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The AgingCare.com forum is filled with people coming together to share valuable information. We’ve compiled experienced caregivers’ best tips and suggestions to prevent and relieve painful muscle cramps associated with Parkinson’s.

The AgingCare.com forum is filled with people coming together to share valuable information. We’ve compiled experienced caregivers’ best tips and suggestions for medications used to manage arthritis pain.

Millions of Americans are prescribed opioid pain medications, but discussions on safe usage and how to reduce the risk of an overdose have fallen by the wayside. Learn how you can help keep yourself and your loved one safe while taking these medicines.

Becoming the primary caregiver for a spouse in chronic pain goes beyond what might be easily imaginable. It poses challenges that are difficult to meet or endure. Asking for help, staying social, keeping a great sense of humor are just a few of the many valuable suggestions AgingCare shares among their community. Accept that you are not alone and seek support, information and resources to take care of yourself while caring for the one you love.

Chronic pain can last for years and is hard to treat. Understanding the mind-body connection can help people cope with chronic pain.

Pain is one of the most complex symptoms to treat. Sufferers aren’t always able to pinpoint exactly where they hurt, making the diagnosis and treatment tricky. But pain shouldn't keep your elderly loved one from enjoying activities they enjoy.

Investigate hospices early, before your elderly parent’s end of life approaches.

Does pain cause depression, or does depression cause pain? Many research studies have been conducted to analyze the connection.

There are ways to make a person who is dying more comfortable and alleviate the physical pain that comes at the end of life. Discomfort can come from a variety of problems, but you and a hospice care provider can help manage the pain of your dying loved one.