• 16 AUG 2021
    Incontinence in the elderly –  What does it mean and is it treatable?

    Incontinence in the elderly – What does it mean and is it treatable?

    Incontinence is a common problem, especially in the elderly, and means involuntary urination. However, it is a delicate topic that is not to be neglected and, fortunately, has become more and more discussed in recent years. A variety of medications are already available on the market but there is still no definite proven effect for

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    • 05 AUG 2021
    How to behave when visiting a relative with dementia?

    How to behave when visiting a relative with dementia?

    You already know that in most cases, conversations with relatives who suffer from Alzheimer’s, or another form of dementia do not go smoothly, and this is understandable. Sometimes they don’t even make sense, no matter how hard you try to “get into the shoes” of the person, it is very difficult to understand what he

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    • 06 JUL 2021
    What does palliative and hospice care mean and is it applied in Bulgaria?

    What does palliative and hospice care mean and is it applied in Bulgaria?

    You probably read or hear more and more often that the provision of palliative care in our country is a problem and most of the patients do not receive innovative therapies, adequate treatment, or appropriate medications. But what does palliative care mean to you? Do you know if you or your loved one needs them?

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    • 28 JUN 2021
    Six myths about memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease

    Six myths about memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease

    Saying “I don’t know where my keys are” doesn’t always mean that you suffer from dementia. Many people worry about memory loss and believe that this is the first sign of Alzheimer’s disease. We assure you that not all people with memory problems suffer from some form of dementia. In this week’s article, we will

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