Did you know that during the cold and gloomy winter months, our bodies do not get the nourishment they need from natural sources, so it can go into withdrawal which can lead to negative health conditions?
If you are a senior or have a senior friend or family, you know how hard it can be to set, and achieve, a New Years Resolution. Once we reach a certain age, we become set in our ways, both mentally and physically. However, research by the National Institute of Health shows that certain types of accomplishments are good for our brain, body, and soul.
If you’re like me, you haven’t stopped moving since Thanksgiving! The hustle and bustle of the Holidays are all too real and it can be a grind. Now that it’s Christmas Day, it’s time to relax in your favorite chair and do a little brain exercise!
Most aging parents or Grandparents will swear they do not want anything for Christmas. The problem is, we just cannot bear the thought of them not opening anything on Christmas Day. So, what are we supposed to do?
Have you ever noticed that many of our holiday traditions- family, religious and social traditions- are based around food, drink, and all kinds of decadent treats? Here are a few tips from for a senior to eat healthier over the holidays.
The holiday season is all about spending time with family and friends, enjoying great food, and creating memories. Although it can be joyous for most of us, many of our senior friends and family find the holiday season confusing, hectic, and even depressing based on their health conditions. Here are some tips for seniors to have a great holiday.