Human beings are naturally judgmental and this quality has served us quite well. Our ancestors had to negotiate their surroundings, constantly evaluating the people they met, determining whether their intentions were friendly or malicious. They had to learn to adapt to difficult conditions to endure… Read More »Is It Better to Be Smart or Lucky?
Is it possible to learn compassion, loyalty or even anger? Usually, we learn from those around us – we naturally mimic the people we interact with. As children we have no choice about who our parents or siblings or even our teachers are. Children of… Read More »Fake it Until You Make it?
It’s January in every gym in the world: people run on treadmills in front of big-screen TVs, on ellipticals with headphones, read magazines on stationary bikes. They take classes filled with loud music and instructors shouting encouragement, “You can do it !! But you can’t… Read More »How Do You Use Your Chi Energy?
There is still some social stigma attached to mental health issues among seniors. As a result, they are less likely to talk about their issues for fear that people will not understand what they are going through. On top of that, the decline in mental… Read More »Common Elderly Mental Health Issues: Causes, Cure and Care
Medical care is expensive. With COVID-19 cases increasing at an alarming rate, intensive care beds have run out and healthcare facilities are finding it increasingly difficult to meet all patients in need. However, a cost effective and slightly safer alternative is available. Some agencies and… Read More »Things To Consider For An ICU Setup At Home During The COVID Times
Before you find out how to treat dementia patients at home, it’s important to really understand what dementia is and why people with it need intensive care. Dementia is a chronic disease that causes the gradual and gradual deterioration of mental processes, memory and brain… Read More »How To Care For Dementia Patients In A Home Setting
The times of COVID have made healthcare work beyond their means. It has become a perilous time for all healthcare workers to take care of all of their patients, whether they are COVID patients or others. Dementia is one of those diseases that requires regular… Read More »Early Symptoms To Detect Dementia In Elderly People
Dementia is a neurodegenerative disease that requires appropriate treatment and counseling, from the onset of the first symptoms of dementia to the health symptoms of the elderly. Symptoms of dementia in the elderly are much more important to deal with correctly. So, the obvious question… Read More »How can the risk of Dementia be reduced?
Symptoms of dementia in the elderly can be quite tricky for any caregiver to take care of. Thus, with the know-how of dementia care services and knowing the symptoms, one should also be aware of what not to do when caring for elderly patients with… Read More »What not to do while taking care of elderly dementia patients?
No one wants to live in a retirement home. Yeah yeah. We understood. The NY Times offers an opinion echoing what Politico writers and all older people believe – until the need arises. You’ve been reading these Echo Chamber opinions (and Green House alternatives with… Read More »AI, Broadband, Privacy and Flip phones – Four blog posts from July 2021