No one is too old to get in shape research shows that, as we age, exercise can help our bodies avoid common health problems like weight gain, illness, insomnia, balance issues, and memory loss.
By keeping your loved one both physically and socially active in their communities, walking can help curb feelings of depression and isolation.
Disease prevention efforts are vital to ensuring your loved one remains happy and healthy in their home.
An effective ways to combat anxiety around your loved one’s lifestyle changes is to develop a daily routine with them. The predictability of a method can be a significant stress-reliever for you and your loved one.
You know that exercise benefits the body, but medical research shows that exercising also benefits the brain and may help slow down the progression of Alzheimer’s, and those in the early and moderate stages will benefit the most.
Opportunities for Indoor Activity in your Golden Years Helping a Loved One Find Meaningful Activities When They’re Stuck Inside Has your aging loved one been stuck inside? If so, boredom and depression may begin to set in as they struggle to adapt to their “new normal.” Not being able to leave the house can disrupt […]