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 woman 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

How To Effectively Promote The Benefits Of Music Therapy

Music Therapy

Music therapy for stress and relaxation Music therapy is an excellent way to relax the mind and ease anxiety. It is excellent for our seniors and can keep them occupied for a couple of hours. While it is for all age groups, it is particularly beneficial for our seniors. Keeping in mind the challenges they … Read more

How I Can Help As A Caregiving Consultant

Caregiving Consultant

Caregiving consultant for busy adult children with aging parents and relatives Having a caregiving consultant is great! Life is getting hectic with today’s busy lifestyle and increasing workforce problems. It makes it difficult for adult children to care for their aging parents and relatives. Unfortunately, our aging parent’s health takes a back seat. And, this … Read more

How To Help Make Winter Depression Better

Winter Depression

Signs of winter depression in our elderly and ways to tame the disorder Change in the season can trigger depression and mood swings in our elderly. While many of us can adjust to seasonal changes, our elderly often find it difficult to remain active and cheerful. Often described as seasonal affective disorder, winter depression can … Read more

How To Effectively Help With Skin Cancer

Skin Cancer

  The battle between skin cancer and elderly The past few decades have seen a sudden rise in the incidence of skin cancer. Especially in the elderly population. According to Cancer Research UK. Seniors are more likely to not be aware of the harmful effects of sun exposure. This fuels the development of skin cancer … Read more

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