Recent data from the Centers for Disease Control reports that over 120 million people in the United States have diabetes or have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes. If you’re providing Hands On Care for an older parent, relative, or spouse, there’s a good chance that you’re also helping them manage diabetes symptoms.
Today, we at ALLIANCE Healthcare Partners LLC a professional provider of Home Health Care in Columbus, Ohio are here to give you 5 practical tips you can use to help loved ones manage their conditions and live a better, healthier life.
- Learn as much as you can about their specific condition. This will equip you with the necessary knowledge and skills to successfully provide care for your loved one.
- Make lifestyle changes together, such as exercising more and eating a healthier diet, to encourage your loved ones to stick it out — challenges are more fun when you don’t have to do it alone.
- Help your elderly loved one practice self-soothing techniques such as meditation, yoga, or tai chi to help combat stress and anxiety.
- Encourage self-monitoring to your loved ones. This way, they will become more informed of their current condition and be more prepared and knowledgeable on the ways of handling it.
Keep your loved ones safe and secure — get them Compassionate Caring in Ohio! Contact us today for more details!