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proper care for the body also includes sufficient sleep and rest,regular exercise simple but nutritious meals and drinking eight to ten glasses of water everyday.
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It is care that is proper.
No, "comfort care" should not be capitalized unless it's at the beginning of a sentence.
I would use the extra pillows and blankets for comfort and positioning strategy to provide comfort for a person in pallitive care.
The goal of end of life care is to comfort.
You have to use proper hygiene. Take showers, brush teeth, and clean well.
they are important for comfort. ahahaha
A:Of course Mother Teresa cared about her body. She thought about both her comfort and her health. When flying around the world, she travelled in first class comfort. She died surrounded in her own bedroom by sophisticated and expensive cardiac equipment, which had been specially fitted for her in the order's Motherhouse.
With proper treatment (medications, regular checks of the aorta, preventative surgery), a person with Marfan syndrome has an average life expectancy into their mid 70s. If a person does not know they have the diagnosis or does not do proper care, the life expectancy can be the 40s. This is why proper diagnosis is key!