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Luigi Franciosi
Luigi Franciosi is a Pharmaceutical Consultant based out of Coquitlam, British Columbia
https://franciosiconsulting.com/
Dr. Luigi Franciosi on Living with Lyme Disease: What is it and how can be treated/managed?As travel becomes easier and more affordable, it is important for patients to keep in mind that certain areas are more prone to certain diseases, as is the case with Lyme disease. As the most common tick related illness, patients are advised to always keep an eye out for tick bites, or ticks still attached to the skin, as undetected and untreated infections can lead to serious complications. Lyme disease is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi that is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected ticks. In most of North America, the tick is the Ixodes scapularis, the deer tick, and attachment to human skin for great than 36 hours can lead to infection. Initial signs and symptoms include a classic “bullseye” (erythema migrans) rash in the area of the tick bite, as well as vague flu-like symptoms including but not limited to fever, fatigue, body aches/headache, and respiratory concerns. A major concern of Lyme disease is Lyme carditis, which is inflammation of heart tissue, and can lead to palpitations, dizziness, or chest pain. Early detection and treatment of Lyme disease is important as it can help prevent progression to complications of disseminated disease. The mainstay of treatment is antibiotic use, with doxycycline being the most commonly used in patients 8 years and above, and amoxicillin in those below 8, and pregnant women. Preventative measures such as the use of DEET, soaking clothes in permethrin, and use of long sleeved clothing is suggested, as well as checking for attached ticks and/or bites when out in areas known to have ticks. To get more info, please read the source material of this video: https://medium.com/@luigifranciosi/living-with-lyme-disease-luigi-franciosi-explains-what-it-is-and-how-it-can-be-treated-managed-178b43f8f126 For more information about this and Dr. Luigi Franciosi, please visit any of the following links: www.franciosiconsulting.com www.facebook.com/Luigi-Franciosi-101111588060828 www.twitter.com/luifran7 www.linkedin.com/in/lui-franciosi-phd-b553ba www.crunchbase.com/person/luigi-franciosi www.medium.com/@luigifranciosi
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Dr. Luigi Franciosi Explains The Difficulties of Running Your Own BusinessIn many ways, it is easier now than ever before to become an entrepreneur. When you have an idea for a business, you can add it to an investment platform like AngelList or Kickstarter to market it to a larger demographic to generate funding, interest, and even to hire staff. The truth is, however, that running your own business still presents many challenges. For most business owners, understanding and crunching the numbers is not the most exciting thing about running a business. The leading problem that entrepreneurs have is getting the funding that they need to launch or grow their business. Newer businesses have a more difficult time securing funding than existing businesses. Nevertheless, startups can take advantage of SBA loans or unsecured personal loans. Some businesses seek help from investors. Too many entrepreneurs make the mistake of assuming the wants and needs of their customers. It is not enough to have a great product – your business needs to address a pain point in the lives of your customers. Some business owners make the mistake of growing their business by increasing their workload. The key is to make ongoing investments into your business that allow you to do more with less. These investments include adding critical software/technology, hiring capable staff members, and finding ways to lower operating costs. Despite the risks and difficulties of running your own business, it can also be highly rewarding. It can be fulfilling to work for yourself and run your own empire. It is important to remember; however, that just like with anything else, it’s not for everyone. To get more info, please read the source material of this video: https://medium.com/@luigifranciosi/luigi-franciosi-shares-4-difficulties-of-running-your-own-business-3dd8c35bf2c0 For more information about this and Dr. Luigi Franciosi, please visit any of the following links: www.franciosiconsulting.com www.facebook.com/Luigi-Franciosi-101111588060828 www.twitter.com/luifran7 www.linkedin.com/in/lui-franciosi-phd-b553ba www.crunchbase.com/person/luigi-franciosi www.medium.com/@luigifranciosi
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Dr. Luigi Franciosi Speaks About Different Ways You Can Manage Chronic PainIn our modern age of technology and growing older, we have become very stagnant with our lifestyle. This can in certain cases be part of the reason why we deal with chronic pain issues. Regardless of the source, Dr. Luigi Franciosi of Franciosi Consulting has experience with pain management and has spoken to many experts on the subject. In this video he has put together some information to share with you. Here are some ways to manage your chronic pain: - Alcohol, caffeine, and nicotine can all intensify chronic pain. - Exercise is important in maintaining overall health and it doesn't need to be overly strenuous - Long walks, stairs, or yoga will release neurotransmitters (such as dopamine and endorphins) to push good feelings throughout the body - Meditation and guided imagery allow the body to process stress and lower blood pressure - For those whose pain and health issues stem from deep stress, these kinds of exercises in time will help eliminate the stress and allow the body to heal. - Getting biofeedback can also be beneficial. This includes: regulated breathing, heart rate variability, and neurofeedback. - Those that master these techniques have a greater ability to control their stresses and manage pain. For more information about this and Dr. Luigi Franciosi, please visit any of the following links: www.franciosiconsulting.com www.facebook.com/Luigi-Franciosi-101111588060828 www.twitter.com/luifran7 www.linkedin.com/in/lui-franciosi-phd-b553ba www.crunchbase.com/person/luigi-franciosi www.medium.com/@luigifranciosi
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