About cancer, what can you do about it?

Cancer cells are abnormal and takes over your normal cell functions and will deplete your body with important nutrients. Sounds like parasites, molds, fungus and other microbes inhabiting us and all of a sudden becomes our enemies devouring our good cells. When death occurs, they come out as black matter from liquid running out our nose or our fecal matter mixed with blood and debri of cancer cells, black.

Before cancer can multiply, there are signs that you can notice many years before from chronic lack of sleep, chronic pain, chronic fatigue, chronic bloating or metabolic disorders, chronic cough and loss of appetite or loss of weight.

What can you do about it, stay away from cancer causing fumes, molds, fungus, toxic metals, toxic foods, cancer causing or hormone disrupting chemicals from hormones fed in cows, plastics, and other carcinogens from burned BBQ meat and others you can easily notice since they are not whole foods but processed and they can make you ill, nauseous and gives you tummy or head ache.

So what else can we do about cancer, you can slowly detox your body from these toxins with sleep, clean air and water, whole foods, exercise, sunshine and avoidance of these toxins.

Hospice seniors in the bay area are increasing in numbers as cancer become the main causes of their illness. As caregivers from Motherhealth, we provide family-centered care and personalize that we treat each one like family, ensuring comfort from massage, home made foods (with thickening agent) and whole foods.

Text 408-854-1883 for holistic home health and home care aid from MOtherhealth LLC

How we do home care for those who are in hospice care in the bay area

We are often called by hospice nurses to care for seniors in hospice in their homes. We provide comforting presence, massage and home care, non medical.

Many of them cry to us and we hug them and massage their aching bodies. You can tell from their faces that this is the only time they experienced massage. Do burn an incense often in your homes.

Text 408-8541883 or motherhealth@gmail.com if you need caregivers in your homes in the bay area.

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Caregiving advice

A family in San Jose is looking for reliever for their caregiver sister for their mother with Dementia from Wed to Sat and can afford only $15 per hour. I suggested they get a sitter from their community whom they can train and speaks their own language. Important to train on home emergencies such as food poisoning, UTI, hygiene and infection and preventing falls and other emergencies.

A San Leandro family called to get home care for their mother at home who is currently in a care home with $4500 budget. I suggested that their mother is better in care home setting since one on one care at home can cost up to $7000 or more per month and their budget is only $4500 per month and that to work with an estate planner/lawyer for cost saving ways for senior care.

A San Jose family whose father has Parkinson wanted 3-week home care and I suggested for a male caregiver who can also help with exercise , massage, housekeeping and other tasks for home caregiving.

There are many ways to find solution for home care. Text 408-854-1883 to ask Connie, what is suggested for your personalize care for your parents who are over 65 and need home care help at home with caring caregivers who can also provide massage, care for your pets, cook gourmet meals, help with exercise, monitor health and other tasks to comfort your parents at home who are home alone and need to prevent emergencies.

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Comparison of home care agencies

Motherhealth vs Family Matters, Joinhonor, Home Care Assistance or other agencies

With Motherhealth caregivers, there is a case coordinator who monitors and trains caregivers regularly and care for clients when the caregiver is not available such as driving, and other extra care tasks.

Motherhealth also ensures that the client gets holistic home care with use of massage, exercise, music, hugs, gourmet meals and other care.

Motherhealth responds promptly to any changes in schedule and ensures that there is always a reliever or caregiver on duty who is trained based on the needs of the client.

Text 408-854-1883 for free in home care assessment and answers to questions that you have about senior home care using private home care aid or caregiver some of whom are CNAs and other health care pros.

 

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When a cancer or internist doctor advice for 24/7 home care

Doctors are recommending 24/7 home care with a caregiver to help a patient with terminal illness or a senior in hospice care be comforted and have a companion while being home-bound or bed-bound. A caregiver can bring personalize care that family members cannot provide. There are more tasks that a 12 hour shift or live-in caregiver can provide providing respite care and needed help for the family who also helps in the care.

Some patients who are dying do not sleep at night. Many seniors never experienced being massaged and Motherhealth caregivers provide loving touch massage.

They are exercised while sitting or lying on their bed. Exercise, massage and hugs are what define Motherhealth caregivers who assist in daily living, performs light housekeeping and monitors health.

Trained and also monitored, caregivers can cook gourmet meals suited to the health needs of the client.

Text 408-854-1883 to learn how to match caregivers with your parents who are bed-bound or home-bound. Let quality of life be within reach.

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Free consultation and assessment with caregiving needs here…

Music therapy for all health issues

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Music has shown positive effects in a variety of patient populations for improving symptoms related to different diseases and disorders. Here’s a sampling of some of the more common uses of music therapy.

PATIENT POPULATION NONMUSIC BEHAVIORS
Autism spectrum disorder Movement, communication, speech and language, social skills, attention, cognition, activities of daily living
Alzhteimer’s disease and dementia Memory, mood, social interaction
Traumatic brain injury Movement, communication, speech and language, social skills, attention, memory, cognition
Mental health and mood disorders Self-esteem, awareness of self and environment, expression, reality testing, social skills, attention, cognition
Pain management Anxiety and stress, mood, feelings of control
Cancer Anxiety and stress, mood, feelings of control, coping skills
Movement disorders and stroke Movement, speech and language, swallowing , respiratory control,
memory, cognition
Hospice Anxiety and stress, mood, feelings of control, coping skills

Elizabeth Stegemöller is a board-certified music therapist and neuroscientist at Iowa State University, where she studies the effects of music on movement and associated neurophysiology in persons with Parkinson’s disease.