Simple Ways to Prevent Falls
BALANCE EXERCISE BETTER POSTURE FALL PREVENTION
Simple Ways to Prevent Falls

Mechanical falls happen as we get older because our agility and ability to compensate when we lose our balance deteriorates. A hip fracture is the most common ground-level fall injury we see in the elderly. Our bones become more brittle as we age, our skin reacts more readily ...

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Six Benefits of Aquatic Exercise
ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS ANNE PRINGLE BURNELL EXERCISE FOR SENIORS HEALTHY AGING
Six Benefits of Aquatic Exercise

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...

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How the Nervous System Ages
ANNE PRINGLE BURNELL BENEFITS OF EXERCISE FOR SENIORS GERIATRICS HEALTHY AGING
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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Maintain Your Workout Routine Into Old Age
ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS ANNE BURNELL CHAIR EXERCISE CHAIR EXERCISES ELDERLY EXERCISE
Maintain Your Workout Routine Into Old Age

It is critical for your health to remain active in your later years. The recommended 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity per week for healthy adults over the age of 65 can help keep muscles strong and allow people to participate in all of their favorite activities. But,...

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Keeping an Eye on the Elderly in Exessive Heat
Keeping an Eye on the Elderly in Exessive Heat

When temperatures rise, it is critical to check in with older people on a regular basis, according to the county's aging and adult services. During a heat wave, the CDC recommends at least twice a day.

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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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Care Kits Improve Telehealth for Medicare Patients
HEALTH CARE HEALTHY AGING PREVENTITIVE HEALTH SENIOR HEALTH SENIOR HEALTHCARE
Care Kits Improve Telehealth for Medicare Patients

According to a recent study, 57% of Americans with chronic conditions had delayed medical care and suffered a care gap due to COVID-19. In order to offer self-care or supplement health visits, Aetna and other companies supply kits with specially curated products. Sen...

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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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