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Importance of Elderly Footcare - Tips for improved health of seniors feet
28
Dec

Importance of Elderly Foot Care: Top Tips to Care for Senior Feet

Our feet perform some critical functions; they bear our weight, help us to move around, send information to our brains regarding our body position to aid balance, and also act as shock absorbers. We spend hours walking and standing, often in uncomfortable shoes. We have over 50 bones in our feet – which is a quarter of the total number of bones in our body – which means, our feet…

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Home Remedies for a Sprained Ankle - Tips for Faster Recovery
13
Dec

Top 10 Home Remedies for a Sprained Ankle: Tips for Faster Recovery

Ankle sprain has grown into a most common musculoskeletal injury, for which at least 1 million people seek medical care every year.  At least 40% of ankle sprains build into the most chronic problems and need immediate care. An ankle sprain is also termed as a twisted ankle or a rolled ankle– this could occur to anyone while even doing a usual activity like walking. In certain cases, the ankle…

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Health Benefits of Geriatric Massages - How it Helps Senior Citizens
29
Nov

The Surprising Benefits of Geriatric Massage for Senior Citizens

Old age usually refers to people surpassing or nearing the life expectancy cycle. As age progresses, elders are often left alone in a room to meet their fate, while some lucky ones are surrounded by their loved one's care. Age-related euphemisms include older adults and the elderly alike. The skin develops wrinkles and sags, rips more efficiently, and heals more slowly as it ages. People lose muscle and bone mass…

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Tips for Post-Surgery Recovery Care at Home
15
Nov

Post Surgery Care Tips: How to Recover Comfortably at Home?

Undoubtedly, surgery is a challenging process for patients, their loved ones, and their caregivers. In general, we focus more on getting ready for the procedure and frequently forget to make plans for post-surgery recovery. If plans are made ahead of time, caregivers can avoid the problems that come up when the patient goes home.  It is important to keep in mind that post-surgical rehabilitation is a consistent process that needs…

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IV Therapy vs Oral Supplements - Which One Is More Effective
28
Oct

Which Treatment Is Better, IV Therapy or Oral Supplementation?

The majority of us are aware of the vital functions that various vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients play in our bodies. For our bodies to operate at their best, we need to provide them with the necessary nutrients. There are some situations where we must give our bodies additional amounts of these vital nutrients to guarantee that everything is back to normal while making sure they are being absorbed by…

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What is pain management physiotherapy
20
Oct

Physiotherapy Management Of Pain: The Best Treatment Against Harmful Painkillers

Acute pain is a startling, rapid pain that makes it obvious that something is wrong. Most of the time, this discomfort gets better on its own. Whereas, long-lasting discomfort is referred to as chronic pain. Chronic pain is described as pain that has persisted for more than three to six months. Numerous people have chronic pain, which has a major negative influence on one's quality of life. Most people get…

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Tube Feeding for People with Severe Dementia
23
Sep

Tube Feeding for People with Severe Dementia

Let's start by recognising the significance of eating. We all know that food not only keeps us alive, but also pleases us, opens doors to new social and cultural experiences, and may even be an expression of love when you prepare it for someone you care about or consume food that has been prepared for you. We instinctively worry when someone is unable to eat, and it can be challenging…

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Pros and Cons of Feeding Tubes for the Elderly
19
Sep

Pros and Cons of Feeding Tubes for the Elderly

The majority of individuals who are in the last stages of their life or are suffering from Alzheimer's, Dementia, or other illnesses often struggle to eat and drink. They might lose weight, weaken, and get pressure sores. Or, food debris could enter their lungs and result in Pneumonia if they are not properly fed. Families are then given the choice to use a feeding tube in such situations. One of…

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Practical Ways To Relieve Caregiver Stress
26
Aug

Practical Ways To Relieve Caregiver Stress

Caring for your loved one can be exhausting, both mentally and physically. Even the strongest of people can be subject to caregiver stress. It is extremely important for the caregiver to take care of themselves, and take care of their mental and physical well-being. In innumerable cases, we can see that care is provided by relatives or close friends – not professional caregivers. They are not trained in caregiving, which…

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Effective Tips For Communicating With Dementia Patients
16
Aug

Effective Tips For Communicating With Dementia Patients

Dementia is a degenerative neurological illness that impacts an individual’s cognitive abilities and memory. Daily routines, faces, places, names, dates – everything seems confusing to such individuals. Therefore, communicating with dementia patients can be extremely challenging. Whether it’s a friend or family member, if they have dementia, it may be difficult for them to understand you, and you may not be able to understand what they are trying to tell…

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