Eating healthy is always a good idea, regardless of age. However, it becomes increasingly important for seniors who, most likely, have limited mobility and slower metabolisms. Another factor to consider is that seniors tend to have lesser appetites.
On the surface, this may sound like a good problem to have. While it’s true that we should eat in moderation and monitor our caloric intakes, it’s also important to be sure we’re getting the necessary amount of proper nutrients, vitamins, etc....Read More
So, you’re aging! Don’t let your hair give you away.
We all love our hair, especially when it’s full and shiny and rich with color. Unfortunately, as we age, turning gray is just one of the many changes our hair will go through. You can also expect changes in thickness, texture and growth - or lack of.
There are many products that make claims to counteract the effects of age on your hair. Haircare products can be expensive, so do your research before your bathroo...Read More
Take these steps to ensure the health of your feet
As we age, we don’t need to be reminded to take care of such important aspects of our health as, say, eye care, heart care, hearing tests and cancer screenings, to name just a few.
But all too often, routine foot care can be overlooked – unless, and until, that is, they start giving us problems.
Maintaining healthy feet is incredibly important – especially as we age. After all, they are LITERALLY the foundations for everything...Read More
Fall Prevention Education
Regardless of age, we should all be striving to find balance in our lives.
Between work and play, socializing and solitude, and spending and saving.
However, as we age, “balance” tends to have a different meaning. At some point, we must focus more on the literal definition of balance, which is the ability to remain upright and steady on your feet, and preventing falls in the elderly is something that is a top concern at Read More
There’s a time and a season for the various stair steps of senior care
, which range from private residences to independent living communities
to assisted living facilities to nursing homes to Alzheimer’s care units.
How do you know when a parent needs to transition from independent to assisted living?
The decision is highly personal, of course, but here are a few guide...Read More