Posted by: encinoinhomecare | December 13, 2015

Encino Home Care: Pesticides & Parkinson’s Disease

dreamstime_6077590Got milk?  That’s not necessarily a good thing if you drank more than two cups of milk per day in the 1980s.  According to the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, a pesticide was found in milk during that period of time.  Researchers found that a group of participants who drank at least two cups a day had 40% less brain cells than the other participants who drank less.  The study does not show a causal link but an association between milk consumption and Parkinson’s Disease, a central nervous disease for which there is no known cure or cause.  A-1 Home Care in Encino offers round-the-clock care for seniors who cope with the debilitating symptoms of Parkinson’s on a daily basis.

 

24 Hour Parkinson’s Care

 

The degenerating symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) make life seemingly impossible to live.  Seniors who have PD experience resting tremors, rigid muscles, slow movement, and inability to stand upright.  Families turn to A-1 Home Care in Encino for live-in and live-out care to help their loved ones manage symptoms and assist with daily tasks, such as meal preparation, light housekeeping, transportation, bathing, hygiene and grooming. You can count on our highly skilled caregivers to take care of your elderly loved ones as though they were their own family members.

 

Affordable Home Care in Encino

 

A-1 Home Care offers top-notch in-home care for seniors who live in Encino and surrounding areas such as Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, Burbank, Santa Monica, Calabasas and other cities in Los Angeles County.  If you need low-cost elder care, you can discuss the various financing options that are available to you.  A-1 Home Care also accepts Veteran Benefits and long-term care insurance from providers like John Hancock, Penn Treaty and MetLife Insurance.

 

 

To find a caregiver in your area, call A-1 Home Care (310) 657-8780 or visit our website www.encinoinhomecare.com for more information!

 

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