For seniors and their families, being discharged from the hospital is a relief. However, it can also be overwhelming because of the type of care involved in the recovery. Whether your seniors are recovering from a disease or surgery, being at home again might be a doctor’s order. It is then imperative to understand how recovering at home and getting home care can benefit the patient. The benefits include the following:
For seniors, brain health is more important than ever. While there is not currently a known way to completely keep cognitive diseases like dementia and Alzheimer’s at bay, many experts believe a healthy diet can be an important factor for many people who are at risk. Eating foods that boost brain health can also enhance memory, clarity, and focus. Encourage your senior loved one to eat as much as possible from the following list to maintain his or her brain health.
Ambulance Hotline: 0300-334-CARE (0300-334-2273) PrivaCare (in association with Doctors Hospital Lahore) is proud to announce that we are now offering full ambulance hospital services including transport with ventilator. Our ambulance service (emergency hotline ph: 0300-334-CARE / 0300-334-2273) is fully equipped for shifting the patients with full ICU support who are critical, patients with multi-organ failure on various life support systems, patients with cardiac emergencies like acute myocardial infarction (heart attack), angina, arrhythmia, and more.
Uh-oh, your forehead is feeling warm. Does this mean you’re seriously ill? Don’t be frightened by a low fever. Feeling a little feverish can be a good sign that your immune system is effectively at work.
Winter brings lots of outdoor fun, but at the same time, cold weather can make knee pain more symptomatic. Being fit and active is essential to maintaining healthy knees. Whether you are planning to hit the slopes, snow shoe, go sledding with the kids, or try out cross country skiing, “boomeritis” knee pain can limit your ability to do the things you love.