Is Advanced Age a Blessing or a Curse?
ANNE BURNELL GERIATRICS HEALTHY AGING
Is Advanced Age a Blessing or a Curse?

There was a time when our society could boast of peaceful, happy joint families, with senior citizens holding important positions as family heads. They were both revered and feared. Their words were law, and their wisdom stories were always savored. Now, Senior citizens can...

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When Does Old Age Start?
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When Does Old Age Start?

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:...

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At What Age Should We Start Addressing the Aging Process?
ANNE PRINGLE BURNELL GERIATRICS HEALTHY AGING STRENGTH TRAINING FOR SENIORS
At What Age Should We Start Addressing the Aging Process?

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!

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What Exactly Does a Caregiver Do?
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What Exactly Does a Caregiver Do?

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:<...

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Every Day, Take Charge of Your Health.
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Every Day, Take Charge of Your Health.

The primary need with aging is to be well, to maintain or, more importantly, to improve one's ability to function optimally. As you get older, this need translates into the ability to care for yourself – even with simple daily tasks like taking a shower or bath without assi...

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How the Nervous System Ages
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How the Nervous System Ages

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 ...

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Board Games, Puzzles and Word Games Have Health Benefits for Seniors
ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS GERIATRICS HEALTHY AGING
Board Games, Puzzles and Word Games Have Health Benefits for Seniors

The elderly should aim to perform as much brain exercise as possible, but benefits can be seen in a short amount of time. Regularly playing games and working puzzles can significantly lessen and delay the mental degeneration caused by getting older, granting you few additional...

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Help Your Seniors Live a Full Life
ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS EXERCISE FPR SENIORS GERIATRICS LONGEVITY SENIOR HEALTH
Help Your Seniors Live a Full Life

You can help people who are are at the later stages of their lives and do not know what to do with their time by doing fun activities with them.

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Coming Together to Help the Elderly
ASSISTED LIVING EXERCISE FOR DISABLED EXERCISE FOR OLDER ADULTS GERIATRICS HEALTHY AGING
Coming Together to Help the Elderly

Elder abuse is severely under-reported because the abused elderly find it extremely hard to tell someone, are generally ashamed, scared or perhaps unaware of the abuse or, in some cases, do not understand that someone they trust uses.

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ANNE PRINGLE BURNELL CAREGIVING GERIATRICS HEALTH CARE HEALTHY AGING INDEPENDENT LIVING PREVENTITIVE HEALTH WELLNESS
Social Isolation, Chronic Disease Management Focus for Senior Care Senior-focused organizations place social isolation and chronic disease management as top priorities for the remainder of the pandemic and beyond

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. Read more