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Healthy Exercise Habits
If you are a baby boomer, an age group defined by being born between 1946 and 1964, you are one of more than 74 million people across the country. Unfortunately, most of you have spent the last several decades sitting behind a desk, in your vehicle, on the phone, or other types of sedentary activities […]
6 Habits That Can Contribute To Loss Of Brain Power
Make The Most Of Your Doctor’s Visits
According to most, rushed when going to a doctor’s appointment seems to be the norm rather than an exception. Older adults especially may feel rushed and may hesitate to ask their doctor any questions other than for the medical issue at hand. Being unable to speak freely with your physician though can lead to health […]
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Preparing To Live To Be 100
The longer you live the more money you will have to spend, or conversely, the more money you should start saving now to prepare for living into your 100s. Modern medicine and the fact that many diseases and illnesses are able to be caught and even corrected early means that many of us are living […]
The Importance of Healthy Fats
Fats and oils are part of a healthy diet and play many important roles in the body. Healthy fats provide energy and are a carrier of essential nutrients such as vitamins A, D, E, K, and carotenoids. But many older adults have been told to decrease the amount of fat in their diets and are […]
Tags: Senior Health
Easy Steps to Improve Your Sleep Naturally
Getting a good night’s sleep is vital to a healthy, happy life. Unfortunately, about 40% of Americans get less than 7 hours of sleep every night—the minimum recommended amount for adults. On average, we’re sleeping a whole hour less than we did 70 years ago! Whether due to busy schedules, sleep disorders, or just plain […]
Seniors Behind the Wheel
Many factors make driving unsafe from time to time for all of us. Bad weather, medications, dusk & dawn, and aging and youthfulness all impact safety. Young, first time drivers often experience the most accidents and fatalities. However, the Federal Highway Administration reports that drivers age 70 and older are next in line for motor […]
Signs Your Loved One is Withdrawing from Life
Aging tends to push the ones we love into smaller and smaller circles, withdrawing from wider-reaching social groups and activities. Removing oneself from certain facets of the outside world is commonplace for senior citizens, as they downsize their home, move into retirement communities, and forgo activities their bodies can no longer physically handle.
Six Simple Steps To Avoid Overheating
At any age, too much heat can be dangerous. However, as we age, your body has an even harder time dealing with extreme heat, which puts you at a higher risk of overheating and heat stroke. Learning how to avoid overheating will allow you to enjoy the benefits of the warmer days.
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Exercise For Better Brain Health
We all know that exercise is great for our muscles, our bones, joints, how we look, and how we feel. However, what about exercise for better brain health? It’s true. You may not believe it but the stakes of not exercising are higher than you might have thought.
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