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There’s no need to sacrifice your personal style if you have a medical condition that necessitates wearing a medical ID. Thanks to N-Style ID, there are many inspiring and beautiful choices of medical ID jewelry, providing you with countless styling options. There is something available for everyone and everything in your wardrobe. Add the perfect finishing touch to your outfit—dressing it up for the office or dressing it down for a casual night on the town—while wearing a personalized medical ID engraved with your important health information.
Check out some of these fabulous beaded styles:
The Abbey beaded medical bracelet is a kiss from the sea represented by abalone and accented with sterling silver Bali beads. This bracelet is the perfect piece to add to a casual, fun outfit.
The Rose beaded medical bracelet is strung on a stretch cord and is one of N-Style ID’s most feminine choices. The centered delicate pink pearl is surrounded by a combination of sterling silver Bali beads and different shapes of pink Swarovski crystals.
These are just a few of our beaded styles. There is a color and style for every outfit. See N-Style ID to see their great selection of versatile and beautiful medical ID jewelry for women.
Take care of your medical ID bracelets as you would your regular jewelry, and remember to remove before showering or any water activities. For everyday wear, we recommend exchanging the beaded bracelet for one of our interchangeable medical bracelets. Beaded bracelets are not recommended for children.
Please note: Charms pictured are sold separately and will come attached to the ID tag.
N-Style ID makes attractive medical ID jewelry & medical alert jewelry for kids, teens, and adults. Since its founding, N-Style ID’s core vision is to make the lives of all those dealing with conditions that require medical ID's less stressful by providing fun and fashionable medical ID jewelry. www.n-styleid.com
Since summer is here and school is out. Your kids will be in the water, hiking, biking, and out enjoying the great summer weather. We thought it appropriate to spotlight our line of medical id jewelry for children and teens that are designed for active lifestyles. The medical ID bracelets from the teen “sports band” line and the children’s “ultra light” line are great for summertime activities.
The teen line of Sports Band medical ID bracelets are the perfect choice for teen sports. The nylon Velcro sport bands are united with a stainless steel Medical ID Tag. The medical ID tags are removable and interchange easily with any of the nylon Velcro sport bands all of which are waterproof.
Another option is the Children's Ultra Light Medical ID Sport Bands, which will fit up to a 7” wrist and attach with a center push plastic buckle. The Ultra Lights are offered in a multitude of webbing designs. All of the Sports Band and Ultra Light medical ID jewelry bracelets are waterproof, secure and adjustable. Continue reading
Many of our customers at N-Style ID have Sickle Cell Anemia. Due to their rare blood disorder they are advised to wear medical id jewelry as well as a medical ID card detailing the key information related to their type of Sickle Cell Disease. As today is World Sickle Cell Day, we thought it appropriate to provide an overview of the Nation’s World Health Organization’s efforts to address the health threat of Sickle Cell Diseases. Continue reading
This April marks the 43rd annual National Autism Awareness Month, which has been kicked off by the World Autism Day every April 2 since 2007.
As we celebrate autism awareness issues this month, its important to understand some key statistics about the state of autism in 2013:
- Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disability with a 1,148% growth rate.
- Every 11 minutes, a child is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
- 1 in 88 children in the United States is on the autism spectrum; 1 in 54 boys.
- 1 percent of the population of children in the U.S. ages 3-17 have an autism spectrum disorder.
- Prevalence is estimated at 1 in 88 births.
- 1.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder.
The Autism Awareness Month kicked off with the World Autism Awareness Day. World Autism Awareness Day is one of only three official health-related United Nations Days with the goal of bringing the world's attention to autism.
Type 2 diabetes is not only the fastest growing disease on the planet, its one of the main illnesses for which N-Style ID designs medical alert and medical ID jewelry. Since January is the month of proactive planning to make positive change in our lives, we focused our first 2013 blog on lifestyle and diet tips for people with Type 2 diabetes.
With concentrated efforts to make practical lifestyle and diet changes, managing and minimizing the symptoms of Type 2 diabetes can be accomplished in anyone’s life. Type 2 diabetes is generally caused by genetics and obesity combined with a sedentary lifestyle and poor eating habits. People that carry excess weight, especially in their midsection, are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes.
Any plan to minimize the symptoms of Type 2 diabetes is always centered on incorporating healthy lifestyle changes into our daily routine. The thing about the recommended changes for diabetics, is that they are virtually the same for people not suffering from diabetes who are looking to improve their overall health. So the good news is that a Type 2 diabetic is not alone in seeking a healthier lifestyle. Diet and exercise goals can be made with your partner or friends.
Here are the core changes needed to improve the overall health and well-being of people with Type 2 diabetes:
Eating Habits and Meal Patterns
- Eat smaller, more frequent meals. Stick to the same meal times each day.
- Managing and tracking the amount of carbohydrates at each meal or snack will keep your blood sugar level steady throughout the day.
- It’s not just the actual food you eat that affects blood sugar levels but how much you eat and when you eat affects blood sugar in the body.
- Omega-3 fish oils can improve glucose tolerance, high triglycerides, and cholesterol levels
- Incorporate high-fiber, low-glycemic-index sources of carbohydrates like whole-grains, fruits, vegetables into your diet.
- Limit intake of saturated and trans fatty acids.
Regular Exercise and Weight Loss
- Exercise promotes cardiovascular fitness and weight loss, lowers high blood pressure, improves lipid profiles and improves blood sugar control. Since excess fat in the body can decrease the number of insulin receptors in the body, weight loss is a critical component to managing diabetes.
Limit Alcohol Intake
- Alcohol is essentially pure sugar so it worsens glucose tolerance. Try to completely refrain from or drastically reduce your alcohol intake
- Stress is very bad for people with diabetes. Unmanaged stress elevates blood sugars. Identify techniques to help lower stress levels such as reading, meditating or yoga.
There are endless online diet and exercise programs for people with Type 2 diabetes to help them achieve their goal of a healthier lifestyle:
Exercise Tips and Programs
And finally, wearing your medical alert /medical ID jewelry is also a core tool in managing Type 2 diabetes. It’s surprising that many adults with Type 2 diabetes don’t where medical alert jewelry. The importance of wearing medical ID jewelry for your overall health can’t be understated. In the event of an emergency, first responders need to know of your condition so they can administer proper care thus potentially saving your life.