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Fall Prevention Exercises for Optimum Senior Health
Aging comes with some unfortunate physical circumstances. As we age, so does our ability to regain the control and balance we once had. If you’re 65 and up, your risk for falling changes, and increases with up to 45% of seniors falling every year. Many factors can contribute to falling, such as the risk of being overly medicated, the combination of ...
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What are the Benefits of Yoga for Seniors?
You have probably heard a lot of talk these days about seniors taking yoga classes or investing in yoga DVDs but is the practice really beneficial or just a passing phase? Well, rest-assured that just because you may be only recently hearing about the practice doesn’t meant that seniors haven’t been benefiting from yoga for many ...
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At Any Stage of the Game, Exercise Pays Off!
How Seniors Can Benefit from an Active Lifestyle Being a senior doesn’t equal a sedentary life. So, you want to improve the activity level in your mother or father’s life? Perhaps you’ve recently retired from your 25 years as the vice president of your company and at last have the time to devote to a running or rock climbing group. ...
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Improve Your Arthritis With These Exercises
Arthritis Doesn’t Have to Run Your Life Exercise and senior arthritis go hand and hand. Whether you’ve never exercised or have all of your life, approaching the risk for, or already existing arthritis condition means that it has never been more important to stay fit and healthy. Having arthritis can make some people feel that the last ...
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When a Loved One is Diagnosed with Cancer
When a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, the natural response for many people is to panic. But there are some things that you need to keep in mind when someone that you love is diagnosed with cancer. Cancer is NOT Always Terminal The very first thing that you must realize is that a cancer diagnosis is NOT the death sentence that it was 50 ...
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Use It Or Lose It - The Memory Challenge
How often do you have a thought and, before you know it, it's gone? Do you enter a room to get something and, all of a sudden, realize you are standing there looking for who-knows-what? Sometimes I have to go back to where I started to remember what I was looking for. Do you find yourself forgetting where you put your house or car keys? This ...
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The Aging Process
Most people view themselves as being 10 or 15 years younger than they actually are. This is typically how we mentally like to see ourselves. However, physically there are many changes to our body we can’t deny. Instead of just writing off these changes as growing old, it’s important that were honest about what’s really going on. For ...
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Balance Exercises for Seniors
Balance is essential in seniors to help prevent falls and thus improve the quality of life and long-term independence. One of the best ways to influence your balance is to strengthen your leg muscles. The reason this is so important is because seniors tend to use their legs less and less as they age leading to weaker muscles. This of course happens over ...
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Alcoholism and Seniors
Alcoholism is an alarming and growing problem among the elderly, and it is rarely discussed and often times go unnoticed. In this article, we’ll talk about some of the reasons drinking problems arise in seniors and what we can do to help out. Here are some common reasons alcoholism begins: Grief and Loss: Losing a spouse or loved one can ...
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Guidance When Taking Their Medication
A recent study shows that 38 million seniors suffer drug complications every year, about 180,000 which are life-threatening. Diagnosing a medication overdose can be complicated as well, as often the harmful effects of taking too much medication or the wrong medication is diagnosed as something else, like a stroke or dementia. Part of the ...
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