Loss of Muscle Tone in Seniors: What You Need to Know
Our bodies undergo a number of changes as we get older. One of the most significant changes is the loss of muscle mass – a condition known as sarcopenia. When unaddressed, this condition can have serious consequences for older adults including increased risk of falls, reduced mobility, and decreased quality of life. In this blog post, we’ll explore what sarcopenia is, how it can impact senior health, and what you can do about it.
Diabetes Management and Prevention Tips for Seniors
Diabetes is one of the leading health concerns among older adults. The good news is that diabetes can be managed and even prevented with a few lifestyle changes.
What you Need to Know about Essential Tremors
Tremors – involuntary, rhythmic shaking movements in one or more parts of the body – are extremely common in older adults. In this post, we’ll explain what you need to know about the most common type: essential tremors.
Health Benefits of Massage for Seniors
Although a it can feel like a luxury, massage therapy offers an array of benefits for senior health & wellness.
5 Arthritis Management Tips
Arthritis management is a necessity for many people. Read on to learn our top tips for managing arthritis pain in aging adults.
How Older Adults Can Get Better Sleep
Certain sleep patterns are related to optimal health in aging adults. The following tips can help seniors sleep better at night.
Stress Management Tips for Older Adults
Coping with stress can become more difficult as you get older. Protect your health with these stress management activities for seniors.
Tips for Healthy Joints
Strong joints are important to seniors for mobility and overall health. We share tips for how to keep your joints healthy as you age.
Brain Training Exercises for Older Adults
Brain training exercises can help to keep you mentally fit as you age. These are some of our favorite brain training ideas for seniors.
How to Choose the Right Short-Term Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility After a Hospital Stay
Learn about your choices in post-hospital care, and determine what is necessary for you or a loved one to truly recover before going home.