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Heart Healthy Advice from Experts

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Heart Valve Disease Risk Factors

Heart valve disease is a common health issue in seniors that is derived from other risk factors which include high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure, smoking, insulin resistance, diabetes, overweight or obesity, lack of physical activity, and a family history of early heart disease. However, some people are born with an aortic valve that has two flaps instead of three.

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Vision Loss and Fall Risks in Seniors

Daily tasks such as grocery shopping or navigating public spaces can be a source of extreme anxiety in seniors with vision loss. Having limited vision may also mean risks of falling in an unfamiliar place—fear that leads many seniors to become homebound and isolated.

With Allied Home Health Care, Inc. you can age with no fear. You can still go shopping or go around places because we are here to help you stay mobile and independent.

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Fact of the Day

Exercising is a must to keep your heart fit and able to pump blood efficiently around your body. Without regular exercise, the body slowly loses its strength, stamina, and ability to properly function.

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Brisk Walk for a Healthy Heart

Exercises such as an energetic walk are crucial for the heart. Seniors are encouraged to have at least 30 minutes of energetic walk a day to:

• Prevent heart disease

• Lower the risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, and stroke

• Help fight battle to quit smoking

• Aid cardiac rehabilitation

• Establish heart-healthy habits

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Can Omega-3 Fatty Acids Save You from Heart Disease?

Every day, millions of people around the world take fish oil supplements in the hope of saving themselves from developing heart disease. Although studies have revealed that those who have fish regularly as part of a healthy, balanced diet will have a lower risk of heart problems, the National Institute of Health (NIH) clarified that it is not clear yet whether these benefits come from fish or omega-3 in particular.

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

We will never get tired of caring for you. Seeing your happy faces makes us fall in love with our job more and more each day.

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!

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Tobacco and Seniors’ Heart Health

Tobacco contributes to seniors’ poor health in various ways, such as in reducing the concentration of oxygen in the blood and inflaming the lining of the lungs. Seniors who completely quit smoking may increase their chances of living longer. Cigarette smoking is tied to heart disease because the chemicals and compounds in tobacco damage blood vessels, which then increases their chances of forming blood clots. If you quit smoking, your blood vessels start healing.

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Vascular Dementia and Stroke

A person who has had a stroke or who has diabetes or heart disease is approximately twice as likely to develop vascular dementia. Sleep apnea, a condition where breathing stops for a few seconds or minutes during sleep, is also a possible risk factor. Someone can reduce their risk of dementia by keeping these conditions under control through taking prescribed medicines (even if they feel well) and following professional advice about their lifestyle.

(Source: www.alzheimers.org.uk/about-dementia/types-dementia/risk-factors-vascular-dementia)

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Quote of the Day

“Never get tired of doing little things for others. Sometimes, those little things occupy the biggest parts of their heart.”

- Unknown

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