Caregiving by nature requires a lot. Because of the complexity of caregiving, we asked fellow professional, personal, and in-home caregivers mistakes they've made and how to avoid them so you can prepare yourself and learn from the mistakes of others rather than the alternative.
The “Continuum of Mobility” is a handy guide to help determine your stage of mobility or that of a loved one. While everyone is somewhere on the Continuum, those further forward require increasing assistance to maintain the same level of independence.
As the days get shorter and shorter during the fall and winter months, our exposure to sunlight and time spent outside, unfortunately, becomes limited. This can cause many people to experience a drop in their mood during these seasons and feel more depressed, sluggish, and hopeless than they do in the spring or summer. There are steps you can take to ease the symptoms and treat your seasonal depression, so it doesn’t get the best of you this winter.
Do you struggle with your energy and sleep levels? Chances are, your circadian rhythm is thrown off. In this article, we cover what circadian rhythm is, how it impacts your health and wellness, how to fix a broken circadian rhythm, and ways to keep yourself energized and healthy by maintaining it.
Light therapy lamps are great for those that struggle with the winter blues or just don't get enough sunlight. For many, they can enhance the quality of life greatly. However, they do require a small learning curve to be effective. We've compiled the top five most common light therapy mistakes and misuses to avoid. Read this to ensure you get the most out of your bright light therapy lamp.
Our light therapy lamp guide goes over everything you need to know when selecting a light therapy lamp from sizing, light intensity, unique features, and more. Our buyer's guide offers a complete light therapy lamp comparison chart to help you select the perfect therapy lamp for your needs and condition as well as FAQ's.