Tessa’s primary care physician advised her to take melatonin to help with the sleep and wrote her prescriptions for the other ailments. Tessa confesses, “I would take 12 melatonin pills, plus all my other meds that I’m on, and I still couldn’t sleep. There were days when I had to go home early because I was afraid it wouldn’t be safe for me (to wait any longer) to drive [from exhaustion].”
Looking for ways to practice more self-care? Make 2019 your year. Whether your goal is getting fit, spending more time on yourself, or something else, local experts have you covered with helpful tips, tricks, and ways to experience what you should love the most— yourself.
A new year always brings motivation to make changes for the better, the potential to find ways to reach our full potential and live our best lives. You might be making New Year’s resolutions about your career, relationships or, more often than not, your health. This issue is all about taking care of yourself.
Finding out that you or a loved one is experiencing the early stages of dementia can be devastating and confusing. How do you know whether a person is having a momentary lapse of memory or whether there is truly cause for concern?
Mercy Health Talks presents this month’s topic on Diabetes Awareness. One out of 11 Americans are diagnosed with diabetes, and it’s important to know your risk. Rita Sowinski, R.N. will share information on risk factors, preventions and advocacy. Join the conversation and learn the proper steps for your health. King Road Branch Library | 3900
The Nursing Home Transition Program at The Ability Center, Toledo (ACT) has helped 815 people achieve independent living since the program was established in 2000.