Answers to 8 Most Popular Questions About Heart Failure

1. What is the difference between Heart Failure and Heart Attack?

Most heart attacks happen suddenly when one of the arteries leading to the heart becomes blocked and cuts off the blood flow. Without oxygen, the heart muscles start to die.

Heart failure usually develops gradually. The heart muscle becomes weaker and has trouble pumping blood to nourish the cells in your body. This is a chronic condition that gradually gets worse.

What Is Heart Failure? Important Facts & Information

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First of all, “Heart Failure” doesn’t mean that your heart has stopped all of a sudden and you are about to die. It means that the heart muscle became so weak that it has trouble pumping blood strongly enough to nourish your body. This leads to developing a serious health condition that requires medical care.

Five New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers

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With the new year upon us, many aspire for a new start. Usually, that means setting new goals for oneself, big and small. These goals are noted to be “new years resolutions” yet, as a caregiver, sometimes the priorities shift and goals are often circulated around their loved one’s needs. 

Heartwarming Thanks to Our Caregivers!

In this time of Thanksgiving, we want to express our appreciation to all of you!

Thank you for the work you do to make our agency great! Without your commitment, patience and professionalism, we would not be the thriving company we are. 

May this joyous season bring you peace, health, and happiness throughout the coming year!