As we get older, we are more likely to experience loss. The sudden passing of close friends and family is stressful for seniors, and can cause feelings of depression and dread. We outline key symptoms of grief in seniors and offer tips to help families support their mourning loved ones.
Aging adults may feel uncertain about their future. Poor financial planning, deteriorating health, and lack of companionship are some of the most common fears of aging adults. We consider such concerns in depth and offer tips to help families talk to their loved ones about their fears of aging.
There are various online platforms that offer free brain stimulating games for seniors. Such games allow seniors to build on and improve their cognitive health by encouraging them to solve complicated puzzles. We list some of the most popular online games for seniors.
Seniors often experience memory loss, leading to distress and confusion. Making simple changes to your loved ones diet, exercise regimen, and overall lifestyle can boost memory and prevent cognitive decline. We consider a few key strategies to help seniors manage memory loss.
With age, we become more susceptible to brain-related disorders. It is crucial to make conscious lifestyle changes to preserve cognitive health. We share a few best practices that seniors and their families can implement to improve cognitive health.
Coronary artery disease can be managed with prescribed medicine and lifestyle changes. While surgery is required for severe cases, most symptoms can be alleviated by following a coronary artery disease care plan. We outline key treatment options and best practices to reduce risk.
Obese seniors can lower their risk of developing life-threatening diseases by working with a medical expert to devise weight-loss routines. Proper hydration, a healthy diet, and regular exercise are just a few weight-loss strategies. We explore these practices in depth to promote healthy living.