally

* An object in your eye that won’t come out after irrigation

* A bulging eye

* Bleeding in or from the eye

* Severe pain, swelling, and redness, with or without other symptoms such as nausea

* Severe headaches, especially with affected vision

* Physical injury, such as penetration, scraping, cuts, or burns to the eye, or chemical injury to the eye

Preventing Eye Emergencies

Because symptoms such as fatigue, muscle aches, and headaches can also indicate health issues that can ultimately affect your vision, Laredo Emergency Room recommends that you have regular visits with a primary care physician to make sure chronic conditions are kept under control or caught and treated early.

Regular visits to an ophthalmologist or optometrist also can help catch problems like glaucoma before it damages your sight. You can also prevent serious eye conditions and injuries by wearing protective eye safety goggles or sport glasses during a variety of activities such as working with tools and heavy equipment, activities like biking, sports that involve flying objects such as tennis, racquetball, or baseball, and hobbies like woodworking. Washing your hands can prevent the spread of germs that cause the common cold and also prevent the spread of eye infections, too.

Eye First Aid

In the instance that you do experience an eye injury, there are steps you can take right away before heading to the emergency room. These include:

* Shielding the eye with something like a cup that won’t put pressure on the eye if it is injured

* Cold compress applied to an eye that has been struck with a blunt object

* Irrigation with water for 20-30 minutes for eyes splashed with chemicals. This can be done by holding your eye open with your fingers while placing your eye under a faucet of running water.

Where to Go for Eye Emergency

We know in the midst of an eye emergency that thinking about where to go adds even more stress to an already stressful situation.

 

If you need emergency eye care, the skilled team at Laredo Emergency Room can provide the treatment you need. For more health tips, follow us on Facebook!

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24/Aug/2019

Group exercise classes are all of the rage these days. On every corner, you see a new cycle studio, Crossfit gym, dance class, or kickboxing gym pop up due to the high demand for these types of workouts. But what is it about these classes that makes them so popular? Why are masses of people flocking to dark studios with loud, pumping music to get their sweat on? Both young and old, fit and working-on-fit alike have found value in working out with others for a multitude of reasons, mainly motivation, encouragement, accountability, and maybe even a little psychological and physiological boost.

Motivational Boost

It’s no secret that the New Year’s resolutions that you made 7 months ago might be waning, which is the perfect reason to give your motivation a jump start by signing up for a group workout class. Participating in classes like this can give you the opportunity to be encouraged by your classmates, as well as your instructors who know how to push you to your limits when they see you fatiguing out or not hitting correct form. You’re also more likely to work harder if you see everyone around you pushing for the same goal. Call it a competitive edge, but this positive, competitive desire to want to keep up with the people who are working hard around you can lead you to push yourself harder than you would when working out by yourself. Working out at a high intensity produces endorphins, endorphins make you happy, happy people stay motivated and stick to their workout routines!

Team Mindset

This might not be a scientifically proven fact, but it seems to us that it would be a lot harder to miss a 6am boot camp when you have a few friends in the group who are relying on you to be there, texting you the night before or the morning of asking if you’re ready for the workout. Accountability to people other than yourself can be encouragement enough to get to that workout you’ve been planning on, and the camaraderie that is built in these classes will keep you coming back. The social aspect of these communities can also be a huge benefit as an excellent place to meet new people who have the same interests and fitness goals as you do.

All in all, if you are feeling the need for a new, renewed feeling of motivation and accountability that comes with a community feel and mindset, these group workouts could be just what you’re looking for. Use Google to find local classes and workouts that fit your schedule, and don’t be afraid to mix it up between different types of classes to keep things feeling new and fresh!

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24/Aug/2019

What comes to mind when you hear the phrase “beat the heat”? Our guess is probably the image of a pool, ocean, or lake with a cold beverage in hand.

Here in Laredo, we are lucky to have various options to choose from when it comes to accessible bodies of water, so we’ve decided to give you a list of our favorite options to choose the way you want to make a splash this summer – but first, let’s go over some safety basics before you hit the waves.

Summer Water Safety

There are a few things you need to consider and be aware of before you head out to your beach vacation or a day at the swimming pool, especially if you have young children. Did you know that drowning is the leading cause of accidental death for children under the age of 5? This scary and all-too-common occurrence can happen to any family very quickly, so it is vitally important to keep a sharp eye on young children at all points in time while around water. An adult should always be within arm’s reach of a child, be sure every child is fitted with a floatation device, check the water first if a child is missing, and know what to do in case an emergency should arise. It’s not pleasant to think about, but seconds count when a child is in danger.

If you are planning on swimming in the ocean, try to swim in designated areas with a lifeguard present. If no lifeguard is on duty, be sure to swim with a buddy so that you can keep track of each other. Be mindful of areas with moving water, strong waves, or rip currents that can quickly pull you under and out to sea. If you do end up caught in a rip current, don’t fight it and stay calm. Swim parallel to the shore until out of the current, then turn to swim back to the shoreline.

Other important water safety tips to keep in mind include always wearing sunscreen, keeping an eye out for bad weather, keep electronics out of the water, and plan for snacks and refreshments if you’re going to be out in the elements for any good portion of the day.

Best Summer Water Spots

You’re packed, ready, super safe, and on your way to hitting the water!

Check out some of the best places here in Texas and around Laredo to jump in and cool off:

  • Lake Casa Blanca – a local favorite, this watering hole is right here in Laredo!
  • South Padre Island – this beautiful south Texas beach is a short road trip away, and an excellent place for the whole family to vacation and relax.
  • Corpus Christi – another great beach-front location, and at 2 and a half hours away, this town is even closer than South Padre.
  • Galveston Island – with beaches, an aquarium, water park, and the new Pleasure Pier amusement park, this island getaway is worth the longer road trip. It’s time to take your pick and hit the road to your next great watery destination, equipped with all of the safety knowledge and sunscreen you need!


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24/Aug/2019

Today is the day: a new Women’s World Cup champion will be crowned, and the world will hold its breath while these last two teams duke it out in the final match. Years of hard work and training on display while we look on in awe at the physicality and talents of these amazing athletes. Have you ever wondered what type of training or workout regimen it takes to perform like a world-class soccer star? Now you have the chance to find out with a few championship-inspired workouts and training tips that will make you feel like you’re ready for FIFA in real life.

Start with Speed

The key to any great soccer player’s performance is speed – you have to be quicker than your opponent if you want to win, and to be fast, you have to train fast. Some great workouts to build speed and agility are:

  • Sprints – start with 4×400 plus recovery. These repetitions will teach your muscles to adapt to fast-twitch motions by building fibers and acclimating to quick accelerations. Run a single lap of the track at 80% speed, followed by a one-minute recovery of walking or jogging. Complete this cycle a total of 4 times. You can also mimic this distance on a treadmill if you don’t have access to a track.
  • Agility ladders – time to get on those tiptoes! Start at the base of the ladder, tiptoeing right and left into each square. Hustle back when you’ve reached the end and repeat once more. Turn sideways and repeat the tiptoe motion for cycles 3 and 4. For the last cycle, start with both feet out of the square and move the tiptoes in-in, out-out going down each square. Complete all cycles 5 times, increasing in speed as you go. If you don’t own an agility ladder, you can make your own out of tape on the ground.

 

Strength and Endurance

Running an average of 6 miles per game takes some serious strength. You also have to be strong in order to prevent injury. Soccer players build strength with a combination of lifting weights, jumping rope, and plyometrics that build and strengthen leg muscles. A key workout for building leg strength is squatting – you should aim for at least 4 rounds of 4-6 reps with a bar and weights equal to your body weight. Box jumps are also great for leg workouts, doing at least 4 rounds of 4-6 reps for these, as well.

Core strength is another important weapon in any soccer star’s arsenal that can be developed into a tool for everyday athletes, as well. A good starting point for building core strength is planking for building core stability. Standard pushups, crunches, and Russian twists will all help you achieve maximum core strength, which will help your body be stronger all around.

You’re now ready to sweat like today’s stars of the game. Get out there, train hard, and one day you could be the star of the World Cup…or maybe just your rec league!

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24/Aug/2019

Does it seem like every person you know is complaining about how their allergies are bothering them? People at work, at school, and at the grocery store are all sounding a little stuffy and their eyes are red and watery. Seasonal allergies are indeed on the rise across the U.S., with almost 8% of adults and 9% of children suffering from them, resulting in over 11 million visits to the doctor’s office annually with allergy complaints. At this point, it might seem like allergy issues are a way of life, but if we can identify what causes allergies, shouldn’t there be ways we can prevent and manage them?

Let’s dive deeper into what we know:

What Causes Allergies?

While studying allergies is less of an exact science than what we would have hoped, scientists have pinned down two things that they know to be factors in why some of us suffer from allergies and others don’t: genetics and the environment in which we live. Common Laredo allergens include tree, grass, and ragweed pollen, which are also among the most common allergens across the country that can cause allergic reactions and irritations. These pollen levels vary significantly throughout the year, which is why the late spring/early summer months can be particularly brutal, but pollen allergies are hardly noticeable in the fall/winter months.

Preventing and Managing Allergies

The easiest way to prevent allergy suffering is to avoid the things that trigger your reactions. Unfortunately, this could mean staying indoors during the most beautiful time of the year when the flowers and trees are blooming. Try to delegate chores like mowing the lawn and weed pulling that can kick up allergens and stay inside during exceptionally dry or windy days. If you want to go outside during days that have higher pollen counts, try counteracting the pollen with over-the-counter remedies. Oral antihistamines can relieve standard allergy symptoms like sneezing, itching, and watery eyes, while decongestants and nasal sprays can help with stuffy noses. It’s also helpful to try and keep the air inside your house as pollen-free as possible by using the air conditioner and investing in a dehumidifier or high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter.

When to See a Doctor

If your seasonal allergies are affecting you to the point where they are interfering with your life and are no longer manageable with over-the-counter medicine, it’s time to see the doctor. Symptoms like runny noses and congestion are typical, but when they progress into full-fledged breathing issues, call your primary care physician or make an appointment to see an allergist who can diagnose you and hopefully provide you with relief. Be sure to provide them with a list of symptoms and any medicine that you’re currently taking. Allergies can be problematic, but thankfully, suffering from them does not have to be a permanent state of affairs. If you’re currently suffering from seasonal pollen allergies, take the steps to improve your symptoms and your life today.

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24/Aug/2019

If you take a look on any social media platform these days, chances are you’ve spotted at least one of your favorite influencers taking part in juicing or going on a juice cleanse. With high-profile actors and Instagram celebrities all jumping on the bandwagon, this craze has been almost everywhere in the digital world. You’ve probably been thinking about trying it out if you’re looking for a way to detox your body or to start a new diet, but we have some benefits and a few potential risks that come along with this trend to consider before you jump head-first into that bright green apple-spinach-celery juice.

Benefits Most juice cleanses typically involve eating/drinking only juice for a range of 3 to 10 days, during which time you can get a good boost of healthy vitamins and minerals that you might not be getting enough of on a regular diet. Juices are often rich in anti-inflammatory agents that have the potential to boost your immune system and give you more energy. Juicing could help you flush toxins from your body, lose weight, and help improve digestion by introducing healthy gut enzymes. However, it’s important for us to take a second here to note that most of these benefits have not been scientifically proven.

Potential Risks Even with all of juice’s possible benefits, there are more than a few potential risks involved with pursuing this method of detox.

– Juice that has not been pasteurized or treated to kill harmful bacteria can make you sick. These bacteria could have a deadly effect on the oldest, youngest, and weakest among us. – Anyone with a kidney disorder could be affected by juice that contains oxalate, an acid that contributes to kidney stones and other issues.

– As juice cleanse diets are based in “detoxing,” this can result in consuming too few calories to sustain a healthy level of blood sugar, causing fatigue, fainting, dehydration, weakness, headaches, and hunger. These effects can be especially dangerous for those of us with diabetes.

– The extreme weight loss that comes with cleanses is not typically lasting and will often result in a “swing” back to your former weight when the cleanse is completed.

If you’re going to try it… Take the necessary steps to protect your body.

Make sure you’re buying your juice from a reputable source and reading the labels.

Plan for a shorter 1-2 day “reset” cleanse, rather than a long cleanse that is going to zap your body of its energy and nutrients.

Supplement your juice with clean protein when you’re feeling hungry.

You can even try “blending,” which is focused on blending fruits and veggies, as opposed to just squeezing the juice out of them.

Blending has been shown to leave a higher number of antioxidants in the final product than fruits that have been juiced.

Most importantly, listen to your body! It will tell you if it’s hungry, needs a break, is not about the juice, or maybe just needs a nap to recharge, reset, and detox.

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24/Aug/2019

This is the year! You’re finally going to achieve full “summer body” status – you’re going to eat right, work out regularly, slim down, and keep the weight off. Does this goal ring a bell? With the month of June knocking on our door, many of us are thinking about summer activities and all of the fun things we want to do when the warmest months of the year are upon us, but the thought of getting in a bathing suit can be intimidating and can lead to crash diets that don’t produce lasting results. The good news is that this CAN be the year you work to get that summer body and keep it that way for fall and winter if you start with aiming for a healthy body, rather than just a skinny one.

Start Small
When trying to implement any major health adjustment or lifestyle change, it’s important to have reasonable expectations – any lasting change to your health doesn’t happen overnight! If you haven’t been working out, start by walking around your neighborhood or joining one of our local Laredo gyms. If you have a regular workout routine, think about changing things up to give your body a fresh jump start. This is also an excellent time to introduce a well-balanced diet so that you’re not counteracting the workouts with food that is not going to nourish your body.

Work Up
Now that you’ve had some time to warm up to working out more regularly, it’s time to up the intensity. Exercises that are high intensity and high-calorie burning can be great for toning and weight loss. Running, interval training, dance cardio, and swimming are all great ways to burn a high number of calories. If you are continuing to eat healthy, intensifying your workouts will help you lose weight and tone up naturally.

Maintain
Hopefully, you have now reached the point of healthy, fit, and ready – ready to put that bathing suit on and hit the pool! They key now is maintaining the new healthy lifestyle that you have worked hard to build. Keep up with your work out and meal plans, take steps to de-stress, and make sure you’re visiting your doctor for your yearly exams. This healthy state of mind can help foster overall wellness and also help prevent disease or illness. It’s also important to keep in mind that anything worth working towards takes time and that nothing worth having will come easily! Taking care of yourself this summer is important. Encourage yourself, stick to the plan, work hard, and don’t sweat it if you want to have a cheat day or take a break from the gym. A healthy body will come in time as long as you keep the goal in mind and are taking steps to get there.

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24/Aug/2019

Did you know that back pain back is one of the most common health issues that Americans of all ages face? Studies show that at least 8 out of 10 people will suffer from it, which means at least 31 million Americans are expected to experience back pain at some point in their life, so the odds are that you have experienced some form of back pain already.

What are the most common causes of back pain?

The most common factor among people who suffer from back pain is sitting too much. This is because a large portion of the back, neck, and various other muscles connected to the body’s distribution of force are all used when working or staying in unnatural positions for extended periods of time, such as sitting or slouching.

A more unknown cause can be linked to your emotional state. Emotional and mental health determines your ability to effectively address stress, which means that depression can have a huge effect on the overall physical health of your body.

Bulging or ruptured disks can be a major cause of back pain. This happens when the disks, the cushions between the bones in your spine, bulge or rupture and press on a nerve in the spine causing severe discomfort.

Arthritis and Osteoarthritis can also affect the lower back. In some extreme cases, having arthritis in the spine can lead to a narrowing of the space around the spinal cord, resulting in a medical condition called spinal stenosis.

Scoliosis, a condition where an individual’s spine curves to the side, can cause discomfort and lifelong back pain.

Other causes for back pain can be attributed to a spinal injury, primarily if pain resides in the lower back. Sudden pain that lasts less than six weeks can be due to a fall or heavy lifting, while back pain that lasts more than three months is considered chronic and should be checked by your doctor. Weight gain can also place a constant strain on your back that often comes along with muscle spasms.

Pain management for any form of back pain can be approached in several ways, some more extreme than others.

Before reaching for pain meds or opting for surgery, there are a few less extreme options to consider:

1.) Shed excess weight. By using a BMI calculator, an individual can type in their information and discover if they are considered a healthy weight for their height.

2.) Wearing flat shoes with cushioned soles are vital for those of us who experience back pain. Having supportive footwear will reduce the stress on the spinal cord and require less effort from your spine when in motion.

3.) Focus on your posture. How you sit, stand, and lie down can have a significant effect on your back. For standing, try to keep your back straight and balance the weight of your body evenly with both feet and legs straight. For sitting, sit upright with support on the small of your back, keeping knees and hips level while your feet are flat on the floor.

4.) If you are continually working on a computer, be sure when using a keyboard to make sure your forearms are horizontal while keeping your elbows at right angles.

5.) Sleeping on a firm mattress is vital for supporting the weight of your shoulders and lower body, allowing your spine to stay straight. Support your head with a pillow while making sure your neck is not forced at an upward angle.

 

Too much sitting is bad for you. Learn how to stand up and stay active, even when you work in an office!  Read Here. 

 

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24/Aug/2019

They say that you’re only young once, and life in your 20’s can certainly seem like there is no other choice but to have as much fun as possible! But now you’re in your 30’s, and making lifestyle adjustments in these next few years can go a long way in repairing the damage that your younger self may have done to your body – staying up late, excessive drinking, maybe even smoking or not staying physically active. These transformative years can help get your health back on track, and we have a few tips and lifestyle changes to help you do it.

The first step to achieving a healthy lifestyle is the mental will to get there. Adults in their late twenties to early thirties experience a lot of unneeded stress, mostly due to professional or personal life issues. While the demanding responsibilities that we face during this time of our lives can be stressful and exhausting, there are small exercises you can do to help make the stressors of life more bearable. A great example is journaling or making a list – putting pen to paper to get your responsibilities and anxiety out of your head can make it easier to prioritize and identify them, and eventually overcome them.

Whether you’ve spent the last few years focused on climbing the corporate ladder or have been too stressed to worry about sleep, now is the time to take back control of your sleep schedule. Did you know that not getting enough sleep can cause hormonal imbalances, which can affect the overall health of your body and can lead to serious health issues later in life? If you find yourself having trouble falling or staying asleep, try keeping your cell phone and computer on do not disturb after a certain hour. The blue light that these devices give off can keep you awake for hours after logging off, and less screen time can also be good for your eyes and mental state.

Regular exercise is an essential step in being healthy at any age. Some good options for getting back into the work out state-of-mind, especially if you’ve been out of the game for a while, is to get up and walk for 30 minutes every morning, sign up for a yoga class, go spinning, or reach out to a personal trainer for weekly workouts until confident enough to exercise on your own. Whatever it is you choose to do, finding something you love will help you stick to a routine!

A great way to make working out a regular habit is to take the ‘cue and reward’ approach. For example, if you want to become a regular runner in the morning, you would first need to start running at the same time every day which creates a cue, and then rewarding yourself with an episode of your favorite show after the run. Doing this repeatedly will create a habit in your day-to-day life, and make it something to look forward too, rather than dread.

Weight management and nutrition goes hand-in-hand with regular workouts – often times, getting on track with one will lead to healthy adjustments for the other. A balanced diet complemented with vitamin supplements can give your body a kick-start for maintaining focus on your weight management and workout routine.

The downside of getting older is that our bodies cannot bounce back like they used to, but with age comes wisdom. With wisdom and some of our tips listed above, you have the complete power to make this stage of your life the best, most healthy one yet!

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