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Malibu Caregivers for Elders who have suffered from recent Heart Attack


Experienced Malibu Heart Attack Recovery Care focuses on Healthy Foods and Lifestyle


What do you do after a heart attack? Some people suffer heart attacks, or myocardial infarction after years of coping with heart disease. Others experience them out of the blue. Whatever the case, it’s important to know why and how seniors can make important lifestyle changes to adjust to their post heart attack lifestyle.


After your heart attack, you’ll need treatment for coronary heart disease. This will prevent another heart attack and improve subsequent quality of life. Tips include: 1. Lifestyle changes (smoking cessation, healthy eating, weight) 2. Medicines to control blood pressure and chest pain 3. A cardiac rehabilitation program


Adapting to a brand new routine for coping after a major medical condition such as heart attack, stroke or brain damage is always a struggle. In the weeks and months after heart attack, it is imperative to receive proper attention and care for heart health. Seniors interested in Malibu In Home Senior Care can call A-1 Home Care to receive post heart attack caregiving services.


A-1 Home Care is a nonmedical home health agency that specializes in live in eldercare. We provide our services in neighborhoods around Malibu, Encino, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Calabasas, Westlake Village, Van Nuys, Los Angeles, Studio City, Thousand Oaks, and Woodland Hills.


Call 310-657-8780 to arrange experienced care


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