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Senior Health

Health And Nutrition Tips

There is so much information on the Internet, in magazines and given to you by friends and family about ways to stay healthy. How do you know what to believe or which advice to follow? First and foremost, before you start any fitness regime or change your diet, it's always best to discuss it with your doctor to make sure you are either healthy enough to do so or that any nutritional changes you may be considering won't impact any medications you're taking.

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How a Heart Healthy Diet Impacts You and Your Loved One

Maintaining a healthy diet can significantly reduce you and your loved one's risk of heart disease. Poor nutrition and deficiencies in the diet are detrimental to heart health. Choosing a heart conscious diet should center around decreasing saturated fat intake, reducing sodium levels and maintaining a healthy weight.

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6 Habits That Can Contribute To Loss Of Brain Power 

It’s no secret, as we age, we begin to lose brain power. You may not realize it, but in some regards you could be adding to that loss. 

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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 consequences as a small issue may escalate into a much larger health concern if unaddressed.

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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 confused about what to do.

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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.

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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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5 Ways To Protect Yourself From Diabetes

One of the most common and most prevalent forms of diabetes is Type 2 (formerly called adult-onset and/or non-insulin dependent diabetes). This form of diabetes impacts close to 95% of the 26 million Americans that have been diagnosed with diabetes.

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5 Signs of A Heart Attack

As a caregiver, delivering daily care and maintaining a consistent routine are vital. However, as most caregivers are all too aware, sticking to your routine is not always possible. It is important to be prepared when health risks arise and knowing the signs of a heart attack will enable you to be proactive in administering care. While most people think heart attacks are sudden and severe, in actuality the signs of a heart attack are much more complex.

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Five Walking Benefits For Senior Citizens

Use it or lose it. This is the word from doctors recently when talking to older Americans about their bodies. The good news is, this doesn’t mean signing up for 10K races, high-impact aerobics, or heavy weight training. Instead, walking benefits them by keeping them physically strong and agile. Adding a simple 35-minute walk a day is all it takes.

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