Working Out in Huntington Beach

Do you find yourself tired often? Are you getting enough sleep? Did your doctor mention that working out could help with that…

It was recently reported that more than ninety-seven percent of Americans are said to be “unhealthy.” Approximately fifty percent are obese. The scary part is that one does not have to be obese in order to be “healthy.” Often, most doctors encounter with many people who are patients of all ages who are within their weight zone or even underweight and are in the red zone of being unhealthy.

Not only does a healthy lifestyle consist of a balanced diet or protein, grains, fruits, and vegetables but also physical activity.

Here, at A-1 Home Care, our caregivers have also become companions to many of our seniors due to participating in many activities, including work outs. It is something that our certified caretakers take upon, after they usually consult with their patient’s doctor to see what is a great daily exercise. An opportunity such as working out together does form a strong bond amongst our rooster of caregivers and seniors. It is why our companion service has become more popular over time.

Some fun work outs that most of our seniors find useful and pain-free are (NIH, 2017):

  • Cardio (will vary)
  • Pilates
  • Stretches
  • Yoga
  • Walking
  • Weightlifting (Strength and speed varies)

To find a best match for your loved one, be sure to give our agency a call at our Huntington Beach 949-650-3800 branch or our main office in Santa Fe Springs 562-929-8400.

 

Depression & Companionship for Elderly & Seniors

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It’s unfortunate when our time becomes so constrained when we spend long days at work, have to take care of our children, and deal with other matters as adults.  It’s a sure thing that our Elderly parents miss us and wish us to visit more, especially if we live far away.  When an Elderly individual is socially isolated, lives alone, or is coping with a medical illness such as chronic pain, Cancer, Parkinson’s Disease, or Diabetes, there is a high risk of depression.  Depression is oftentimes confused with the symptoms of medical conditions and thought to be normal, but if left untreated, it can increase the risk of cardiac diseases and accelerate the effects of medical conditions.  Thankfully however, treatment options are effective.

One non-medical option that could benefit your Elderly loved one would be hiring an in-home companion to provide companionship and serve as an activity partner for your loved one.  A-1 Home Care provides compassionate and qualified caregivers, nurse aides, and companions forCompanion Services on a 24 hour live-in basis orhourly part-time basis.  According to PubMed Health, surrounding yourself with caring, positive people and fun activities is one of many preliminary steps to treatment.

If you’re unfamiliar with home care, this article titled Care At Home may be of some assistance in finding the perfect caregiver for your loved one.

A-1 Home Care is a Licensed Bonded and Insured non-medical homecare agency that has been in business since 1991 with an A+ Rating from theBetter Business Bureau and Shield Accreditation.  We specialize in Elder Care services such asArthritis Care, Alzheimer’s Care, Parkinson’s Care,Cancer Care, and Diabetic Care in the communities of Huntington Beach, Seal Beach,Newport Beach, Los Alamitos, Corona Del Mar,Laguna Beach, Irvine, Garden Grove, and others in Orange County.

All of our caregivers must have prior experience, verifiable professional references, a National Background Check/DMV Check, Tuberculosis screening, First Aid/CPR training, Malpractice/Liability insurance, and a personal interview with our office staff.

To hire a compassionate caregiver in your area today, call us at 949 650 3800 for a free in-home assessment.

For more information, visit us at Huntington Beach In Home Care.