You may have read headlines in the newspapers about doctors and celebrities swearing by the health benefits of drinking green tea, but have you ever stopped to find out the real reasons the drink is gaining such sudden popularity in America? Researchers have found that green tea is packed full of ingredients, from caffeine to […]
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Memory loss is one of the most common side-effects of the aging process. Many seniors out there report dealing with memory loss from more mild cases to severe cases, like when dealing with Alzheimer’s or dementia. However, there are plenty of easy ways that you can help improve your memory. And they can all be […]
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You may have thought about trying yoga before, though you may have thought that it’s simply not for seniors, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. So many seniors out there practice yoga on a regular basis because of its miraculous benefits. From increased relaxation to more flexibility in your joints, the benefits of […]
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Painting is one of those things that you’ve probably thought about picking up, but never thought you had the time or just didn’t make the effort to start. However, there are tons of benefits out there for seniors who paint. For example, seniors who paint are exercising the creative sides of their brain and it […]
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It’s often the case that we spend weeks thinking about what we’re going to tell the doctor on our next visit, only to forget in a whirlwind ten minutes in the appointment room. A doctor relies on what well tell them to provide the best care possible, so it’s important that we manage to convey […]
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Organization may not be your strong suit. It’s not the strong suit of many people out there, so you’re not alone in that! Becoming organized is pretty tough when you consider everything that goes into it. And the process of getting organized is different for every person out there. We each have our own personal […]
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It’s incredibly important to stay active regardless of your age. But as you get older your body starts to change and you need certain physical exertions to stay fit – both mentally and physically. If you or a loved one are older than 65, there’s a good chance your lifestyle is a lot more sedentary […]
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According to the Center for Disease Control, falling is the leading cause of injury for people over the age of 65. In 2014, there were nearly 29 million falls and seven million injuries that resulted because of them. As more than 10,000 Americans turn 65 each day, caregivers need to start taking this risk more […]
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