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Your back saying 'oowww'? New solutions......

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Dr Jeanette Gallagher

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Over the last fifteen years, clients have come to me with sleep, back and neck issues.  While there are many quick fixes, what can you do on a daily basis to help with breathing, muscle tension and nerve strain?  I recently found the WondaWedge for back support.

While I am not about claiming health cures, I am about sharing what I have found to help with daily life issues.  My uncle slept in a chair the entire last two decades of his life because he could not use the CPAP machine.  My kids study on the bed and floor while leaning up against a wall.  In the case of a natural disaster, when you are in a shelter or hotel, you may not have access to your medical bed or other comforts you have at home. 

The WondaWedge and BookWedge are portable, inflatable, and they work.  They provide an incline to hold your body in case of illness or stress and your book or electronics to use or see better.

My guest will be Margie Williams who will be talking to us about the WondaWedge she discovered that was invented by a physiotherapist and the BookWedge that she invented.  Both items provide relief for seniors, chronically ill and disable people. 

Our focus will be on the need for this item which has twenty ways it can help you and the project for giving back to the people in Haiti in their tent hospitals.  They are also affiliated with Direct Relief International and donating to their clients worldwide.

The product link page:  www.wondawedge.com  and www.bookwedge.net.  The discount code through the end of the year:  20% off on Think Pink WondaWedges use PINK at check out;  20% off on BookWedge use DRJSHOW at checkout. 

Anyone can find a use for both items, young and elderly, healthy or ill.  Check it out.

 

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