Why a Sedentary Lifestyle is Bad?

. Although the population is being encouraged to increase the physical activity and exercise nowadays, studies show that most of the American population are sedentary. Most of them do not perform the recommended amount of exercise to stay...

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Benefits of meditation for seniors

There is no question that meditation is a practice that has many benefits. But the older you get, the more experts encourage mediation for a healthier life. Today, we are going to be talking about the many benefits of meditation. And how this can...

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Finding the right wheelchair

As we age, our bodies are no longer able to support us in the ways they used to. Sadly for some, the cane or walker will cease to do the job. In this article, we are going to give you some valuable information that will help you find the right...

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What is hospice care?

Hospice care is for people in the final days and weeks of their lives. As per the definition of National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, Hospice care has three primary goals. They provide dignity, comfort, and safety to the patient. At...

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Depression in the elderly population

  Depression is a condition that can appear in people of any age, although senior citizens are more at risk. The fact that many seniors live alone is mostly responsible for triggering depression. But, even so, this doesn’t mean that it is part of...

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Heart Disease

Caring For Someone with Heart Disease Caregiving might be very stressful especially if it’s been done by only a selected individual at home. For a loved one who suffers from heart disease, there are so many issues about them that you must be...

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Mental illness in the elderly

  Bipolar disorder affects many individuals of all ages including elderly adults. The symptoms of bipolar disorder are the mood swings. They can range from the “manic episodes” or “highs” to the “depression” or “lows.” There are many prescription...

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Older people and sunshine

Older people need air and the sun. Understanding the needs of seniors is imperative since we all want them to feel comfortable and satisfied. When people get older, personal hygiene can be a real challenge. At a certain point in life, every...

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Dementia In Seniors

What are the stages of dementia in seniors? Dementia is a type of brain disorder that often strikes people over the age of sixty-five. Contrary to popular belief, it is not the same thing as Alzheimer’s. This disease is both degenerative...

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Cholesterol and your Parents

Doctors have been telling their patients for decades that they need to watch their cholesterol levels and, primarily, to lower their “bad” cholesterol (low-density lipoprotein, LDL). The problem is that not a lot of guidance is given...

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