<![CDATA[Couture Health Care.org - Couture Health Care Articles]]>Sun, 25 Feb 2018 10:57:14 -0800Weebly<![CDATA[Protein Options on a Budget]]>Sun, 25 Feb 2018 08:00:00 GMThttp://couturehealthcare.org/couture-health-care-articles/protein-options-on-a-budgetProtein Options on a Budget

It is hard to eat a lot of protein when there is a very strict budget. Budgets under 50 dollars for long terms of time. Just what can you afford to eat?

Options are eggs, peanut butter, and different types of beans.

Eggs are great for low calories and protein. Busy families may benefit from hard boiled eggs, shelled, and stored for on the go events the next day. One average size egg is 90 calories and has 6 grams of protein. Note that liquid protein drinks have 15 grams of protein. So an egg has a lot of protein in it.

Free and organic options for supplementing food budgets would be collecting nuts from trees and fishing in local water ways. Do note restrictions do apply in some states.

Stocking up on can meats, such as tuna, during sales will help keep pantries with more choices. Do not let stocking a pantry up on a limited budget intimidated you. Focus on keeping an extra can or two to start and build up to a full pantry from there. Use extra savings to buy an extra can or item.

Very limited budgets may invest in soup beans with small ham cuts added for flavoring. This may supply many meals for a small family or help meet budget ends in a large family or one or two meals.

One favorite of many parents is the peanut butter spoon.  A good size spoon dipped into peanut butter is approximately 200 calories. This can also keep hunger at bay, increase protein in the body, all while keeping the noise down in the house. Do sit while eating a peanut butter spoon to avoid injury. 

Author: Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the Founder and CEO of Couture Health Care www.couturehealthcare.org.  

Dr. Goins’ health articles are feature a mix of holistic health, wealth, and spiritual news, reviews, and information for health professionals and the public. 

Dr. Goins is the author of the newly released book Do You Know Lisa? Where do you go to get your health care questions answered? Volume 4 -2017
Do You Know Lisa? Collection of Questions, Answers, Tips. Volume 3. -2016. 
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 2,-2015 
CEO Business Objectives: Health, Wealth, and Success-2014
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 1- 2014
Co-author of Dwarven Tavern Story Hooks: Quick Start Story Ideas -2014. 

​Dr. Goins sees clients at Couture Health Care, Hamilton, Ohio, USA and can be found on Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Couture Health Care.org, and YouTube Channel.
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<![CDATA[How hard is it to find a collaborating physician to sign a collaborating agreement?]]>Sat, 24 Feb 2018 21:44:43 GMThttp://couturehealthcare.org/couture-health-care-articles/how-hard-is-it-to-find-a-collaborating-physician-to-sign-a-collaborating-agreementHow hard is it to find a collaborating physician to sign a collaborating agreement?

First a collaborating agreement is much like calling a friend on “Who wants to be a Millionaire?”  It is a contract that allows a Nurse Practitioner to call a Physician and ask questions when they might need to.

Now in Ohio, it is in the law that a Nurse Practitioner needs to have a collaborating Physician but it does not say that the Physician has to sign.  

Nurse Practitioners are under the Ohio Board of Nursing. The Ohio Board of Nursing needs to be notified of who this physician is but does not need a copy of the contract. The copy of the contract is kept at the work site.

Physicians are under the Ohio Board of Medicine. Nurse Practitioners are not required to report this to their board and they are not governed by this board.

No other professional group has permission to oversee another professional group in this manner.

The Ohio Association of Advance Practice Nurses (OAAPN) offers the sample contract for purchase for $40 bucks.

Physicians who sign contracts with hospitals and networks are required to sign for in house Nurse Practitioners. This prevents them from signing agreements outside of the network or for competing networks.

The law request that the same disciplines sign and collaborate. This means a Primary would sign with a Primary, Pediatrics with Pediatrics, and so forth. This also translates to McDondal signing for Wendy to stay open. Skyline Chili for Gold Star Chili. Kroger signs for Meijer.  Your competition would have to sign so you could work.

Do Physicians sign for free? No. Physicians request compensation for their signature. This information is in either the Physician’s contract and it will state a percentage of income, profit, shares of revenue generated by the Nurse Practitioner or it will be in the Nurse Practitioner’s contract.

Did you know that extortion define is

“The practice of obtaining something, especially money, through force or threats”
 
This means that paying for a collaborating agreement is extortion because Nurse Practitioners have to have it in place to work and Nurse Practitioners who own their own companies have to pay or offer compensation to Physicians to meet the law’s requirements.
 
So instead of asking how hard is it to get a collaborating physician, ask if it is even legal to compensation one to meet the requirements of the law?
 
 

Author: Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the Founder and CEO of Couture Health Care www.couturehealthcare.org.  

Dr. Goins’ health articles are feature a mix of holistic health, wealth, and spiritual news, reviews, and information for health professionals and the public. 

Dr. Goins is the author of the newly released book Do You Know Lisa? Where do you go to get your health care questions answered? Volume 4 -2017
Do You Know Lisa? Collection of Questions, Answers, Tips. Volume 3. -2016. 
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 2,-2015 
CEO Business Objectives: Health, Wealth, and Success-2014
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 1- 2014
Co-author of Dwarven Tavern Story Hooks: Quick Start Story Ideas -2014. 

​Dr. Goins sees clients at Couture Health Care, Hamilton, Ohio, USA and can be found on Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Couture Health Care.org, and YouTube Channel.
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<![CDATA[Liquid Diet Prep]]>Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:00:00 GMThttp://couturehealthcare.org/couture-health-care-articles/liquid-diet-prepLiquid Diet Prep

Does this make my liver look fat?  Gastric surgery prep includes two to three weeks of approved liquid protein mixtures with vitamins and high contents of protein. Many stores have several shelves of choices to fit your needs. The mixtures range from calories, protein, vitamins, and diabetic formulas.

The liquid prep ranges from one drink one hour after awaking up for the day, followed by one bottle mixture every three hours. The total drank per day is 5-6 bottles. The calories are typically under 1000 calories. Water intake needs to be 64 ounces in addition to mixtures per day.

Weight loss varies due to amount of calories ingested verse prior diet calorie count. To lose one to two pound a week, the calories need to be 250-500 less per day.

The goal of the diet include, shrinking the liver for access for the surgeon to remove the gastric area.

In addition to this goal, it helps prepare the patient for future smaller portions and a new way of eating to meet calorie intake. This is due to the gastric area will be smaller and will hold less food. Eating every several hours will become the new norm for the patient.

In supportive of a gastric patient going through liquid prep, three of us volunteered to do the diet with them. Here are the results.
Gastric patient, did not do well day one. Dehydration of not enough water ingested. They did manage to get on track by day four, after clear liquids, and then moved back to liquid prep. The mixtures tried before the diet were not as appealing during the diet. Changing up the types of mixtures made a difference. Patient was able to continue diet for surgery without incident. Note calorie count was 800-1000.

Support person one, did well on the mixtures up to day 5 and began feeling ill. Symptoms were fever, chills, and nausea. This was a result of long term liquid diet. Introduction of a regular meal was not tolerated very well. Fasting for 12 hours and a second meal did decrease the symptoms. Implementing orange juice and increasing water helped. Support person two continued with a mixture of one solid meal and liquid food mixtures for other meals without incident. Note the calories of solid food were under calorie count of 1200 calories.

Support person two, did well on the mixtures up to day 5. No ill feelings but began introducing regular food back into the diet. Tolerated well. By day 7 of mixtures was doing well. No calories counted.

Supportive person three, did well on mixtures up to day 6 before feeling ill. Symptoms were fever, chills, and nausea. Two solid food meals were ingested but switching to orange juice, instead of water, improved outcomes. By day 8, supportive person three had reverted back to all solid meals and previous diet. Note solid food calories were under calorie count of 1200.

Outcomes for weight loss after one week of liquid diet.
Gastric patient lost 9 pounds.
Supportive person one lost 4 pounds.
Supportive person two saw no change in weight.
Supportive person three lost 6 pounds.

Did returning to solid food, continue the weight loss or was there weight gained for the supportive persons on week two?

Supportive person one kept off the weight and lost an additional pound.
Supportive person two saw no change.
Supportive person three saw two pounds gained.

End results for the supportive persons proved the vitamin/protein enriched mixtures were helpful in causing alertness and did keep gastric contents satisfied for several hours.  It did cause confusing on what to do with time set aside for lunch to eat.  It showed how embedded our culture of food is in our lives and how we work around picking food to go with our day. Finding non-food activities were difficult as priorities had changed. The normal “where do you want to go for lunch?” and “what do you want for supper?” no longer existed. The food choice was easy and left more time for other things to do.  Time for meal prep, eating, and clean up was no longer needed. At one point it was clear, a full kitchen would not be necessary. The stove, microwave, and dishes were unnecessary. Trash was minimal. Only a refrigerator was needed and it was only if you wished your liquid mixture to be chilled before drinking.

The nutritional changes for adding in more protein with the liquid mixtures varied as well. The protein amounts were 20-30% with liquid mixtures and when solids were added in, the large liquid carbohydrates offset became a challenge to keep the protein percentage high. Different liquid mixtures drank to get the same total calorie totals, would also vary in protein percentages verses a strict one type liquid mixture drank for the entire day.  The calorie counts would become a balancing act due to each liquid mixture had different calorie counts. The other odd factor was not all liquid mixtures had the same ounces. This proved to be good if one was hungry or bad if not feeling well.

It is recommended that a continuous diet of liquid protein drinks be under the supervision of a medical provider to prevent dehydration and monitor body chemistry to prevent adverse results. Supplementing the daily diet with a protein drink for a meal, with correct nutrition and caloric intake, would provide some beneficial results with increased vitamins and protein in the diet.  

Author: Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the Founder and CEO of Couture Health Care www.couturehealthcare.org.  

Dr. Goins’ health articles are feature a mix of holistic health, wealth, and spiritual news, reviews, and information for health professionals and the public. 

Dr. Goins is the author of the newly released book Do You Know Lisa? Where do you go to get your health care questions answered? Volume 4 -2017
Do You Know Lisa? Collection of Questions, Answers, Tips. Volume 3. -2016. 
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 2,-2015 
CEO Business Objectives: Health, Wealth, and Success-2014
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 1- 2014
Co-author of Dwarven Tavern Story Hooks: Quick Start Story Ideas -2014. 

​Dr. Goins sees clients at Couture Health Care, Hamilton, Ohio, USA and can be found on Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Couture Health Care.org, and YouTube Channel.
 
 
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<![CDATA[Minimal and Cheap Clothes while Dieting.]]>Mon, 05 Feb 2018 08:00:00 GMThttp://couturehealthcare.org/couture-health-care-articles/minimal-and-cheap-clothes-while-dietingMinimal and Cheap Clothes while Dieting.

How can you save money and lose weight too?  Staying with minimal needs. You are about to downsize your entire life and this will include your wardrobe as well. 
Day one of diet should include day one in the closet too.

First divide your clothes up in into winter and summer. If you live in a four season state or a state where four season can be in one day, go with the extreme winter or summer outfits focus. Otherwise you might get rid of something you will need to wear later.  Like hours later depending on the weather.

Next, hanging clothes in a closet, turn all those hangers backwards. This means if turned around, it has been worn from here on in. (I have done this and it works great with large families. You can keep track of things they are not wearing very easy this way.)

Now is the purge time. Get rid of anything outdated, torn, ripped, stained, and so forth. A good time to take those old concert tees and recycle into blankets to keep the memories.

Sizes. If you have more than one size, get rid of those out of the mix. Focus on the size you are wearing and that is the size you are going to work from now.

Next step. Lost weight. New size. Remove all the old size from the closet. Only add in 3-7 shirts, pants, or dresses into the mix. You are going to repeat this step over and over. Don’t buy anything flashy or memorable. You will be getting rid of it in a few weeks when you become a new size. Do not get attached to these clothes. Think of them as audition clothes for your new you.

When you get down to your goal weight, then remove everything left in your closet that wasn’t worn. Now is the time to build on your size you are in. You should have 3-7 shirts and pants at this time. Only add in a few nice items to jazz up your wardrobe. Keep your minimal thinking. You will save money and time by remaining with minimal thinking.  

Author: Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the Founder and CEO of Couture Health Care www.couturehealthcare.org.  

Dr. Goins’ health articles are feature a mix of holistic health, wealth, and spiritual news, reviews, and information for health professionals and the public. 

Dr. Goins is the author of the newly released book Do You Know Lisa? Where do you go to get your health care questions answered? Volume 4 -2017
Do You Know Lisa? Collection of Questions, Answers, Tips. Volume 3. -2016. 
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 2,-2015 
CEO Business Objectives: Health, Wealth, and Success-2014
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 1- 2014
Co-author of Dwarven Tavern Story Hooks: Quick Start Story Ideas -2014. 

​Dr. Goins sees clients at Couture Health Care, Hamilton, Ohio, USA and can be found on Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Couture Health Care.org, and YouTube Channel.
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<![CDATA[Losing Weight Fashion Club]]>Fri, 02 Feb 2018 08:00:00 GMThttp://couturehealthcare.org/couture-health-care-articles/losing-weight-fashion-clubLosing Weight Fashion Club

There are advantages to knowing folks who are losing weight. They don’t need their clothes anymore and they want to get rid of the things they can’t wear.  Just put the word out that you have clothes in a particular size you do not want. Let them know that you are losing weight and the clothes are free to a good home.

Get a group of folks who are all losing weight and the clothes can be passed around in a group, saving everyone from having to buy new clothes to wear while losing weight. Recycling clothes is good for the environment and pocketbook!

Perhaps start a local fashion closet at your gym, workout site, or place of work. Hang up the clean, unwanted clothes and let them find a new owner. When the owner doesn’t want or can’t wear them, wash and return. Gently used clothes can get a long life this way and it is easier for folks to know that a particular item fits without having to hike half way across the store to find a changing room to try something on.

Another twist is start a group online in social media that others would benefit in saving money and helping free up space in closets for other items to wear. Win-win! 

Author: Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the Founder and CEO of Couture Health Care www.couturehealthcare.org.  

Dr. Goins’ health articles are feature a mix of holistic health, wealth, and spiritual news, reviews, and information for health professionals and the public. 

Dr. Goins is the author of the newly released book Do You Know Lisa? Where do you go to get your health care questions answered? Volume 4 -2017
Do You Know Lisa? Collection of Questions, Answers, Tips. Volume 3. -2016. 
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 2,-2015 
CEO Business Objectives: Health, Wealth, and Success-2014
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 1- 2014
Co-author of Dwarven Tavern Story Hooks: Quick Start Story Ideas -2014. 

​Dr. Goins sees clients at Couture Health Care, Hamilton, Ohio, USA and can be found on Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Couture Health Care.org, and YouTube Channel.
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<![CDATA[Minimal and losing weight]]>Thu, 01 Feb 2018 08:00:00 GMThttp://couturehealthcare.org/couture-health-care-articles/minimal-and-losing-weightMinimal and losing weight

Losing a lot of weight is a challenge but trying to keep clothing for the ever changing person is an even bigger challenge.

Going minimalistic is the best way to save time, money, and effort.

Odds are, that as a big person, your wardrobe is very minimal as it is.  This is really great! You have already limited your number of shirts and pants. So keep it this way while you are losing weight. No major wardrobe just yet.

Why? Because, based on the average standard sizes in American apparel, sizes can change by 20 pound differences.

You have 50-100 pounds to lose?  Then you are going to go through a lot of sizes. This means a lot of clothes as well.  I recommend picking one fashion designer/clothing manufacture that style and fit make you happy. Stay with this manufacture as you lose weight. Note here, there are some clothing designers that do not design for certain bodies or weight classifications. Don’t let this hurt your feelings. Let it hurt their pocketbook instead.

Example:
3x-4x shirt size and 24 pants size.  This is your starting size. Buy no more in this size.
2x shirt size and 22 pants. From here on, only purchase 3-7 of each size. Why? Three items is enough for a small laundry load and 7 is enough for an entire week to wear before doing laundry.

Shirts: 4x, 3x, 2x, 1x, L, M, S, XS. (8 sizes x 3 shirts each size =24 shirts)
Pants: 24, 22, 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10, 8, 4, 6, 2, 0. (13 sizes x 3 pairs of pants =29 pairs of pants)

You can see that you would own a lot of clothes if you purchase for each size. What you can do is hold out as long as you can before you have to purchase the size that fits you. A person losing 50 pounds can go through several sizes very easy. Save your money for the final shopping spree. 

Author: Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the Founder and CEO of Couture Health Care www.couturehealthcare.org.  

Dr. Goins’ health articles are feature a mix of holistic health, wealth, and spiritual news, reviews, and information for health professionals and the public. 

Dr. Goins is the author of the newly released book Do You Know Lisa? Where do you go to get your health care questions answered? Volume 4 -2017
Do You Know Lisa? Collection of Questions, Answers, Tips. Volume 3. -2016. 
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 2,-2015 
CEO Business Objectives: Health, Wealth, and Success-2014
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 1- 2014
Co-author of Dwarven Tavern Story Hooks: Quick Start Story Ideas -2014. 

​Dr. Goins sees clients at Couture Health Care, Hamilton, Ohio, USA and can be found on Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Couture Health Care.org, and YouTube Channel.
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<![CDATA[Downsizing into Minimal Lifestyle]]>Wed, 31 Jan 2018 08:00:00 GMThttp://couturehealthcare.org/couture-health-care-articles/downsizing-into-minimal-lifestyleDownsizing into Minimal Lifestyle

There comes a time in everyone’s life where they just want more time to do things. Less time on things to maintain and fuss over. Time becomes more important that having to take care of things. 

Where do you start with downsizing it all after years of accumulating it to start with? You start with you. What is your focus now? Where to do you want to be? What do you want to do? What is your new goals?

This is where you start and you start small. Start with a box, a drawer, a closet, a corner of a room. Then move forward from there. It doesn’t have to be all in one day. It can be over weeks or months. This is the new you and you are growing into a new way of life. Not everything is internet speed. We need to grow into who we wish we want the new us to be.

What to do with the excess? It can be thrown away, recycled, sold, or given away.  Many find that their excess might even set up a small nest egg or be money to be used for a trip they had been wishing they could afford. Perhaps the quality isn’t that great but someone else could recycle it into something fabulous or rehoming it could make another just as happy?  Then there is just the mindset, quit messing with it and toss it out in the trash. If you think someone could use it, set it next to the trash can. It may be something someone was looking for or the trash service will just take it with everything else. 

Author: Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the Founder and CEO of Couture Health Care www.couturehealthcare.org.  

Dr. Goins’ health articles are feature a mix of holistic health, wealth, and spiritual news, reviews, and information for health professionals and the public. 

Dr. Goins is the author of the newly released book Do You Know Lisa? Where do you go to get your health care questions answered? Volume 4 -2017
Do You Know Lisa? Collection of Questions, Answers, Tips. Volume 3. -2016. 
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 2,-2015 
CEO Business Objectives: Health, Wealth, and Success-2014
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 1- 2014
Co-author of Dwarven Tavern Story Hooks: Quick Start Story Ideas -2014. 

​Dr. Goins sees clients at Couture Health Care, Hamilton, Ohio, USA and can be found on Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Couture Health Care.org, and YouTube Channel.
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<![CDATA[Minimalistic Saves Time]]>Tue, 30 Jan 2018 08:00:00 GMThttp://couturehealthcare.org/couture-health-care-articles/minimalistic-saves-time​Minimalistic Saves Time

What would you do if you only had two weeks of clothes to choose from?  Would you run and hide or would you be relieved that you knew just what you were going to wear each day for two weeks? Would you be happy that your laundry day would be once a week and maybe two loads of laundry? How much time and money would you save?
What could you do with the extra time not spent picking out clothes? Sleep a little more in the morning? Perhaps get to spend some extra time on your hobby instead of folding or hanging up clothes on the weekend?

The biggest thing is, would anyone even notice your limited wardrobe? Okay, they might notice your flashy disco shirt but would they notice the same plain tee shirt paired with shorts, pants, or a jacket?

What if your job requires just black pants every day? Do you really need 72 pairs of them?

Just for fun, see if minimalistic would work for you. Pick out 7 outfits to wear over a month’s time. Each outfit will be worn 4 days out of the month. See if it saves you time, money, and effort for one month.

Author: Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the Founder and CEO of Couture Health Care www.couturehealthcare.org.  

Dr. Goins’ health articles are feature a mix of holistic health, wealth, and spiritual news, reviews, and information for health professionals and the public. 

Dr. Goins is the author of the newly released book Do You Know Lisa? Where do you go to get your health care questions answered? Volume 4 -2017
Do You Know Lisa? Collection of Questions, Answers, Tips. Volume 3. -2016. 
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 2,-2015 
CEO Business Objectives: Health, Wealth, and Success-2014
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 1- 2014
Co-author of Dwarven Tavern Story Hooks: Quick Start Story Ideas -2014. 

​Dr. Goins sees clients at Couture Health Care, Hamilton, Ohio, USA and can be found on Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Couture Health Care.org, and YouTube Channel. 
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<![CDATA[What is this Elderberry?]]>Mon, 29 Jan 2018 08:00:00 GMThttp://couturehealthcare.org/couture-health-care-articles/what-is-this-elderberryWhat is this Elderberry?
Couture Health Care is hearing a lot of folks taking elderberry and others wanting to know if this is safe.
** As always be careful with giving children under age of 2 years any types of cough syrup and natural honey for children under 1 year of age.
What makes Elderberry awesome? It contains 87% Vitamin C in one cup. Vitamin C is water soluble vitamin, meaning it does not build up in the body and would need to be replaced daily.
Vitamin C has been known to help with prevention and shorten colds and flu. 


Author: Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the Founder and CEO of Couture Health Care www.couturehealthcare.org.  

Dr. Goins’ health articles are feature a mix of holistic health, wealth, and spiritual news, reviews, and information for health professionals and the public. 

Dr. Goins is the author of the newly released book Do You Know Lisa? Where do you go to get your health care questions answered? Volume 4 -2017
Do You Know Lisa? Collection of Questions, Answers, Tips. Volume 3. -2016. 
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 2,-2015 
CEO Business Objectives: Health, Wealth, and Success-2014
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 1- 2014
Co-author of Dwarven Tavern Story Hooks: Quick Start Story Ideas -2014. 

​Dr. Goins sees clients at Couture Health Care, Hamilton, Ohio, USA and can be found on Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Couture Health Care.org, and YouTube Channel.

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<![CDATA[Stroke Symptoms and 9-1-1]]>Tue, 23 Jan 2018 08:00:00 GMThttp://couturehealthcare.org/couture-health-care-articles/stroke-symptoms-and-9-1-1​Stroke Symptoms and 9-1-1

Heart disease includes strokes in women. When to call 9-1-1?


American Heart Association, Go Red For Women, 2018 recommendations with sudden pain.


Sudden changes that start:
  • Weakness and/or numbness in face, arm, leg, or one side of the body.
  • Trouble seeing in the eyes.
  • Trouble with balance, dizziness, or walking.
  • Headache with unknown cause.



Author: Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT is the Founder and CEO of Couture Health Care 
www.couturehealthcare.org.  

Dr. Goins’ health articles are feature a mix of holistic health, wealth, and spiritual news, reviews, and information for health professionals and the public. 

Dr. Goins is the author of the newly released book Do You Know Lisa? Where do you go to get your health care questions answered? Volume 4 -2017
Do You Know Lisa? Collection of Questions, Answers, Tips. Volume 3. -2016. 
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 2,-2015 
CEO Business Objectives: Health, Wealth, and Success-2014
Do You Know Lisa? Vol 1- 2014
Co-author of Dwarven Tavern Story Hooks: Quick Start Story Ideas -2014. 

​Dr. Goins sees clients at Couture Health Care, Hamilton, Ohio, USA and can be found on Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Couture Health Care.org, and YouTube Channel.

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