How Wearables Can Help You Stay Healthy
From the Pebble to the Apple Watch to Samsung Galaxy Gear, smartwatches are the talk of the town. Are you ready to jump on the bandwagon?
Wearables are great for keeping track of your health and keeping you safe as you age. These are some of my favorite wearables for seniors.
Track your steps
When it comes to caring for the elderly, there are some obvious things that come to mind, and physical health is foremost among them. Given the prevalence of medical conditions relating to the body among the elderly, concerns about broken bones, strokes, and so forth are all vital aspects of care. However, one thing that can sometimes sadly be overlooked is the mental component of elderly care.
Why We Should Care About The Mind
Taking care of a senior with dementia, including Alzheimer's, requires patience and dedication. Dementia may progress slowly giving family and friends an opportunity to seek help from medical specialists in the field of geriatrics.
There are more medications on the market now to help people with Alzheimer's. who are forgetting the names of close friends and family member. They may even be forgetting how to care for themselves.
Alzheimer’s Disease is often seen as an illness which robs sufferers of their most precious memories, sometimes to the point where those with Alzheimer’s don’t even remember who their loved ones are.
But Alzheimer’s Disease does more than attack attack people’s minds; it is also a fatal illness.