How To Care For A Loved One After Surgery

Surgery

Caring for seniors after surgery   Taking care of a loved one after surgery is a tricky situation, and should be done carefully. If healing after surgery does not occur properly, then there are risks of complications that will occur.  Caring for your loved one after surgery can be stressful, both for your loved one … Read more

How Can Foods Masterfully Help Fight Insomnia Now

Insomnia

Foods that can help fight insomnia in the elderly Aging is a slow and constant change that occurs in our body and is irreversible. During the process of aging, our body undergoes a transformation at various levels, both physical and psychological. The way you eat, walk, sleep, it all changes as the body ages, which … Read more

How To Allow Your Voice To Be Heard In Caregiving

Be heard

It’s time to be heard as a caregiver Do you realize that since the Pandemic started, there has been and continues to be a lack of being heard as a caregiver? Those who felt they were safe and followed the status quo have been shaken to their own core and may never regain their footing. … Read more

How To Cope With Neuropathy in Caring For Your Loved One

neuropathy

Neuropathy It is a common occurrence in caring for our loved one as they grow older.  In the first place, it is a disease or dysfunction of one or more nerves. Typically, causing numbness, pain, or weakness in different parts of the body.  While aging plays a vital role. There are various other factors that … Read more

How To Effectively Have A Pet For More Senior Happiness

Pet

  Pet Importance Pets are especially important for the elderly population. Many studies have shown the various beneficial effects of adopting or having a pet. As our loved one’s age, they can become more lonely. This is one of the major contributory factors for stress and other diseases. Furthermore, with pets around, there is not … Read more

How A Light Therapy Lamp Help With Sundowning

Light Therapy Lamp

Light therapy lamp help with sundowning Sundowning is a problem, that is common in seniors with depression, Alzheimer’s, dementia, and mood disorders. Symptoms of sundowning begin during the late afternoon when the sunlight begins to go down. Your loved one starts to experience sudden bouts of: Irritability Restlessness Confusion Agitation, Often, the symptoms may also … Read more

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