Senior Tips

19
Aug

5 Signs of Caregiver Burnout

Taking care of an elderly loved one is a noble cause. Being a caregiver is not an easy task, however. It can leave a person exhausted and stressed out in only a matter of weeks, and after that comes caregiver burnout. If a caregiver to an elderly loved one exhibits any of the following signs of burnout, it may be

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29
Jun

Best Home Improvements for Senior Safety

In order to continue an independent and happy lifestyle, many seniors have decided to remain in their homes as they age. However, accessibility and safety issues can arise at home as age increases. Here are some great home improvement ideas to make a senior’s home safer and more accessible. Staircases For seniors with mobility issues, going up and down the

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15
Jun

5 Tips for Senior Safety in Hot Summer

Summer means spending more time outdoors enjoying warmer weather. However, in the heat of the sun, dehydration, heatstroke, and other heat-related emergencies can occur if adequate prevention measures are not taken. To prevent a heat-related emergency from happening, these five safety tips should be followed: 1. Staying Hydrated Drinking 6-8 glasses of water per day is vital in maintaining a

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4
Apr

Make Gardening Easier for Seniors

Growing your own beautiful flowers and tasty fresh vegetables are a couple of good reasons to spend time working in the garden. But gardening can also save you money, boost your mood and improve your health. There are generations of people in North America who have never spent time with their hands in the soil or tasted a home-grown tomato,

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21
Mar

Seniors Coping With Tinnitus

Are you hearing ringing, hissing, buzzing or roaring sounds in one or both of your ears? What you’re experiencing is called Tinnitus. This ringing in the ears is most common in seniors, and though it can be extremely annoying, it is usually not a sign of a serious problem. Tinnitus can be caused by a number of conditions, including ear

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20
Dec

Seniors and Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder (also known as SAD) is a kind of depression that happens at the same time every year. For most people, the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder start in the late fall and carry on into the winter months. Most of us experience some kind of seasonal changes in energy, eating patterns, sleep patterns and feelings of well

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1
Nov

Senior Memory Loss Tips

If you’re concerned about memory loss, you’re not alone. Don’t remember where you parked? Forgot what you needed to pick up at the store? Can’t find your cellphone? Everyone struggles with forgetting things now and then. But memory loss shouldn’t be ignored. There are no proven ways to prevent memory loss or dementia, but some simple steps can help sharpen

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