Brain Exercises to Improve Memory

August 9th, 2014 (No Comments)

Brain Exercises to Improve Memory Brain exercises are a good way to keep your mind sharp and stay on top of your game. Reports find that brain exercises, some as simple as face recognition or number matching, can go a long way to improve memory and delay the effects of long term memory loss. We […]

Good vs. Bad Vegetables

July 31st, 2014 (No Comments)

Whether you’re in the Phoenix Home Health Care system or simply concerned about what you put in your body, not all vegetables are created equal. Some should be eaten every day and others are just bad vegetables, in comparison. Veggies: The Good, the Bad, the Fattening According to Dr. Mercola, some vegetables offer better nutritional […]

Six Tips for Better Napping

July 19th, 2014 (No Comments)

6 Tips for Better Napping Hear what our experts have to say about improving Phoenix home health care with smart napping. Read our tips for better napping and give a pop quiz to your home care Phoenix providers. You will understand why our company is the best of the best when it comes to offering […]

Benefits of Swimming for the Elderly

July 7th, 2014 (No Comments)

Benefits of Swimming for the Elderly Swimming is an aerobic activity that gets the muscles going and is a perfect way for people to stay in shape, particularly the elderly thanks to its low-impact nature. As the fourth most popular sport in America, swimming for just two and a half hours a week can reduce […]

Good vs. Bad, Let’s Talk Fresh Fruits

June 30th, 2014 (No Comments)

Good Fruit vs. Bad Fruit If you use a Home Care Phoenix provider, you’ve probably noticed that fruits are commonly served at meal times. Here at MD Home Health, we treat fruits as a healthy snack and encourage you to replace those unhealthy sweets with the all natural, nutritious apples, grapes, and more! As a […]

Not Enough or Too Much Sleep

June 15th, 2014 (No Comments)

Not Enough or Too Much Sleep Sleep is important especially for those involved in home care. As a Phoenix Home Health Care provider, we encourage both our staff members and clients to practice a healthy sleep routine. Because we are passionate about home care in Phoenix, we have decided to share some tips about sleep […]

Easy Ways For the Elderly to Stay in Shape

June 4th, 2014 (No Comments)

Though regular exercise has long since been proven to have a multitude of health benefits, many fail to make the effort to stay in shape.  As we get older and our bodies slow down, it can be even more difficult to pick ourselves off the couch for a jog around the park.  Multiple studies, however, […]

Keep Your Brain Healthy By Feeding It With Words

May 22nd, 2014 (No Comments)

In this digitally age, the Internet offers fast connections, videos at an accelerated speed and instant access to information  – all at a much faster rate than reading a traditional book. After all, why spend time flipping through 476 pages of Harry Potter when we can watch it in 3 hours on TV with sound […]

The Power of Therapeutic Writing

March 24th, 2014 (No Comments)

The therapeutic power of art has been known about and explored for centuries. Whether through painting, music, or writing, both artists and non-artists alike have used these mediums of expression as effective ways to heal the soul. It may not seem like it at first, but an easy way to start healing your soul and […]

Art Is Beauty, Art is Therapeutic

March 19th, 2014 (No Comments)

For hundreds of years, art has been both beautiful and therapeutic and will only continue to provide benefits as time goes on. Art can literally freeze a moment in time and even freeze the viewer as they ponder the meaning or theme of the artwork. Emotions can be demonstrated brilliantly with art and can help […]