Tips for Safe Driving
It affects the ability to reason, character, behavior and, therefore, the ability to drive.
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Diabetes and driving
Diabetes does not interfere with driving, although you must remain highly aware of any symptoms you might be experiencing of conditions like hypoglycemia, for example. Follow these recommendations closely.
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Sleep Apnoea/Hypopnoea Syndrome (SAHS) refers to epidodes of interrupted breathing during the night which can lead to tiny breaks in the sleep cycle and consequently daytime drowsiness.
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Fear of driving is known as amaxophobia and, like all phobias, can be treated. Here we give you a few tips.
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We offer some recommendations if you’re in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease and wish to carry on driving.
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Pregnancy symptoms and safe driving
In the first trimester of pregnancy you can experience a range of symptoms such as drowsiness or nausea. You need to bear these in mind for safe driving.
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Traveling when pregnant
Can I travel while I’m pregnant? There’s no reason why not. The safest place to travel is in the seat behind the driver… visit our site for more advice
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Getting to hospital when in labor
What’s the best way of getting to hospital when a woman has started labor? Here we clarify any doubts you might have in this respect.
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