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Life & Recovery after a Brain Aneurysm

Lisa – Brain Aneurysm Survivor with her family.

Lisa remembers getting up early one morning, taking a walk with her church group, then having a cup of cup of coffee. She looked at her watch and realized she was going to be late to her personal training appointment. And that’s all she remembers for the following five weeks, […]

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How to get a Good Night’s Sleep—Part Two

Woman feeling refreshed after a good night’s sleep.

This is the second post in a two part series on how to get a better night’s sleep. You can read the first post here for more helpful tips. Falling asleep isn’t always easy, especially when stress, to-do lists, and worry get in the way. Fortunately, there are practical ways […]

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Five Interesting Books for Caregivers

Books for Caregivers

Everyone knows providing care for someone is a thankless, rewarding, tiresome, uplifting, roller coaster that is filled with many twists and turns along the way. Fortunately, for those who experience caregiving in some way, shape or form, there are many books available to read about various elements of the process. […]

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Mind Works: 8 Tips for Keeping Your Brain Sharp, Focused and Ready for Action

8 Tips for Keeping your Brain Sharp

The idea of working out one’s brain may seem strange. But treating the brain as a muscle (it’s not: it’s an organ) and regularly exercising it can reduce the risk of dementia by as much as 63-percent, according to a study in The New England Journal of Medicine. Here are […]

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How to get a Good Night’s Sleep — Part one

Getting a good night’s sleep

This is the first post in a two part series on how to get a better night’s sleep.  Many factors can affect our sleep: stress, illness, children and more. Maybe you can fall asleep easily, but wake up for good in the middle of the night. Or, maybe it takes […]

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