Traditionally, old age was associated with the end of the human life cycle; you were old when you were nearing the end of your life. The problem with that definition of old age is that no one knows when they will die. People are also living much longer lives than they used to:...Read more
“Higher levels of upper- and lower-body muscular strength are associated with a lower risk of mortality in the adult population, regardless of age or follow-up period,” the researchers discovered.Read more
How can we slow down or optimize the aging process? Perform the following actions: Eat to lose weight! Exercise to build muscle! Sleep in order to be well-repaired!Read more
While senior caregiving responsibilities may change from day to day, some fundamental tasks remain the same when caring for an aging parent or senior loved one.When you employ a caregiver for yourself or an elderly loved one, you can expect their duties to include:<...Read more
Swimming is a great way to relax both the body and the mind, so it can help to reduce stress and anxiety while also promoting overall well-being and boosting mental health. Swimming, when combined with the social benefits of group exercises and activities, is an effective acti...Read more
There are probably functional changes in the brain that account for the slowing of responses and memory defects that are common in the elderly, and even small changes in the connections between brain cells could serve as the basis for marked behavioral changes, but behavioral ...Read more
Eighty-one percent of senior care providers say they are focusing on social isolation in their patient populations. This proportion jumps to 88 percent in skilled nursing and long-term care facilities.
Today we thank The Renaissance Retirement Residence in Victoria, BC for joining the Stronger Seniors Chair Exercise family. The Renaissance has been serving seniors for 22 years in beautiful British Columbia. Chair Exercise Video for SeniorsRead more