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3 Habits to Avoid When Dealing with Patients Living with Dementia

A decline in memory is part of aging. It makes us forget some of the most mundane things that we encounter every day, people and events. Although being forgetful is essentially a human trait, at some point, it becomes an alarming condition that we need to address. Abundant Life Assisted Services, a provider of senior … Continue reading

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The Effects of Stress on the Elderly

Stress is a serious problem that can affect anyone regardless of age. However, the older we get, the more evident the impact of stress will become. Stress is known to cause numerous issues including accelerated aging, reduced energy levels, and even declining mental health. Here are a few of the effects that stress has on … Continue reading

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Turning Back the Clock: Living a Younger Lifestyle

Just because you are getting older, it does not mean you have to give up living the lifestyle you love. With regular exercise, a healthy diet, and the helping hands of Abundant Life Assisted Services, we can help you improve every aspect of your life. Through our personalized Senior Home Care Services in Georgia, here’s … Continue reading

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3 Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease and Its Symptoms

Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia where you experience various mental disabilities. Simply put, there are three stages of Alzheimer’s disease: Mild Stage In this stage, the disability is just starting to manifest itself in non-major symptoms like the following: Short-Term Memory Loss. This means forgetting recent events. For instance, if the person was … Continue reading

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Senior Care: 5 Tips for Approaching Dementia Patients

Having dementia is not easy. Your elderly loved one will be experiencing memory loss, forgetting appointments and even family members’ names, not to mention the mood swings from time to time. There is no simple way to understand dementia patients because some symptoms are different from person to person. However, there are ways you can … Continue reading

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