Caregiving is a selfless act of love and compassion, but it often leads to stress and burnout if not managed properly. It is important to have strategies to navigate the challenges of caregiving.
According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, “nearly double the number of women are getting Alzheimer’s disease compared to men”. Symptoms seem to worsen more rapidly for women as well. While these facts seem daunting, there is some good news.
The process of aging brings with it a myriad of changes to our body and that includes our feet! These sturdy pillars that carry us through life, are not immune to aging. Let’s delve into common foot problems that often afflict people as they age. Solutions exist for all of them, so let’s focus on maintaining healthy, resilient, happy feet.
Our bones serve as the structural framework that supports our bodies throughout life. Here are 5 ways you can help slow down and even prevent bone loss.
Pets have been known to enhance the well-being and quality of life for people. Here are the top 5 benefits of having a pet for aging adults
Arthritis pain is invisible to the outside world and can feel daunting when on the inside. There are ways to help manage arthritis pain so that life is more enjoyable.
Hearing loss is not the same for everyone, but it certainly is a challenge. The good news is there are ways to overcome the challenges. Here are some tips for dealing with hearing loss for yourself or your loved ones.
Here are three signs that may indicate it’s time to consider bringing in some additional help.
As society moves to what we recognize more as “normal”, we still see the effects of the pandemic in our daily lives, especially in the aging population.
Studies are conflicting as the population seems to have shown a pull in opposite directions.
If you have recently been injured or fallen ill, your normal way of living has been disrupted. The road to recovery seems long and daunting. This is all new territory for you. But, it can be easier than you might think if certain guidelines are followed. Here are some tips for a smoother healing process.
If you are a caregiver, then you are probably familiar with stress. We know it can be very difficult to take care of someone. The good news is there are ways to manage your stress.
Most devices today are new to your aging loved ones. There are seniors who gracefully welcome the possibility of using these gadgets while some feel otherwise. Be that as it may, these technological advances can be useful for our aging population.