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Home healthcare plays an important part in ensuring better patient outcomes. Up to 75% of hospital re-admissions are potentially avoidable, and more and more people are looking to hire home health care services as a way to lessen the incidents of re-admittance to the hospital, receive better follow up care, increase communication between patients and providers and decrease medication errors. That’s where Pioneer HomeCare comes to play.
Pioneer HomeCare Health Talk: It is known that good nutrition equals to good health. Come on in our Pioneer Homecare office and together we can discuss and talk about formulating an eating plan that embraces healthy food. We also give tips for good eating habits and smart food choices.
Pioneer HomeCare Health Talk Topic : Weight Loss Individuals who are obese or overweight are more likely to develop life threatening diseases. Being overweight can also hamper and lessen the quality of life you live. It is important to maintain an ideal body weight together with regular exercise and a healthy diet. To know more about our company, visit us at : www.pioneerhomecare.in
Pioneer HomeCare Health Talk Topic: Chest Pain Chest pain is usually described as a tightening sensation in the chest. Causes of chest pain can vary from indigestion to stress or to serious medical emergencies like heart attack. It is often difficult to determine if the current chest pain is a sign of something less serious or cardiac arrest. If you feel that you are experiencing a chest pain that lasts a few minutes, it is time for you to see a provider. Do not diagnose yourself, you could possibly endanger yourself through self-medication. If you have questions about heart health, talk with your provider so you could be put at ease. To know more about our company, visit us at : www.pioneerhomecare.in
Pioneer HomeCare Health Talk Topic: Neck Pain Neck pain can be caused by injury, stress, awkward or painful position in sleep or others. Some underlying problem could be due to a slipped disc, scoliosis or certain tumors or infections. There are certain dangerous signals when you experience neck pain. If neck pain is accompanied by severe headache and vomiting, when light hurts the eyes, fever, pain in the back and others it is time to seek medical attention urgently. To know more about our company, visit us at : www.pioneerhomecare.in
Pioneer HomeCare Health Talk Topic : Headache At some point in our lives all of us have experienced a headache. A headache is caused by a number of reasons and there are two classifications: Primary and Secondary headaches. Primary headaches are independent of other medical conditions the patient has. It usually goes away after a few moments and can be treated with medication. A Secondary headache is known to be as a headache that follows after a prior condition. Secondary headaches are potentially dangerous and may be an underlying symptom of other serious medical conditions. To know more about our company, visit us at : www.pioneerhomecare.in
Pioneer HomeCare Health Tips: An unhealthy lifestyle is usually the cause of unusually high cholesterol level in your body. Too much bad cholesterol in your body can cause cardiovascular diseases. People with high cholesterol are encouraged to go through a lifestyle change by sticking to a healthy diet, exercise and avoiding tobacco smoke. Taking medications will also lower your blood cholesterol level.
Pioneer Homecare Health Talk: Diabetes, often known as diabetes mellitus is a disease where your pancreas does not produce enough insulin. Insulin is a hormone that will convert the food in our body, mainly sugar and starches into energy that is needed in order to function normally. It is a serious and life-long disease. There are three types of Diabetes known to man today.
Pioneer HomeCare Health tips: This is common among expectant mothers who are producing too much hormones in their body. Gestational diabetes usually goes away after pregnancy. Pregnant women who do have it are advised to control it with diet and exercise as it raises the risk of childbirth.
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