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Taking Care Of Cognitive Health In Seniors

As we age, our brain changes. These changes in our brain affect our thinking and memory even in healthy older adults. But there’s a chance that we can slow down the brain aging process by doing simple things. Let’s talk about cognitive health in seniors in this blog. What Is Cognitive Health The definition of cognitive health is our ability…

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Role Of Home Healthcare In Multiple Sclerosis

Handling varied signs of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and maximizing independence are practical goals that may demand some adjustments to your everyday habit and surroundings. Some adjustments may have things such as changing your residence to enhance accessibility and getting individuals to assist you to handle some of the chores that you are no longer comfortable with you or your loved…

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Diabetic Foot Self-Care For Seniors

Diabetes impacts considerable numbers of seniors and it is a serious condition. As our general population continues to age, the number of adults 65 years or older affected by diabetes is also growing. According to studies, there is an estimated 33% of adults aged 65 or older have diabetes.  This age population is more at risk of acquiring diabetes-related complications…

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Advantages of Home Healthcare

Advantages of Home Healthcare Did you know that 90% of adults the age of 65 and above would prefer to stay in their current home as they age? Most old-aged individuals would prefer to remain in their homes for as long as possible. Let’s be honest, no individual who is recovering from injuries or has acute or chronic health conditions…

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Mental Health Problems Of Seniors And How To Tackle Them

According to World Health Organization, the aging population in the whole world grows rapidly. From the year 2015 to 2050, it is expected that the ratio of the world’s aging population over 60 years will be doubled, from 12% to 22%. Around 15% of seniors aged 60 and above suffer from mental and neurological disorders. These disorders account for 6.6%…

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A Deep Dive Into Anxiety in Seniors

In this blog, we will dive into anxiety and explore it, for us to apprehend what are the causes of it. Once we have a better understanding of this disorder,  we can come up with what help we can provide to individuals suffering from anxiety, especially seniors. Here are the things that seniors, their relatives, and friends need to know.…

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What We Got Wrong About Alzheimer’s

Many people don’t know exactly what is Alzheimer’s disease, what are the symptoms, what is the cause of it, and why do people have it. In this blog, we will talk about some of the facts about this disease. If you are looking for answers, continue reading.    So, What Exactly is an Alzheimer’s Disease?   Alzheimer’s disease is a type of…

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The Connection Between Home Healthcare and Happiness

First, let’s define what is happiness. Happiness is the perception of contentment, euphoria, or overall well-being. If an individual is successful, satisfied with their life, or able to accomplish something, they feel happy.    In this blog, we will talk about what is the connection between home healthcare and happiness in seniors.    According to the study, as we grow older, we…

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How Do You Deal With Autistic Adults?

How Do You Deal With Autistic Adults?     It is critical to acknowledge that people with autism spectrum disorders have characteristics that make life even more difficult for them. It is critical to understand how to work with them in order to help ensure they receive the best possible care. Autistic people require extra empathy and patience from those…

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