If your loved ones have dysphagia, eating and drinking can be difficult, and mealtimes can become more challenging. We want to share some practical advice and tips on how to manage the symptoms of dysphagia and help those with swallowing difficulties enjoy their food to the fullest.
According to the British Dietetic Association, malnutrition occurs when you don’t get the correct amount of nutrients from your diet. This article is going to focus the signs and symptoms of malnutrition and what to do to help you or a loved one manage it.
Kate was living with dysphagia after overcoming locked in syndrome as a result of her stroke. Even though mealtimes were a challenge, her determination helped her improve swallowing and enjoy food again.
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GORD or GERD) is a chronic digestive disease that causes stomach acid to travel back up the oesophagus, resulting in heartburn.
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Stroke and locked in syndrome survivor Dr. Kate Allatt shares her recovery journey and how she managed her dysphagia through this difficult time.
Oropharyngeal Dysphagia is one of the types of swallowing difficulty that someone can have. Here is a guide on the causes, symptoms and treatments available and how we can help.
Transitioning to a texture modified diet of softer foods can be confusing to begin with. There is a lot of information to process and you might have a lot of questions to ask, some of which we might have answered in this blog post.