Yoga Tips for Greensboro Seniors

While aging can limit a senior’s energy levels, flexibility, and even the ability to learn new things, yoga is one exercise that most Gate City seniors can participate in on some level. Seniors will need to take a few extra precautions and follow these tips to increase their chances of yoga success: Remember to Breathe … Continue reading Yoga Tips for Greensboro Seniors

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Signs of Decline that Show an Elderly Relative May Need In Home Care

It can be difficult to notice at times when an elderly relatives begin to experience metal or physical decline. However, it is important for family and caregivers to remain diligent and note any changes in behavior or ability to function. The elderly are themselves unlikely to mention issues for fear of losing their independence. It … Continue reading Signs of Decline that Show an Elderly Relative May Need In Home Care

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Simple Sleep Tips for Seniors

With ideal weather and so much to see and do, including the Bog Gardens, Greensboro, North Carolina attracts many senior residents. However, if your senior is lacking in sleep, they may not be enjoying much of what this amazing city has to offer. Signs and symptoms of poor sleep in seniors can be a bit … Continue reading Simple Sleep Tips for Seniors

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Scientific Study Establishes Link Between Singing and Well-Being in Seniors

According to a George Washington University (GWU) study, while music therapy on its own is effective in treating conditions such as memory loss and reducing anxiety, while increasing feelings of wellness and confidence, singingis even more effective. Music performance in the form of singing was shown in the study to improve speech communication, increase emotional … Continue reading Scientific Study Establishes Link Between Singing and Well-Being in Seniors

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Successful Aging in Place with Alzheimer’s

Your aging parent or other loved one who lives alone may be beginning to show signs of dementia, perhaps even the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. You want to begin to make plans but it is a difficult conversation to have without appearing to be trying to make decisions for them. You also know that … Continue reading Successful Aging in Place with Alzheimer’s

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