Safety Solutions for Seniors in Diamond Bar

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Despite some many have slowed down, the importance of exercise for seniors and elderly to stay healthy remains high.  But because falls can be much more dangerous for this group of individuals, safety should be emphasize even more than usual as the top priority.  If the individual has been inactive for some time, start off slowly with low level exercise, then work your way up.  According to NIH Senior Health, those at high risk of chronic disease such as heart disease or diabetes, or are obese, should visit the doctor and discuss about becoming more physically active.  However, it is equally important to know when to stop exercising.  If you are experiencing pain or pressure in the chest, neck, shoulder or arm, feeling dizzy, having a cold sweat, or other pains like muscle cramps, seek help immediately.

A-1 Home Care in Diamond Bar offers exceptional caregivers like Kirk Javier and Jordann Juarez who are willing to give their maximum effort in order to provide them with the independence they deserve.  Whether it is Arthritis Care, After Surgery Care, Diabetic Care, Hospice Care, Parkinson Care, and other Elderly Care Services. No matter where you or your loved ones are located, we cover cities such as Diamond Bar, San Dimas, La Verne, Covina, Claremont, Walnut, Montclair, Pomona, Chino Hills, Riverside, Moreno Valley, Baldwin Park and many more cities in Los Angeles and Orange County. Each of our caregivers are carefully screened, and are required to have training in First Aid and CPR.  So you can leave the caring responsibilities to A-1 Home Care without a worry.

Call 909-861-770 to begin service today, or visit www.diamondbardinhomecare.com to learn more.

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