We all know that physical activity goes a long way in promoting healthy aging, but many of us find it difficult to stick to an exercise routine on our own. Whatever exercise you choose to do will boost your overall health and wellness, but there is also a way that you can make your fitness routine even easier on yourself. Grab a friend, family member, or neighbor and sign them up to be your workout partner!
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Summer is the season to enjoy the outdoors. After being cooped up in the house all winter long, it is refreshing to venture outside and enjoy the warmer weather with friends and family. From family cookouts or tending to your garden to spending the day at the pool or on the beach, summer is the time to have fun in the sun!
When a real estate agent shows a home, one of the first highlights they point out is the amount of natural light in a room. There is a reason for this. Whether we realize it or not, we all seek out natural light. Without knowing why we crave as much of it as possible.
Independence is important to all of us. As children, we could not wait for the day that we had total freedom. As we age, this does not change; we want to remain in control of our lives.
At The Pavilion Senior Living, we are not just another senior living community. We are a family-focused provider who puts the health, wellness, and safety of our residents before anything else.
Over two-thirds, or 13 million, of all veterans are 55 years of age or older; however, only 5% of senior veterans utilize their benefits.
Even if you are just beginning your search for senior living, you will find that not all senior living communities are created equal. And finding the right community for yourself or someone you love is crucial.
When it comes to Medicare coverage, it can be confusing to figure out what is included. Each part of Medicare covers different aspects of care and provides its own specific benefits.
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We often focus on diet and exercise to promote healthy aging, but socialization plays a significant role in our overall health and wellness. A strong social life has been linked to various health benefits, including reducing the risk of depression, increasing longevity, and promoting cognitive functioning.
So, you have found yourself in the role of caregiver for a parent or family member. Now what? What skills and qualities do you need to be successful? What can you expect on a daily basis? How will you manage all of your other responsibilities and avoid developing caregiver burnout?
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