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Properly Addressing Dementia Behavior Problems

As a patient with dementia approach the mid-to-late stage of the disease, challenging behavior problems can be presented. It can lead to aggressive and violent manners as these patients deal with the confusion, anger, and paranoia that come with the condition. One of the most difficult things to address is communicating with someone suffering from … Continue reading

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4 Useful Tips on Aging Healthily and Happily

There are many advices out there about how to feel young even if you are already beyond your years. After going through articles and studies, Intrinsic Home Care, Inc found out 4 useful tips on aging healthily and happily: Maintain active connections A study regarding healthy aging concluded that having more social engagements gives a … Continue reading

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Tips That Can Help Prevent Dementia During Your Seniors Years

As you age, your risk of dementia also increases. Even though dementia is not a natural part of aging, it is something that many senior citizens are dealing with. This is a devastating condition of the mind that can destroy memories and cognitive abilities, which has no cure. It is possible to prevent it, though! … Continue reading

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4 Effective Exercises for Senior Citizens

As a senior citizen, exercise can play an important role in your health and your ability to live an independent lifestyle. There are many different kinds of exercises that you can do safely in the comforts of your own home. With personalized companion care in Illinois, you can have the professional assistance you need to … Continue reading

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The Truth About Dehydration in the Elderly Group

Our body is composed of more than sixty percent of water. In order to keep our body to function properly, we need to stay hydrated. Unfortunately, many elders find this difficult to achieve. Several studies associate dehydration with increased mortality rates among the senior group. In fact, it is one of the causes why elders … Continue reading

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