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With today’s sky-rocketing medical costs and expenses, making the effort to gather information on diaper reimbursement could be eye-opening. You may even discover hidden financial benefits that you or one of your family members could be aided by if you consistently purchase bladder control products.
Ever wonder how to manage Crohn’s disease? Could it be contributing to other aspects of your health? Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the colon and GI tract. While there is no cure and Crohn’s can be difficult to live with, it’s important to understand some potential symptoms so you can better manage it.
Struggling with nightly incontinence? You are not alone. According to the National Association for Continence, approximately 25 million Americans are affected by bladder control. It’s very possible that this number is even higher, since many adults find it difficult and embarrassing to discuss bed-wetting with medical professionals.
The number of people in the United States ages 65 an older will double to be around 80 million by 2040. As human life expectancy continues to rise and the aging population continues to grow, older adults tend to put more thought into where they want to live as they age.
Experiencing indigestion ruins the best of meals. While you’d love to chat with your dining companions about the amazing pasta dish you just had, a sour tummy relegates you to the restroom instead. Enjoying a warm cup of tea after a meal soothes an upset stomach and alleviate general discomforts such as gas or bloating. Not only do these tea elixirs aid in digestion, they are also easy to make and quite tasty!
I watched my mom care for Grandma in the final months of her life. We had a “baby monitor” set up by Grandma’s bed, and the other one stayed with mom at all times. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that every five minutes I heard my Grandma’s voice through the monitor. “Elizabeth? Elizabeth?” Then, with more urgency. “Elizabeth! Elizabeth!”
Being a caregiver means juggling a lot of responsibilities. From managing different kinds of medications, scheduling doctor appointments, answering phone calls from concerned loved ones, greeting the hospice nurse, cooking dinner for your care recipient, to keeping the house clean, and perhaps even working a job yourself, you’ve got a lot to keep track of.
Autumn is a beautiful season filled with colorful leaves and amazing flavors. There’s nothing like fresh hot apple cider or a slice of sweet potato pie in the Fall! Those who suffer from chronic inflammation due to diabetes, arthritis or other illnesses might feel limited on what they can enjoy, due to their diet. However, there are plenty of autumn foods that taste delicious while also reducing inflammation. Here’s just a few:
Caregivers do a great deal for those in need, often going above and beyond in their duties to help those ailing and injured. It is because of this selfless quality in caregivers that they tend to overwork themselves, often to the point of exhaustion or even requiring care themselves.