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Listening to Your Body

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Listening to Your Body

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Sometimes your body can tell you when something's wrong

Your body can tell you when things are going wrong. There are signs the body shows. You have to look carefully to see them. You have to listen to hear them.

Listening to your body can help you stay healthy. It can help you stop pressure ulcers (which is what a doctor or nurse calls pressure sores or bedsores).