Grief does not just affect the mental health of those who experience the loss of a loved one. Understand the physical and emotional effects and ways to cope for yourself or your loved one who is experiencing grief.
As you grow older, you must maintain a focus on keeping your body healthy. Doing this can be as simple as introducing black tea to your daily diet.
Every American family at some point will experience a loved one’s health decline. How do you cope? How can you prepare for the costs and burdens that come with long-term care?
Family caregivers face stress and anxiety. The role of a caregiver has its consequences on the health of the caregiver. There are ways to manage this stress. Preparing your future care now will ease burdens on your family.
Do you know a man with Osteoporosis? It happens and if not treated in time it can lead to fractures, surgery, long-term care, and death. Osteoporosis is an issue for both men and women.
The avoidance of health care during the virus crisis is creating a ripple effect of additional health problems. Ignoring health care is not a good idea and precautions have been taken at hospitals and clinics.
Don’t worry, if it hasn’t happened yet, it will. As we get older we start having problems with our gut and sleep. Better sleep means better health. Preparing for aging is important for health, family, and finances.
The COVID-19 virus crisis has made more Americans personalize the future health and aging changes they will face in the decades ahead. Addressing future long-term care is an integral part of the equation.
A new study being tested on high-risk groups may become a breakthrough for COVID-19 and other viral infections. This could benefit both health care works and long-term care residents.