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Sometimes There Doesn’t Seem to Be Enough Time for Exercise

When you’re extremely busy, constantly running around, it doesn’t seem like there’s enough time for exercise? Most of us have felt that way at some point in our life. For a senior who may have recently been hospitalized, they may be facing a lengthy recovery process. The last thing they want is to be readmitted…

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5 Breaks That Help Alleviate Caregiver Stress

Dealing with caregiver stress is significant in one’s life. It can take a toll on your emotional health, mental state of mind, and even your physical well-being. The longer stress is allowed to endure and carry on, the more it’s going to affect a person in a negative way. Getting a break every once in…

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More Muscle For Better Aging

Senior Nutrition and Wellness: Staying healthy as you get older should obviously be a high priority for everyone. There are many things you can do to combat the negative effects of aging. Increasing age does not have to mean that your physical strength and ability will deteriorate. One of the most effective ways to combat aging is to get as much muscle mass as possible or maintain what you have.

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Yes, Caregiver Stress Could Be Impacting Your Health

As a family caregiver you have been feeling the acute effects of stress. In the beginning, you thought this was going to be an easy job. You didn’t think twice about it. Now, though, everything is changing. You’re starting to see just how challenging it can be taking care of an elderly or disabled family…

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Incontinence and Alzheimer’s: How to Cope

Alzheimer’s disease can be overwhelming for some people to deal with, at least when they are first diagnosed. Once they have an opportunity to absorb the shock of that diagnosis, they could begin focusing on their future. Getting the right level of care for somebody with Alzheimer’s as early as possible is absolutely essential to…

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