New LifeStyles Senior Living & Care Blog

We know that it can be tough, finding care for a loved one, or taking care of them yourself. So we offer our end users a blog with information on care giving, choosing a community, senior living and care news and just for fun!

What Seniors Need To Know To Stay Safe During The COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our way of living for the near future. Without a vaccine, we will have to adjust to going out in public with personal protection, or PPE, and new social distancing protocols in restaurants and stores. With the older adults and those with underlying conditions, it…

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5 Things You Should Know About Fitness for Seniors

These are supposed to be the best years of your life — the retirement years, the golden years. Your quality of life will likely be a result of two lifestyle factors: diet and exercise. One of the benefits of keeping fit is increased mobility and balance–two factors that are of…

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Managing Aches and Pains in the Elderly

As one ages, aches and pains become a common occurrence. However, there are instances where these pains can be a symptom of underlying health problems. For this reason, managing aches and pains have become a challenge for geriatric medical practitioners. Those with advanced age often complain of arthritis, cancer, and…

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Tips for Caring for Your Elderly Parents

Looking after aging parents can drain you both physically and financially. Today’s lifestyle is extremely demanding, and you may struggle to juggle work and your senior parents’ well-being. Here are tips to keep your parents happy, healthy, and comfortable without compromising your well-being and peace of mind: 1.    Hire an…

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3 Myths About Aging Every Senior Should Debunk

No one can ever escape from the aging process. Our bodies grow just a little older each passing day, so science hasn’t been able to stop it. However, there are myths about aging that, unfortunately, have affected how many people take care of themselves. There are just too many health…

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3 Activities that Keep Seniors Mentally Alert

Many people are wrongfully led to believe that memory loss is a normal component of the aging process. It’s not. Everyone can grow old with their memories of themselves and their loved ones still intact. In fact, losing such crucial memories is a disorder that we should try to avoid….

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Save Yourself With Self-Care

Most people who have a lot of responsibility struggle with self-care, if you also fill the role of caregiver, taking time for yourself is probably overlooked. Being a caregiver, it is imperative to recognize your own physical and emotional needs before you can take care of someone else. By looking…

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4 Ways to Safely Help Elders During the Pandemic

It’s almost three months now since WHO officially declared COVID-19 outbreaks all over the world a pandemic. But in many countries, people have been coping with local epidemics for even longer. Many of us are tired and downhearted.  The pandemic doesn’t spare the young – even those who stay healthy…

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Improve Health in Your Golden Years With These Medicinal Flowers

Looking for a list of herbs to help improve your health? Look no further, we have medicinal flowers that you can use to naturally heal your ailments. We are all always looking for ways to improve our health, especially as we get older. It can be overwhelming to manage all…

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Managing Diabetes in the Elderly and How Caregivers Can Help

Diabetes is extremely common among the senior population. It is estimated that about 26.8 percent of elderly adults in the United States have diabetes. While seniors are more likely to be impacted by this disease, the good news is that diabetes management is possible. As a caregiver, you can play…

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