Posts Tagged ‘senior citizens’

How To Age With Dignity

Did you know that around 70 million baby boomers have received an unbelievable gift of time and health? But unfortunately many older adults can or do not make most out of their lives. It is a shame because they have worked their whole life and now they are not able to live with dignity and…

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Are You Ashamed of Vision and Hearing Loss?

Vision and Hearing Loss Is Nothing to Be Ashamed Of Everyone is struggling when reaching a certain age. For many people it isn’t easy getting older. It’s a season of change everybody has to go through – and many of these changes can leave a person feeling frustrated and fearful or even depressed. That’s because…

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Rowing an Alternative Exercise for Senior Citizens and Family

Benefits of Rowing Many people do not know rowing exercises which is a fun activity and can exercises in outdoors and indoors, regardless of the weather conditions. Rowing outdoors is done in a narrow boat, offering you sunshine, scenery, and a good activity to involve friends. There are also indoor rowing machines that give you…

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Eat But Not Overeat!

  Eat to Feel Young By about.com As we age and our body changes and begins to break down, it’s even more important that we focus on eating a healthy, well-balanced diet.  The needs of the body are much different than they were in the days of our youth. Aging causes the metabolism to slow, the…

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Best Food For Senior Citizens

    There is a hot debate in recent years about Carbohydrates. Experts in the medical world think eating a high amount of refined carbohydrates – which we’ll find in candy, soda, sugars, and refined grains as white rice and white flour which are used in lots of breads and pastas. These carbohydrates have largely…

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Retired – This Is Not The End Of The Road

  Stay Social after Retiring from Your Job     Once you retire, is not the end of the road, socializing is a great way to make friends and keep connections alive. Any activities that you currently participate in can continue after you retire. But if you do not have any activity at all because…

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The Silent Killer And How To Defend

     High blood pressure – how to prevent   High blood pressure, often called hypertension, has nothing to do with older population or people who getting older. High blood pressure is one of the biggest health concerns of the 21st century. Increasing problems with high blood pressure is part of our lifestyle that we…

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