How To Care For Your Loved One With Diabetes

diabetes

Controlling diabetes  In the first place, diabetes is a debilitating condition. Furthermore, a chronic disease that a rise in blood sugar levels beyond normal levels. As a matter of fact, this happens due to the improper use of glucose by the cells. In other words, it is the faulty functioning of the pancreas. Which does … Read more

How to be a Caregiver After Hip Fracture

  What is a Hip fracture A hip fracture is a pretty common occurrence in seniors. Osteoporosis is a common ailment during old age.  Which makes senior women more prone to falls and fractures. A hip fracture can cause life-threatening complications. People over age 65 are most at risk because bones weaken and the risk of falling … Read more

The Ultimate Quick Tips on Coping with Arthritis

Arthritis

Managing arthritis in for your loved ones with natural remedies The first thing to remember, the debilitating condition is known as Arthritis strikes any individual at any age. It is true, however, that older adults are at a higher risk of falling prey to arthritis. Another key point, according to the statistics provided by the Center … Read more

How To Get Your Loved Ones To Take Their Medication

Woman Refusing to take medication

Medication refusal Medication refusal increase with age, our parents become more and more prone to illnesses and diseases. As a result, medications become almost an inevitable part of their daily routine. Taking medications regularly becomes extremely necessary to manage various disease conditions. However, situations take a nasty turn. As our parents refuse to take their … Read more

How To Help Our Loved Ones To Get Clean

Caregiver assisting woman with shower|How to help our senior parents to be clean

  To be Fresh and Clean is a Vital Part of the Day If you are clean and look good, you feel good.  This has been my motto as long as I can remember.  There will be times when your loved one will be unable to perform our daily hygiene, such as brushing our teeth, … Read more

How To Effectively Help With Bell’s Palsy

Bell Palsy

Bell’s palsy in the elderly Bell’s palsy, also commonly known as facial paralysis. It is a type of neurological disorder, which is non–progressive in nature. Thought to be a disorder affecting pregnant women and children. It affects the elderly population equally. The name Bell’s palsy is after Charles Bell, the famous anatomist. He was the … Read more