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Alzheimer’s and the need for safety.   Safety is important for everyone, but the need for a comprehensive safety plan is particularly important for a person with Alzheimer’s as the disease progresses.   Alzheimer’s disease causes a number of changes in the brain and body that may affect safety. Depending
Alzheimer’s: Safety at Home   Depending on the stage of the disease, provided that safety measures are in place, an individual with dementia can live in the comfort of his or her own home or a caregiver’s home.   As the disease progresses, the person’s abilities will change. But, with
Important Documents to Keep on Hand   There are several important documents that should be accessible in case of emergency.   Doctor’s names and contact information. A list of current medications and dosages. Phone numbers and addresses of local police and fire departments, hospitals, and poison control. A list of

6 Easy Steps to Lower your Blood Pressure

Posted by Syed Zaib on November 16, 2017
Category: Health Care, inTouch
MAINTAIN A HEALTHY WEIGHT Check with your health care provider to see if you need to lose weight. If you do, lose weight slowly using a healthy eating plan and engaging in physical activity.   BE PHYSICALLY ACTIVE Engage in physical activity for a total of 30 minutes on most