Category Archives: Elder Care

Helping & Caring Elder & Disabled Person at comfortm of loved one

India become the world’s youngest country in 2020 as per the report “ world’s largest country by 2020. However, on the other side, 20 percent of the population become elder by 2050, according to the State of Elderly in India Report, 2014. As per the census 2011, India has 104 million elder people (60 Plus) i.e constitute 8.6% of the total population staying at home the second largest senior population in the world after China.

Caring Elder Person at home

Increasing the aging population comes with a host of caring challenges related to their elder health and well-being. Mostly young people migrate from their home towns to metro-city or out of India for a job, children’s education, or business, the most family structure is nuclear, and due to the family structure, elderly people have less family, emotional and physical support in case of a health emergency.  Read More... “Helping & Caring Elder & Disabled Person at comfortm of loved one”

Sharpening Mind at Any Age|5 Simple Step

Sharpening Mind at Elder Age|iHomCare™

हर इंसान के लाइफ में कभी न कभी बुढ़ापा जरूर आएगा। कभी-कभी इंसान के लाइफ में ऐसा होता है कि किचेन में रखा सामान भूल जाता है या बातचीत के समय किसी परचित का नाम याद नहीं रहता है , ये मेमोरी लैप्स के लक्षण है जो कि किसी भी उम्र में हो सकता है ,ये जरुरी नहीं है कि ये बढ़ते उम्र के कारन होता है, ये मानसिक चोट या न्यूरोलॉजिकल बीमारी के कारण भी होता है।
रिसर्च से साबित होता है कि आप अपने मेमोरी लॉस या भूलने कि समस्या को कम कर सकते हैं और अपने थोड़ा हेल्थ रूटीन में चेंज कर डेमेंटिया या मनोभ्रंश से बच सकते हैं।

Everybody has the occasional “senior moment.”  Read More... “Sharpening Mind at Any Age|5 Simple Step”

This is Your Brain on Alcohol

It’s no mystery that alcohol affects our brains, and most slight drinkers like the way it makes them sense — happier, less careworn, greater sociable.

Technological know-how has proven alcohol’s sense-precise impact; pet scans have shown that alcohol releases endorphins (the “pleasure hormones”) which bind to opiate receptors within the mind. Although immoderate drinking is related to an increased danger of dementia, decades of observational studies have indicated that slight drinking — defined as no multiple drinks a day for girls and two for men — has few sick effects. (a drink equals 50ml of 80-proof spirits, 150ml of wine, or 350ml of beer.)  Read More... “This is Your Brain on Alcohol”