Home Doctor Review! – Practical Medicine for Every Household – is a 304-page doctor-written and approved guide on how to manage most health situations when help is not on the way.
Want help cleaning, decorating, or decorating? Let the home doctor do it all. This handy tool, nicknamed “Home Doctor” by our testing team, cleans up spills, offers advice, and even changes the lighting — all with a simple command.
The Home Doctor uses Alexa voice control to interact with users. It includes an intelligent motion sensor, Wi-Fi connectivity, LED lights, and autonomous cleaning.
Our lab experts put the Home Doctor to the test, testing its cleaning abilities, which feature sonic waves and vacuum suction. Our tests showed that the Home Doctor was able to clean a spill of flour, water and coffee grounds on a hard floor. After cleaning, Home Doctor moved out of the way, activated its lights, and resumed its original position.
We also tested the Home Doctor’s lighting capabilities. After turning on the lights, the Home Doctor dimmed its lights to 60%. The Home Doctor then answered “Good evening” and turned off the lights.
The Home Doctor syncs with Alexa voice commands. After saying, “Alexa, ask Home Doctor to turn on the lights,” the lights turned on and Home Doctor dimmed its lights to 50%.
The Home Doctor presents an indispensable guide to patient-centric home remedies. A well-balanced book, it truly does what it says on the tin. . It isn’t a textbook, nor is it a top-to-bottom reference book. It’s written, as the name suggests, for the patient. So, what can you find within the pages of the book? A large proportion of the book covers simple at-home remedies that don’t require you to go off and raid your local pharmacy. These remedies are detailed, well-illustrated, and wonderfully easy to use. The book is divided into 50 ‘concepts’, each containing eight ‘routines’. Just one of the routines from each chapter is featured, which isn’t too surprising as the book aims to cover such a broad range of health topics. So, what is covered?
Home Doctor Review! The common thread between each concept is prevention – not curing per se. There is a routine for taking care of your skin, preventing and curing colds and flu, tackling skin allergies, improving your immune system, and managing stress. You also get added information on taking care of your skin, preventing and curing colds and flu, tackling skin allergies, improving your immunity, and managing stress. Other routines cover increasing energy and vitality, improving your sleep, improving posture, safely exercising at home, improving your memory, and managing stress. Some routines really are awesome. The ‘prevent and cure a cold’ routine is fantastic. It covers everything from the common cold right through to chest infections; from sore throats through to glandular fever.
The ‘antifreeze‘ routine for treating chest infections is excellent, too. It covers how to manage acute pain, recommending pain medications such as ibuprofen, paracetamol, codeine, and aspirin, how administering cough mixtures, and more. A routine for boosting your immune system is fantastic, and it truly deserves its place in the book. It covers how to boost your immune system, what foods to eat, and nutritional supplements to take in different situations. It ends with a handy table of common bacterial, viral and fungal infections, from allergies and eczema to cold and flu to glandular fever. Alongside the useful home remedy routines, the book also looks to provide some medical advice and recommendations.
Home Doctor Review! There is a handy list of medicinal plants with information about their efficacy, indications, and side effects. Where possible, recommendations are made for non-medical practitioners. A useful section covers measuring your height, weight, and blood pressure. There’s also advice on managing common medical complaints, such as vertigo, heartburn, and insomnia. Another useful section covers practical tips for working up the courage to broach the subject of health with your GP. The book achieves what it sets out to do. It doesn’t confine itself to providing a list of home remedies, it also offers medical advice and recommendations. This book is invaluable in home healthcare.
– Extremely comfortable to use
– Extremely affordable compared to other home massage chairs
– Easy to set up and assemble
– Extremely quiet
– Not suitable for large people
– No lumbar support
Summary: This book is a must-have for any household and comes highly recommended.