Eating Well Is Key to Managing Kidney Disease

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Eating Well Is Key to Managing Kidney Disease

As they say, you are what you eat, and for people with kidney disease, it is even more important that a proper nutritional plan be adhered to in order to minimize symptoms, such as nausea, pain, swelling and more. A kidney-healthy diet may even slow down the progression of the disease. Live Well at Home… Read more »

What You Need to Know About Kidney Disease

Itching. Hiccups. Loss of appetite. Sleep problems. These are just a few of the seemingly harmless warning signs that might signal kidney disease. And with approximately 20 million people in the U.S. contending with the disease, and many more undiagnosed, it’s important to bring any troublesome signs to the attention of your doctor.

Top Tips for Promoting Senior Independence Right at Home in Sacramento

As you go through the varied periods of your life, your levels of independence can take on different meanings. They can be significant stages, such as leaving your parents’ home or getting married, or smaller stages, such as accomplishing tasks you didn’t think you could do. Then later, as you age, independence takes on still… Read more »

Sacramento Home Care Helps with Senior Independence

There really is no place like home, and the great majority of adults age 65 and over, 90 percent per AARP, wish to age in place in their own homes as they grow older. But how does that have an impact on senior independence?

Why Creating Unique Care Plans for Every Senior Is Better Than the Cookie Cutter Approach

The greatest thing about humankind is that every one of us is completely unique, and that does not change merely because of growing older. As we grow older, we remain the unique and multifaceted individuals that we have been our whole lives. Assuming that all seniors will act the same and need the same things… Read more »

There’s No Place Like Home – In-Home Care As An Alternative Choice

“I don’t want to have to move out of my home.” If you are the adult child of a senior parent, you’ve probably listened to your loved one exclaim these words or a similar statement indicating his or her intention to continue to grow older in place at home versus moving out of a house… Read more »

Checking Senior Wellness: Use the Holidays to Ensure Mom’s Doing Okay

It’s the holiday season once again, which means it is also the perfect time for a “holiday reality check.” If it’s been awhile since you’ve spent time with your senior loved ones, now is a great time to examine how your senior loved ones are doing. With frenzied agendas or long distances separating families for… Read more »

Home Safety Tips for Seniors for the Holidays

The holidays present a great chance for you to visit with senior loved ones that you may not have been able to spend a lot of quality time with for a while. It can also be a perfect time to be sure that your senior loved one’s holiday is safe on top of being festive…. Read more »

Live Well and Keep Symptoms of COPD in Check

As reported by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, an estimated 12 million adults are diagnosed at this time with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and it’s estimated that another 12 million may perhaps be living with the disease and not even be aware of it. It’s also worth mentioning that COPD generally hits… Read more »

Breathe Easier with These COPD Care Tips from Live Well at Home

If you find yourself providing COPD care for a senior family member, you probably know that outdoor air pollution can intensify symptoms. However, did you know that lower air quality in the home can also be problematic? Cleansing the air in the home can help everyone breathe better and be more comfortable.

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