Posts Tagged ‘Senior Care’

Restful Sleep

Tips for getting a restful night’s sleep: Getting a good night’s sleep is highly important to functioning well during the day. This is especially the case for seniors. The difference between restful sleep and a restless night can mean loss of energy during the day and can even increase your risk for chronic conditions such…

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Fraud Against Seniors

Tips  on How to Guard Fraud Against Seniors and Cyber Scams With the Internet at our fingertips and everybody having a smart phone or tablet there is an unfortunate increased risk for scams. These scams leave people with monetary loss, identity theft and credit card fraud.  The holidays are the most vulnerable time of year.…

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Lower Cholesterol with these easy tips

Five tips to help you improve your cholesterol levels Keeping your cholesterol down is important to keep  your risk for heart disease and heart attacks low as well as keeping you healthier overall.   Here are five tips to help you make changes to lower your cholesterol levels. Regular exercise Doing some type of exercise even…

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Keeping Emotions Under Control

Aging Care – Keeping Your Emotions Under Control Day in and day out we encounter stressors, which may cause us to become anxious or in some cases escalate into a depressed mood or state. Anxiety and depression are two conditions that can cause strain on the body and impact your overall mental health. Anxiety and…

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Understanding Arthritis

Did you know more than 50 million adults have been diagnosed with arthritis? Arthritis is an umbrella term for conditions that cause inflammation of one or more joints. Arthritis can effect anyone at any age; however, statistics have shown that it is more prevalent in those who are greater than 65 years of age. Some…

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Happy Feet

Did you know every thirteen seconds an American senior is hospitalized as a result of a fall? Falls can cause a heavy impact on our lives, just ask the one in three Americans affected each year. Falls can result for many reasons, such as muscle weakness, low vision, unstable gait or irregular blood pressure; however,…

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