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Healthy Seniors

Doesn’t everyone want to keep themselves active and healthy as long as possible? Well certain lifestyle choices can keep seniors on their toes late into life. Provide yourself with a killer routine to keep fresh into the golden years! Starting A Senior Health Routine Full Nights Rest It might seem simple, but getting a full…

Healthy Eating for Seniors

A senior loved one losing their appetite can be a hard pill to swallow – it can be caused by physiological or lifestyle changes. Noticing changes in their eating habits can be the first step to helping them. Common reasons for seniors eating less are: A lower metabolic rate and less physical activity mean seniors…

Immune sytems seniors

Does it seem like you get sick more than you did when you were younger. When you are under the weather, does it take you longer to feel good again? Immunity — your body’s defense system — tends to get weaker with age. On a more positive note, there is ways that you can give…

Depression in Seniors

The COVID-19 lockdown has taken a toll on senior’s mental health and well-being – significantly affecting those with depression. This time has caused a lot of stress due to tragic loss in combination with social isolation. Those with mental health conditions are being extremely challenged during this pandemic. Pandemic and Depression COVID-19 causes an extra…

Senior Exercise

Physical fitness is important for people at any age. For older adults, exercise is especially important to maintain muscle mass, protect against osteoporosis, and support brain health. Unfortunately, most seniors do not get nearly as much physical activity as they should. The good news is, senior fitness can be incorporated into a healthy lifestyle through…

technology for seniors

Coronavirus affects all different ages and types of people around the world. Although, the primary group that’s affected is seniors – ages 65 or older. At an older age the immune system is less effective at fighting infections. Also, the chances of having other conditions increases the likelihood of exposure. During these difficult times self-isolation…

Strong Seniors

Outsmarting your metabolism to lose weight as a senior seems like a far fetched dream, but it isn’t! You can change your metabolism by making simple lifestyle switches. Learn how to trick your body into operating more efficiently with these small steps: Increase your life with strength training Keeping a healthy amount of muscle tone…

Active Seniors

“Brain Workouts” can boost your memory and your thinking skills. There are different ways that you can stimulate the most important muscle in your body. Aging Doesn’t Mean You Have to Lose Your Healthy Brain Function The mind and body are intertwined and what affects the body affects the brain. Daily exercise, including taking a…

Seniors Combatting Lonliness

For people 65 and up, life has gotten a lot more difficult during the times of coronavirus. Seniors and people with chronic illnesses are asked to stay home and protect themselves from the coronavirus. Self-isolation and social distancing are extremely important during this time, but it can take a heavy toll on seniors’ mental health…

Seniors should stay home and isolated to stay safe. Video chats and food delivery apps can be lifesavers. Practicing social distancing can help stop the spread of coronavirus. But that also means you won’t be seeing much of people outside of your household for a while, which could be an issue as well. How Technology…

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