Updated: Dec 7, 2018
Do you want to live passionately?
Hire private duty care. A home companion for someone who lives alone (or a couple) can do light housework or cooking for you, take you shopping or just share a meal with you. It can be a wonderful bridge for someone in the margin. Just one or two hours a day can be enough to keep that person safe.
Moderate Daily Activity Reduces Risk of Early Death
New research confirms what we already know: the benefits of daily physical exercise are substantial. However, this particular study revealed a strong association between inactivity and early death, and showed that even individuals with an increased Body Mass Index (BMI) benefited from daily physical activity, even just a brisk 20 minute walk.
The results of the study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Exercise, determined that lack of exercise was responsible for twice as many early deaths than obesity.
"This is a simple message: just a small amount of physical activity each day could have substantial health benefits for people who are physically inactive," said Professor Ulf Ekelund, the leader of the study.- ageinplace.org
Let Compassionate Concierge help you or your loved on continue with daily activities. It really is possible to age in place with a little assistance. Assistance could be simple such as getting your loved one out of the house for a little bit, maybe they would like their hair done, or to get a few groceries. It could mean helping them with household chores, running errands, organizing, and most importantly companionship. Keeping the social piece of our lives is important to feeling, acting, and staying younger longer. Are you the primary caregiver for an aging parent and have children at home? Do you find it difficult to balance your time between, home, work, aging parents, and children? Do you want some time to yourself? Having a companion in life can free up sometime for you; making you less stressed and enabling you to have more quality time with family and friends. Call me today! Let me HELP!