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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 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 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
Aging and the Dangers of Loneliness : There are many physical, emotional, and psychological factors affecting the quality of health in seniors. Aging comes with a variety of physical problems. To alleviate these challenges, seniors often move to nursing homes or have in-home care to help them with their ailments and day-to-day activities. A senior’s mental health can seriously impact their physical well-being and loneliness can play a big part in that. Seniors often experience feelings of loneliness and depression that have a severe negative impact on their health. The Indian Psychological Association reported that an estimated 12 million Indians, aged 65 and older, live alone. Unfortunately, the likelihood that many seniors are living without a spouse, significant other, or children is alarming when you consider the fact that this is where most social interaction comes from. Our number of social connections becomes increasingly smaller as we age. Some reasons for this include: 1. Retirement from the workforce 2. Death of friends & family 3. Lack of physical ability 4. Loss of driving privileges 5. Poor health When a person’s social interaction becomes limited, loneliness and depression can become overwhelming. Loneliness affects us emotionally, but can also affect us neurologically. Cognitive decline and the risk of developing dementia has been linked to perceived loneliness, and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences states that both social isolation and loneliness are associated with increased mortality. They also report that illnesses and conditions such as chronic lung disease, arthritis, impaired mobility, and depression can be attributed to social isolation. This puts a big spotlight on the importance of identifying and dealing with loneliness early. We know that depression only worsens social isolation and in turn keeps people from participating in social events, being active, and being of service – all of which can seriously diminish the feelings of loneliness. It’s important for aging adults and the people that care for them to understand how loneliness can affect a person 65 or older, and how to prevent that emotional and physical wear. Ways To Reduce Effects Of Loneliness: Seniors can immediately begin to feel overall improvement in their emotional state and quality of life by increasing social involvement and there are several ways that can happen. Volunteering – being of service and being involved in the community are two ways that people can find social interaction. Helping people in hospitals, community care centers, and children’s programs are great ways for older citizens to find appreciation and feel a sense of involvement. Community Activities – community activities like farmer’s markets, support groups, and sports groups are a great way for seniors to make friends and develop connections. For retired individuals, many towns and cities provide opportunity for seniors to connect with younger people to be mentors and sponsors and find fulfillment. Senior Neighborhoods – living in a 55 and older neighborhood with other retirees is a great place to meet new people and build connections. Since these neighborhoods only allow a certain age group to move in, there is less stress for seniors who cannot handle a noisy or busy neighborhood. Companion Home Care - companionship is another option that will improve overall well being. Often companionship is accomplished while participating in the above activities, but venturing out may be too physically demanding. Companion home care can be a great solution in your own home. Stimulating conversation, games, light exercise, even someone to watch TV with can lift spirits and ease loneliness. There are so many ways that seniors can find fulfillment when they don’t have family or friends nearby. Making friends and developing different connections is a great way decrease loneliness and depression and help improve quality of life and health. Remind yourself to get up, get active, and get out there! Life is happening – you just need to reach out to it. Visit www.pioneerhomecare.in to learn more. 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.
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 Home Care Health Updates 4 Tips For Preventing Breast Cancer: Although thousands of women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in the next year, there are things you can do that may decrease your chances of being one of them. While there may be no way to completely rule out your chances of developing breast cancer, there are some lifestyle changes you can make to help lower the risk. Make sure you're getting plenty of sleep each night. According to AARP, postmenopausal women who get less than six hours of sleep each night have double the chance of developing more aggressive breast cancer. If you're overweight, try dropping a few pounds. It's well known that women who are overweight have a greater chance of developing hormone receptor-positive breast cancer than those who are not. Just by being obese you increase your risk of breast cancer by 30 percent. According to the American Cancer Society, having more than one drink per day can up your chances of breast cancer. Even having two drinks a day can raise your odds by 21 percent and regular drinking in postmenopausal women will increase your risk of cancer by 19 percent. Exercise is a good way to help prevent breast cancer. Whether it's walking, working in the garden or cleaning the house, getting up and moving can result in a 30 percent reduced risk. 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.
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
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.
Tips For Eating Well As You Age: Nutritious meals are important for keeping seniors healthy, and focusing on meal preparation can be a great way to eat well. As we age, our metabolic rates slow and many older people are not consuming foods and beverages that contain sufficient nutrients. This can lead to chronic fatigue, depression and a weakened immune system. Take a look at these quick tips for eating better and increasing your quality of life as you age. Eat "good" fats: Enjoy fatty foods that are healthy for you and rich in omega-3s. Foods like salmon, flax, avocado and walnuts are all great options. These healthy fats can help the body to fight heart disease by controlling "bad" LDL cholesterol levels and raising "good" HDL cholesterol levels. Make fiber a staple: Eating fiber has many benefits for the elderly, especially in the realm of digestion. Fiber can also keep you feeling full and help ward off chronic diseases. Foods like quinoa, veggies, fruits and whole grain cereals are packed with fiber. Vitamin D: Keep bones healthy and strong with foods containing vitamin D. Fortified foods like milk, eggs and cereal contain Vitamin D and vitamin D supplements are good ways to incorporate Vitamin D into your diet. As we age, the body cannot absorb as much calcium as it needs, so these extra vitamin D-rich foods will help seniors get the recommended amount. 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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