Category Archives: Senior Care

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Traveling During COVID-19 with Senior Citizens

COVID-19 forced the world into lockdown and, of course, causing all travel and holiday plans to be canceled indefinitely. However, slowly and steadily, many places are already opening for the general public carrying out strict travel safety...

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Enough Physical Activity for Senior Mobility

A moderate physical activity program helps vulnerable seniors maintain their mobility. But of course, such a program must be tailored after the senior’s needs and health status. In a recent study, many frail seniors can still reap benefits...

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The Assistance Needed by Aging Bones and Joints

It is normal for people to lose bone mass or density as they age. Aging can make bones lose calcium and other important minerals. One result of the loss of minerals is the thinning of bones found in our vertebrae. This is why some seniors...

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Senior Care: Dealing With Sleep Changes

Aging can cause changes in one’s sleeping patterns. Most seniors find themselves having a harder time falling asleep, easily waking in the middle of the night. For aging adults, the recommended sleep time remains to be 7 to 8 hours per night....

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Staying Physically Fit: The Best Exercises for Seniors

Several events happen as we age and some of them can affect our ability to stay active and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Many seniors particularly find it difficult to keep their fitness levels up as they experience mobility issues. As a leading...

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How to Deal with Appetite Loss in Seniors

A common trait found in adults over 60 is their loss of appetite. Many reasons lead to why seniors refuse to eat like changes in their taste buds, side effects of their medications, certain health conditions they have, and more. Angel...

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