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Pioneer Home Care Health Updates Green Tea offers seniors some amazing health benefits : Just because your hair may be a little gray and your joints a little creaky, it doesn't mean you have to give up the activities you love later in life. Elderly adults enjoying their golden years sometimes require at-home senior care services to maintain the lifestyle they enjoy, but there are some other all-natural methods to ensure greater health well into the final stages of your long and prosperous life. For example, a daily cup of green tea not only offers some powerful antioxidant protections but also promotes greater overall wellness in a variety of your bodily systems. According to the results of a recent study conducted by scientists from Japan's National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center, the benefits of green tea are extensive, ranging from greater vascular and heart health to a lower risk of cancer and cognitive disorders. Researchers found that individuals who drank one cup of green tea daily were 20 percent less likely to suffer a stroke than those who did not. Additionally, these tea-drinking enthusiasts also demonstrated a 32 percent lower risk of cerebral hemorrhaging and were less likely to develop other chronic ailments ranging from cancer and cardiovascular disease. PIONEER HOME CARE Pioneer HomeCare is the premier provider of home care services. We strive to offer our clients the highest quality of home health care services at your door step. Call us today for a FREE in-home assessment +91 9100 444 991.
Pioneer Home Care Health Updates Can Feeding Your Brain Decrease Your Chances of Developing Alzheimer's? There are so many different diets today catering to many different people depending on their goals. The MIND diet focuses on eating “brain healthy” foods, like berries and green vegetables. There have been studies that find this kind of healthy eating shows a link between “brain healthy” eating and improved brain health. The MIND diet stands for Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay. DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. (Yes, there are lots of acronyms.) What makes this diet better than any other “eat healthy” approach? Here’s an example: Most fruits are healthy for your heart but not for your brain in terms of cognitive performance. They aren’t bad for your brain, but they don’t appear to prevent dementia. So, what does boost your cognitive function? Experts say to focus on berries – especially blueberries. Leafy green vegetable are more beneficial to the cognitive part of brain than other vegetables. The MIND diet also recommends nuts, beans, whole grains, olive oil … and wine! The research may be motivating for this reason: In one particular study mentioned above, almost 1, 000 people kept a record of everything they ate for more than four years. The average age of those people was 81 years old. The people whose diet choices adhered closely to the MIND diet had a 53% reduced risk for developing Alzheimer’s. Remember, brain healthy foods can also help you in other ways. With talk of diet, also comes talk of exercise. It goes hand in hand, so it’s always important to keep an active lifestyle. Another recent study out of Sweden also suggests that physical activity will also lower your chances of developing Alzheimer’s. While more research and studies will continue on the subject, this is a promising start to help prevent a disease that does not have a cure. PIONEER HOME CARE Pioneer Home Care is the premier provider of home care services. We strive to offer our clients the highest quality of home health care services at your door step. Call us today for a FREE in-home assessment.
Pioneer HomeCare Patient Care Services: PATIENT CARE TAKERS AT HOME You can not always be present to take care of your elderly parents. Helping a loved one recover at home after serious illness can be tough without professional help. Pioneer HomeCare Attendants can help you with this tedious task. BENEFITS 1. 24x7 Availability with flexible duration. 2. 100% Background Verified. 3. Assistance in daily activities - Bathing, Dressing, Eating and Mobility. To Know More About OurServices Visit Us at: www.pioneerhomecare.in
How to Get Your Elderly Parents to Bathe : When he/she was young, they never liked being told what to do. Now, at old age, they are adamantly refuses all requests to take a shower. they didn’t seem to notice the body odor or stringy hair that were so off-putting to friends and family. Refusing to bathe is not uncommon among the elderly for a variety of reasons. And, unfortunately, the more you hint, suggest or request they take a bath or shower, the more they seem to push back at that idea. So, if your elderly parents are like this, here are a few things you can try to get them in the shower or bath. 1. Address their physical concerns. If they are afraid of falling in the tub or shower, install grab rails. Maybe a walk-in tub or a shower chair would make them more comfortable. To prevent scalding hot water, adjust the water heater temperature. 2. Make it a part of their regular routine. “Okay, Mom, It’s Tuesday morning, time to take your shower.” 3. Give them a choice. “Would you like to take a shower, or a bath?” 4. Give them a reason to bathe. “Take a shower and get dressed. We are all going out to dinner.” 5.Convince them how fresh and clean they will feel. 6. Talk to their doctor. Maybe he or she could write them a “prescription” to bathe once or twice a week. If these ideas don’t work, you still have options. One is to make sure that Mom and Dad are cleaning their face, groin, armpits and under skin folds daily. If that is too much for them or you to take care of, there is help available. Pioneer HomeCare caregivers are trained in the best ways to assist people who need help bathing and those who need convincing to bathe. Contact our Pioneer HomeCare Agency for more information. PIONEER HOMECARE Pioneer HomeCare is the premier provider of home care services. We strive to offer our clients the highest quality of life and independence possible. Call us today for a FREE in-home care assessment +91 9100 444 991. For more info about our services Visit us at: www.pioneerhomecare.in
5 tips for preventing cold in seniors: While seniors are less likely to get the common cold than children and other adults, if they do become sick, it can lead to more serious health issues and complications, That's why seniors should take precautions to prevent picking up viral or bacterial infections, especially over the cold and flu season. At-home senior care providers and their clients should follow these five cold prevention guidelines: 1. The best way to prevent colds is to wash your hands regularly throughout the day. Because bacteria lives on so many common household and personal items people come into contact with daily, it's important to keep hands clean to prevent that bacteria from causing an infection. You may also want to consider using hand sanitizer between washes. 2. Try to stay away from anyone who is displaying cold symptoms, like coughing, sniffling or sneezing. 3. Keep your body healthy and build your immune system by getting enough sleep, eating nutritious foods and staying active. 4. Consider a B12 shot, which can really help seniors' immune systems fight infections. 5. Try to relax and destress as much as you can. Stress can really affect your body's overall health and prevent your immune system from working effectively. PIONEER HOMECARE Pioneer HomeCare is the premier provider of home care services. We strive to offer our clients the highest quality of home health care services at your door step. Call us today for a FREE in-home care assessment +91 9100 444 991. For more info about our services Visit us at: www.pioneerhomecare.in
Knee Replacement Surgery Can Lead to Weight Gain: Artificial knees have helped seniors treat osteoarthritis and other similar conditions, but new research suggests it's important to remain active after the procedure. A study recently published in the journal Arthritis Care & Research found that knee replacement surgery is closely tied to weight gain, Reuters reports. The research analyzed the medical records of nearly 1, 000 patients from the Mayo Clinic. The team found that 30 percent of those who had the procedure gained approximately 5 percent of their body weight in the five years after surgery. Experts hope the findings are a clear message to patients and senior care providers to place an emphasis on staying active after surgery. "We need to encourage patients to take advantage of their ability to function better and get them to take on a more active lifestyle, " Joseph Zeni, a physical therapy professor at the University of Delaware, told Reuters. The weeks after knee replacement surgery are crucial, and it's up to both patients and those providing home care to ensure the treatment is as successful as possible. Surgeons will offer strict orders on what to follow in terms of diet, while physical therapists will provide advice on exercises. According to the Mayo Clinic, the therapy usually starts off with a graduated walking program before resuming normal household activities. Additionally, leg strengthening exercises performed several times a day can avoid the common weight gain and help seniors quickly get back to normal. PIONEER HOMECARE Pioneer HomeCare is the premier provider of home care services. We strive to offer our clients the highest quality of home health care services at your door step. Call us today for a FREE in-home care assessment +91 9100 444 991.
Breath Test for Heart Disease : Early diagnosis is often the key to effectively treating most healthy conditions, and new research from the Respiratory Institute at Cleveland Clinic found that a simple breath test might be able to accurately diagnose heart disease. While the study is still in its earliest stages, experts are hopeful the results could be a breakthrough in cardiovascular health management, Fox News reports. The findings were published recently in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology and are based on a small sample of subjects, but the results were certainly encouraging. Researchers determined that they were able to diagnose heart disease by analyzing the presence of volatile organic compounds in a subject's breath. The team says it has been able to diagnose the condition with almost perfect accuracy in its limited trial. "Every individual has a breath print that differentiates them from other people, depending on what's going on in their body, " study author Dr. Raed Dweik told Health Day. "And that print can tell us a lot about a person, what they've been exposed to and what disease they have." Implementing such a simple test could dramatically change the way healthcare providers address heart disease, something which could have a substantial impact on many people. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 600, 000 people die from heart disease each year. PIONEER HOMECARE Pioneer HomeCare is the premier provider of home care services. We strive to offer our clients the highest quality of home health care services at your door step. Call us today for a FREE in-home care assessment +91 9100 444 991.
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