Talking about death is never an easy topic to bring up. In fact, most people would rather avoid it altogether. This is especially true when a loved one is dying because it can be difficult to get our heads around the idea that we will […]
Category: Elderly Care
What Is Brain Fog, And How Can I Overcome It?
Brain fog, also known as being “fuzzy,” is a term used to describe a range of symptoms characterized by a vague feeling of mental fatigue, clouded thinking, and difficulty concentrating or remembering. It is a common symptom in many people, and it occurs when your […]
5 Ways to Deal with Difficult Elderly Parents
As you get older, your relationship with your parents is likely to change. Sometimes, the parent-child dynamic even seems to become flipped. Nowadays, it is increasingly common for adult children to become responsible for caring for their aging parents. However, taking care of an older […]
What are the Benefits of Cold-Water Therapy?
For thousands of years, the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans have used cold water therapy to help heal and soothe a variety of ailments. Today, it’s become a sought-after remedy for a variety of ailments, which is why many people turn to cold water immersion […]
What Makes Arthritis Flare-Up?
You have probably heard of osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis, but arthritis is a subtype of several other related diseases that affect joints. In osteoarthritis, the cartilage of the joints wears down and forms small cracks. In rheumatoid arthritis, the lining of the joint is inflamed, […]
How To Support Your Family Through Alzheimer’s
When you start to look at Alzheimer’s disease and dig deeper, you’ll find it is a lot more complex than just having a memory problem. It affects all aspects of your life. To understand this disease, it helps to understand the brain. A brain without […]
Estate vs. Trust: What’s the Difference?
The estate planning process can be confusing, and it can be easy to overlook some key factors that affect the size and value of the estate. We’re going to walk through some key concepts that are important to understand, and then discuss the difference between […]
Why Care Isn’t Only for The Elderly
Caregiving is often seen as the work of the elderly, but this is a common misconception. You don’t have to be elderly to care for someone. Caregiving is work that requires a lot of time, patience, and empathy. Sometimes, it can be frustrating and hard […]
What to Consider in Your Will?
Having a will is not just for the wealthy but for anyone with assets to pass on to loved ones. The specific details of a will depend on the individual since different people have different assets and different people have different goals after they pass […]
Healthcare in Retirement
There is a lot of talk about healthcare in retirement. When you finally get to an age where you can think about retirement, it is no secret that you may be faced with some health issues further down the line. This is normal and is […]