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Posts Tagged ‘Senior Living’

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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Walking for Exercise

Walking is great for your health at any age Walking is one of the simplest forms of exercise. It is an action that one uses frequently to get tasks done, to travel, and to exercise. Walking for exercise can be easily accomplished and modified to meet the needs of those who wish to take part;…

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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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Life Story

Life story Writing is an excellent way to build community with other Residents. Simply called a memoir or autobiography, biography, testimony, personal essay or even digital format known as a blog. When should you start life writing? Why not now? Benefits of writing in a structured class include the guidance of a writing prompt, the…

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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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