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Palliative Care

This is a very sensitive care support offered by the elerly care team. This support as we know, it is particularly based on individual needs. Palliative care can be quite different from one person to the next.
It aims to improve the quality of life of people with serious or life-altering illnesses, it addresses both the symptoms and the stress of living with a chronic illness. Palliative care can be helpful for many conditions some of which are, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, dementia, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (copd).

Palliative Care

Reagle Health is aware that the palliative care is a multidisciplinary treatment that requires coordinated care. We have a team raised and trained to cooperate with all other specialised professionals to ensure a holistic wellbeing over the course of the illness. This is to provide care in other to assist you alleviate symptoms, including side effects of treatment, to understand the illness and its progression, to assist you in understanding treatment options, assist you in making treatment decisions, and coordinating your care as well as helps in identifying and accessing additional resources to provide support. This will help reduce discomfort, anxiety, or insomnia associated with difficulty breathing. Encourage
lifestyle changes such as quitting smoking, that can improve your activity level and slow the progress of your illness.
A number of studies suggest that palliative care is most effective when started early, closer to diagnosis, putting off the common misconception that you have to wait until the illness is in a later stage or terminal to get palliative help. Our palliative care team are out to provide emotional and practical support to you and your loved ones whilst ensuring maximum comfort to the customer.

Help you maintain heart healthy diet with fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins like fish; quitting smoking

Help managing stress with exercise which is a great way to manage hypertensio. Activities include: meditation, deep breathing, massage, muscle relaxation, yoga or tai chi

Being hydrated with the right liquids; quitting to alcohol

Ensuring the administration of your medication

Help increase your physical activity in addition to help you lose weight (if your doctor has recommended it), exercise can help lower blood pressure naturally, and strengthen your cardiovascular system.

Ensuring bed time is observed, especially night care

Taking you for medical appointments