All You Need to Know about Osteoporosis!

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May is National Osteoporosis Month and a great time for the elderly to take a closer look at their bone health. Although osteoporosis can happen at any age, it is more common in older adults. As you age, your body has difficulty keeping up & building new bones in order to replace the deteriorating old … Continue reading All You Need to Know about Osteoporosis!

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Ways to Boost Your Quality Of Life with Low Vision in Old Age

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It is common to experience changes in the vision throughout your life; however it typically gets worse as you age. A pair of reading glasses may help, but if they do not, and your vision continues to interfere with your daily activities, such as reading, driving, etc.; you may have low vision. Some of the … Continue reading Ways to Boost Your Quality Of Life with Low Vision in Old Age

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How A Dementia Care Provider Can Make Your Lives Easier?

No matter how loving the members of a family are, untrained caregivers in the form of family members may find it extremely difficult to care for their loved one with dementia regardless of how patient and loving the family caregiver may be. There is a lot of learning about the condition and a strengthening of … Continue reading How A Dementia Care Provider Can Make Your Lives Easier?

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Ways to Boost Your Immune System as You Age

The role of your immune system is to fight infections and illnesses to keep you fit and healthy. However, your immune system changes as you age, making it harder for your body to beat back the flu or fight off a cold. As a result, you may also fall sick more often than before. The … Continue reading Ways to Boost Your Immune System as You Age

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Tips for seniors to cope with Springtime Allergies

Springtime allergies do not spare anyone. Infants, children, middle-aged adults, & seniors – all are susceptible to allergies. However, these allergies pose a higher risk to the elderly, especially if they already have asthma, sinus congestion, high blood pressure, COPD, & other chronic diseases. In order to effectively cope with springtime allergies, it is important … Continue reading Tips for seniors to cope with Springtime Allergies

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Tips To Initiate Tough Conversations with Aging Parents

Initiating certain conversations with aging parents can be tough. It could be about accepting more help, giving up driving, adhering to doctor’s orders, moving to assisted living, or anything else in their best interest. The worst is that they may often feel that you are trying to take away their independence. To help you initiate … Continue reading Tips To Initiate Tough Conversations with Aging Parents

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Common Causes of Sleep Changes in Older Adults

There can be several factors that cause sleep problems in older adults. Some of them are” Sleep changes with aging As one ages, sleep becomes lighter and more fragmented and this nothing but a common sign of aging. As a matter of fact, lighter sleep means it’s easier for aging adults to get disturbed by … Continue reading Common Causes of Sleep Changes in Older Adults

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5 Things You Can Do To Improve Quality Of Life for seniors

Older adults have special needs that need to be fulfilled to help them lead better lives. Here is a list of 5 things that can be done to improve the quality of life for your beloved seniors: Early detection of depression Depression is found to be very common in people in their old age and … Continue reading 5 Things You Can Do To Improve Quality Of Life for seniors

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5 Ideas That Can Be Turned Into Challenging New Year’s Resolutions for Older Adults

Getting past the point of “lose 10 pounds” or “have better work-life balance” doesn’t mean you can’t put meaningful resolutions in place that fit with where you are in life. Here are a few New Year’s resolutions for you to consider: Start taking your health more seriously Schedule regular checkups and get preventive screenings to … Continue reading 5 Ideas That Can Be Turned Into Challenging New Year’s Resolutions for Older Adults

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6 Ways You Can Fight Back Against the Winter Blues

Here are some ways that are sure to help an older adult fight back against the winter blues: Step out Even if just for a short while, bundle up and step out in the crisp air and sunlight even. A refreshing change of scenery is sure to remind you of the beauty of nature. Make … Continue reading 6 Ways You Can Fight Back Against the Winter Blues

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