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Harmful Effects of Falls Seniors Should Watch Out For (Continuation)

Physical decline (continuation) If your body does not move, there is a high possibility that your muscles will grow weaker and weaker. Once this happens, various diseases and conditions may catch up. Another problem about this lack of movement is that a person may lose essential skills and capabilities. An example of which is a … Continue reading

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Harmful Effects of Falls Seniors Should Watch Out For

Being old brings about new challenges not only to an individual but also to the people around him or her. As a person grows older, he or she is prone to experiencing falls. And when we talk about falls, nothing good can ever come out of it (except for falling in love). Older adults aging … Continue reading

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5 Useful Tips to Practice Proper Walking Exercise

Staying active through an appropriate exercise is very important especially for elders who have higher health requirements. Exercise does not necessarily mean they would lose weight. Exercise allows proper blood circulation and balance of the hormone distribution in the body leading to a good mood and feeling. Covenant Premium Senior Care, a dependable source of … Continue reading

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Understanding Skin Aging in the Elderly

Considering that the skin is the largest organ of the human body, it is not an exception to age-related changes. In fact, the skin is most likely the most affected part of the body from the external forces such as sun exposure, weather changes, dust, and other forms of pollution. People always do their best … Continue reading

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What Do Old Age People Need?

As our loved ones approach their golden years, we, the people that surround them, start to face a number of difficulties. We are all aware that growing old is a reality of life that we must all face and it is something that we really can’t avoid. However, there are just times when things don’t … Continue reading

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3 Reasons Why In-Home Care is the Best for You

Elderly people experience many kinds of physical pains. Aging has made them more vulnerable to diseases and medical conditions and this is why it is very important that they are provided with the best care and assistance. If you have a loved one who has reached their “golden years”, what you must do is entrust … Continue reading

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Give the gift you have: Caregiving

The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away. -Pablo Picasso All of us are given the gift of giving care to others. In our little ways, even if it’s a stranger we are able to show care for them. Simple gestures like a smile, a simple greeting and … Continue reading

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Safety is priority: How to prevent falls among senior citizens

Unfortunate events take place unexpectedly and it can’t seem to be helped… or so we thought. Over time and history, it has been shown that among senior citizens, one of the greatest events that contribute to their injuries and hospitalization is the event of falling. Falling among senior citizens seems to be prevailing and as … Continue reading

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Quick Facts on How Aging Changes Our Body [PART II]

Aging continues to change our bodies as time passes by. This natural course, though, is inescapable and/or inevitable. Nevertheless, your lifestyle choices can slow down or speed up the process. Typically, our body is made up of lean tissue, fat, water, and bones. As time pass by, we lose lean tissue, our organs lose cells … Continue reading

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Quick Facts on How Aging Changes Our Body [PART I]

There are so many changes that our bodies go through as we age. In the modern-day lifestyle, our bodies also do its best to attend to your needs and wants. However, you must remember that they have their own capacities and limitations. Covenant Premium Senior Care, a quality provider of senior care in Richmond, Texas, … Continue reading

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