Almost half of all older adults suffer from arthritis-related joint pain, making it a common health concern among the U.S. elderly population. Arthritis is especially likely to affect high-traffic joints that are used often, such as the knees, shoulders, and lower back.
If you are a senior citizen or know someone who suffers from chronic pain brought on by arthritis or another condition, here are a few things that can help provide relief:
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According to research, an astounding 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (PD) each year. As a progressive nervous system disorder, PD manifests as a slight tremor in one hand, then, over time, other symptoms take hold. PD affects a person’s movement and causes rigidity, unstable posture, asymmetrical resting tremors, speech changes, impaired balance, and writing changes that become more noticeable as time passes.
If a loved one is struggling to cope with PD, make sure you provide the support, love, and care they need to feel better and manage their condition. Use this guide as a resource as you help them along their journey.
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Painful Intercouse, or known as dyspareunia, occurs due to reasons that range from structural problems to psychological concerns. Here are some things to know about painful intercouse:
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