DYING AT HOME

In order to get a better understanding of what is a stroke and how it should be prevented, it’s important to know a few things about it. It is far more often happening to females rather than males (on a ratio of 60 to 40), which means that women should be especially careful to avoid that… If described, in short, the cerebrovascular diseases are conditions that come up as a result of issues and blockages with the blood vessels that supply the brain. Four of the most…

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LIVING EACH DAY

Surround yourself with what makes you happy. Do things that you fear. Spend time with people who you love and make you feel loved. But whatever you do, do not wallow, do not fear, do not put your life on hold. Yes, you will feel these overwhelming emotions, but you will also find out how brave and tenacious you really are.

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HOSPICE AT HOME

When people think of hospice, they don’t think of home, but of a care facility. About 70 percent of people receive hospice at home – and that number continues to rise. As we’re sure many can agree, being at home is more comfortable. People opt to have hospice there for that very reason.

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END OF LIFE CONVERSATIONS

Of all the conversations you expect to have in life, the end-of-life one is probably the most difficult. This particular conversation needs to be about you and your wishes. And conveying these wishes is hard for people. It is difficult enough with a life-limiting diagnosis, but letting loved ones know about it and what you expect can put additional stress on an already unimaginable situation. But there are some things you can do to help you prepare for these conversations and make them easier to have with your loved ones.

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