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Is Your Mom’s Stress Really That Dangerous?

What do you really know about stress and its effect on your health? April is Stress Awareness Month. Many seniors are impacted by stress when they’re aging at home. Take time to learn how stress can impact both physical and mental health. Stomach Acid Increases When You’re Stressed Stress can increase the levels of stomach…

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How National MS Awareness Month Helps Family Caregivers

Family caregivers with elderly relatives who have multiple sclerosis have a unique opportunity to learn more about this neurological disease during National Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month. This national campaign is designed to increase education and awareness for all types of MS, including late onset which affects seniors over age 50. Home care providers and caregivers…

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Why Is Your Senior So Stubborn?

Stubbornness can hide a whole world of other situations, especially in your aging adult. It’s often a reaction to something else that isn’t working the way that she expects or wants it to work. And that means that things aren’t necessarily going to work the way that you expect or want them to work, either.…

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Are You Saying “No” Enough?

Saying no is not easy to do, especially when you’re a caregiver. But there are honestly some things that you can’t commit to right now, either because you’re too busy or because it needs to be handled by someone else. It’s Easy to Overcommit Even if you’re not a caregiver, it’s easy to overcommit to…

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Can Your Senior Stay Independent and Avoid a Fall?

You might find yourself wondering if your elderly family member’s goals to both avoid a fall and remain independent are mutually exclusive. They really aren’t, especially if your elderly family member is ready to get serious about fall prevention. Get More Active Physical activity is going to help your senior’s body to move better and…

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What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Glaucoma?

Glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness in the United States. Approximately 3 million people throughout the United States are currently living with this condition, with around 95 percent living with the most common form, known as open-angle glaucoma. As a family caregiver, it is important to be aware of the issues your senior…

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