Just thirty minutes of aerobic activity, such as swimming or water aerobics, five days per week can make a huge impact on a senior’s health and well being. Swimming has a variety of benefits for both mental and physical health.     Help with Chronic Illness Swimming has been shown to protect, or even improve, bone health…

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If your elderly loved one has arthritis, it is essential they do some activities. If your elderly loved one sits around, they are much more likely to have increased pain. However, if they were to participate in some activities regularly, they are likely to have reduced pain. There are some activities that you and their…

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Memory loss is a tricky issue to diagnose on your own because there are so many possible causes for memory issues. Your senior may be dealing with one or more of these contributing factors. Cognitive changes are one of the most feared reasons for memory loss, but the truth might be simpler than that.  Medication…

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Getting quality sleep is very important for everyone. Elderly people need good quality sleep or they could experience a range of health issues from heart problems to mental health issues. If your elderly loved one isn’t currently getting the sleep they need, they might be irritable, confused, depressed, anxious, get sick more often, be emotionally…

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Your elderly loved one’s heart health is extremely important. As they age, they might have more difficulties maintaining their heart health without help. However, you and their senior care providers can help them to improve their heart health in many ways. It is important that you start your elderly loved one off slowly.  Exercising 5…

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