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Author Archives: Louise Savoie

Psychological Symptoms of Depression: A Sign That It’s Time to Get Screened

Depression is a common mental illness that affects almost everybody, but this is not all. If left untreated, depression can lead to more severe consequences that affect your physical health and increase the risks of health issues. Hence, it is a must to get screened when you feel you have signs or symptoms of depression. … Continue reading

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Foods That Keep the Eyes Healthy

People believe that aging impacts the health of our eyes—and it’s natural. Well, this is a wrong connotation because your eyes are dependent on your habits. Healthy habits such as eating the right food are proven to be effective in keeping your eyes in good condition. Chajinel Home Care Services has listed some foods that … Continue reading

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2 Tips for Aging Gracefully

Aging is a process that we cannot stop, at least not yet, so it is important to take the steps necessary to slow down this process as much as we can. As we get older we will be faced with two choices. We can either continue living the life we love or we can become … Continue reading

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Overcoming Depression at an Advanced Age

Does life feel empty? Depression is a condition that can affect anyone regardless of age, gender, background, or creed but it can be especially difficult for senior citizens. Depression can make a once happy life feel hollow, pointless, and numb. The hardest part about this condition is that we do not even know the reason … Continue reading

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A Closer Look at Neurocognitive Disorders (NCD)

A neurocognitive disorder, also known as dementia, talks about an extensive variety of disorders that target the brain. Every single NCD highlights a procured intellectual deterioration in at least one subjective space. These disorders have a tendency to include issues with reasoning, thinking, memory, and critical thinking. Depending on how serious the symptoms of an … Continue reading

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