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Symptoms of sepsis in older adults

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Sepsis is a serious medical condition that is characterised by the body’s extreme response to an infection. It can arise from any type of infection, including bacterial, viral, fungal, or parasitic infections. Sepsis is a medical emergency that requires rapid diagnosis and treatment, as it can lead to organ failure,...
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Ageing Well – overall health

By Advice, Ageing Well
Although ageing is inevitable, many scientists, professors and doctors are exploring what steps we can take to minimise the effects of ageing on our physical and mental health. Instilling healthy habits for a healthy life into your everyday routine can have a positive impact on how well you age. In...
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Dementia and time perception

By Advice, Ageing Well
As experts in elder care, we know that supporting a loved one with dementia and understanding the challenges they face can be daunting. Those with dementia often have memory impairment, which particularly affects short-term memory. This can cause a loved one to forget recent events or experiences, making it difficult...
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Exercise for the elderly

By Advice, Ageing Well
Why are elderly fitness programmes so important? As we age, maintaining a regular exercise routine becomes increasingly more important to our overall wellbeing. Remaining active can help muscles to stay strong, improve flexibility, improve brain function, support the cardiovascular system, increase balance, and boost the immune system. If your loved...
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Does your parent need domiciliary care?

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What to look for to determine when a parent needs domiciliary care Knowing exactly when an elderly parent needs domiciliary care can be very difficult. As in-home elder care experts, our team has helped many families who have come to this decision. We can create a care package for your loved...
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Early signs and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease

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Parkinson's disease is a progressive neurological disorder that causes damage to the brain. People with Parkinson's have insufficient dopamine in their brain because some of the nerve cells that make this chemical have stopped working. According to the Parkinson’s Organisation, around 153,000 people in the UK are already living with Parkinson’s. It is...
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