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4 Tips for Seniors Exercising at Home

Exercise is a vital component of every healthy lifestyle. It’s the single best thing you can do to improve your health other than quitting smoking, and if exercise came in pill form it would be called the wonder drug. Regular exercise is linked to improved mood, long-term mobility and is a vital part of reducing …

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How To Maintain Good Sleep Hygiene As We Age

  There’s nothing quite like falling asleep in the comfort of your own home. But as we age, maintaining good sleep hygiene is important because experiencing altered sleep patterns like insomnia and restlessness are common. Many seniors report difficulty staying asleep throughout the night, which can lead to depression, tiredness and irritability. Ensuring you get …

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How to Recognize Depression in Senior Citizens

Clinical depression affects an estimated 6 million Americans over 65, and as we age, it’s important to understand how to recognize depression in senior citizens. Depression may occur naturally or as a side effect of medical conditions and medications, and with a diverse set of symptoms, it may manifest as sadness, loss of appetite, insomnia, …

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3 Tips For Seniors Gardening at Home

Gardening can transform your backyard into a beautiful getaway, improve the appearance of your home and provide hours of summer fun. Not only is gardening a rewarding, life-long activity but a hobby that promotes healthy living. By reducing anxiety and increasing physical activity, gardening improves both your mood and fitness. Studies show that regular gardening …

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Reasons Why Seniors Should Own A Pet

As we age, the advantages of pet ownership can’t be understated. A furry friend can be a source of companionship and happiness that brings life into the home while reminding us to cherish the simple things. Knowing there’s a source of unconditional love waiting at home is enough to get many people through the day. …

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Family-Friendly Day Trips and Activities with Seniors

Building happy memories, getting out of the house and staying active are important life goals at any age, but in families with seniors, it’s important to choose activities that are stimulating without being exhausting or dangerous. Here are some popular day trips for seniors in the Columbus area:

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How to Keep Your Parents Safe With Senior Driving Restrictions

There’s a different level of concern that a parent has when their teenager is learning to drive compared to when their parents are losing the skill. If there’s one thing more stubborn than a teenager, it’s an independent senior citizen whose ability to drive is being threatened. The US Constitution protects seniors from arbitrary loss-of-driving-privileges …

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What Services do Seniors Need to Age in Place at Home?

If given an option, many seniors would prefer aging at home as opposed to moving to an assisted living facility to spend their golden years. Aging from the comfort of your own home has its advantages. At the same time, it’s not a decision that seniors should make lightly due to their growing physical, mental …

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Seniors Beware! It’s Scam Season Again

As tax season hits full swing, seniors should be on guard against tax scams and other fraudulent activities that can cheat them out of their money. It’s not unusual for seniors to be the target of scammers out to rob them of their retirement funds.

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How Hobbies can Make an Important Impact for Seniors

Hobbies can enrich a senior’s life by helping them live a more active and productive lifestyle. Hobbies which involve the participation of others such as team sports, game playing or volunteering can give you a sense of belonging and purpose. By staying socially active after retirement, you can live a happier, more satisfying life. An …

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