Month: August 2019

As we age, it’s not unusual for everyone to deal with memory loss. For most people, this could be as simple as forgetting where you last placed your keys or glasses. But, it can be much more impactful for individuals who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Serious memory loss could include everything from… Read More »

Maintaining a high quality of life for your loved one with Parkinson's disease requires determination and education. This includes understanding the various stages of the disease and how you can help your loved one manage through the symptoms. Whether you are simply keeping track of doctor appointments and medications or actively involved in day-to-day support, here are suggestions for caring for a loved one with Parkinson's disease.

Keeping your heart healthy can be a challenge for anyone, but there are particular difficulties when you're recovering from an accident, illness or are otherwise unable to exercise. You know that walking, jogging or other aerobic exercises are key to heart health, but did you know that something you already do thousands of times each day can help, too?

As we age, our joints naturally lose some of their range of motion and can become more inflamed -- making it difficult to complete even the simplest of tasks. While there are plenty of drugs on the market that can help manage difficult flare-ups, managing arthritis on a daily basis can be more of a challenge. Here are some tips from arthritis sufferers that might help you reduce your overall pain level and improve your range of motion.