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Vascular Studies in Seniors: Addressing Age-Related Vascular Changes
Did you know that age-related vascular changes that happen in the body can increase the risk of vascular disorders? Some studies found certain changes that affect your vascular health as…
Preventing Falls in Seniors: Practical Strategies for Home and 
Outdoors Are you concerned about fall prevention and care in seniors? These are some preventive  strategies (at home and outdoors) for your loved ones to avoid falling and getting hurt.  Falling is quite common in older adults and can cause serious injuries as well. Apply these  strategies in your home and keep your loved ones safe and secure.   5 Ways to Ensure Senior Safety  These ways can help you make sure that your loved ones do not experience falls or severe  damage from the falls:  1.Remove home hazards:   Carefully examine your house and look for potential threats for fall hazards. To make sure your  home is safe for your seniors, you can take these steps to make your home safer:   ∙Remove all electrical cords, phone cords, boxes, and newspapers, from walkways.  ∙You should rearrange furniture to make sure these are not blocking pathways between  rooms.  ∙Install handrails which should be 30 inches above the stairs on both sides of the stairs.   ∙Install nightlights to keep the walkways well-lit in your home and consider a nightlight in  the bathroom. This is especially useful when your family members are trying to get to the  restroom in the middle of the night.   ∙Secure all the loose area rugs with double-face tape, and tacks, or install slip-resistant  backing around the house.   ∙Repair loose floorboards, cupboards, and carpets right away.   ∙Clean spilled liquids, grease, food, or anything that makes a person fall, right away.   ∙Store regular-use items within easy reach which include clothes, dishes, food, and other  necessities.   ∙Use non-slip mats, especially in your bathroom or shower. Create a bath seat that allows  them to sit while showering.   ∙Children should have a designated play area and teach them that they shouldn’t scatter  toys around the house which can be the reason for someone tripping and falling.   2.Exercise:   Exercise is one of the most effective ways to prevent falls in adults who are 65 years of age or …
Mindful Living for a Fulfilling Retirement
Did you know what challenges seniors experience as they enter their golden age? These challenges make their golden years worse and affect their overall health. Learn how you deal with…
Aging & Fulfilling retirement: challenges faced by seniors
Aging comes with a set of challenges beyond bent backs and aching joints. Here are the most common challenges faced by seniors that affect their overall health. It includes: Loneliness:…
Preventing Falls in Seniors: Causes and Concerns
Did you know that according to the CDC falling is the number one cause of injuries in adults over 65 resulting in hip fractures, cuts, and even serious head injuries?…
Healthy Aging: Mindful Living for a Fulfilling Retirement
Have you started working on your retirement plan? If not, then you may have heard about many people who lead a miserable life after their retirement. Loneliness, stress, depression, and…
 Exploring Alternative Therapies for Senior Pain Management
Did you know that certain alternative therapies for pain management in seniors are better than the traditional therapy approaches? These therapies are simpler and easier to do in a daily…
The most common causes of Parkinson’s Disease 
Movement-related brain cells gradually degenerate and perish as a result of this degenerative brain disease. Weakened neurons produce less of a neurotransmitter called dopamine, wherein the brain needs to govern…
Most common treatment protocols for dementia-related syndromes 
There is presently no successful treatment for this disease, but there are pharmacological and non-pharmacological solutions that may help manage symptoms. Learning about treatment choices can help those with the…
Dementia and Aging  
Although brain changes with age are unavoidable, Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia are not. Approximately 40% of cases of dementia may be averted or postponed in this way.…
Understanding other dementia syndromes 
The inability to carry out everyday tasks due to a decline in cognitive abilities (such as thinking, remembering, and reasoning) is what we mean when we talk about dementia. Dementia…
The four categories of disabilities  
A person with a disability is one who struggles with a mental or physical impairment that hinders their capacity to interact socially or carry out routine tasks in a similar…
The Benefits of Medical House Calls for the Elderly  
In the coming 15 years, the population of seniors in the United States is projected to increase by 100%, with the population of people who are over 85 years old.…
Pathological causes of Alzheimer’s Disease 
The neurodegenerative nature of Alzheimer's illness causes cell death and ultimately brain tissue collapse. Loss of independence and steady decline in cognitive and behavioral abilities are hallmarks of dementia. Dementia…
Healthy Aging  
Everyone should have access to the resources necessary to enjoy a healthy and lengthy life span. However, the places we call home can either promote or undermine our well-being. Our…
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in Elderly 
People with COPD have to work harder to breathe because their airways are constantly clogged with mucus and other particles. Wheezing, difficulty breathing, coughing, and mucus (sputum) production are manifestations.…
Best relaxing exercise for the elderly  
Family members who are getting on in years may need more help than usual, but that doesn't mean they can't still take part in enjoyable pursuits that help them unwind.…