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!

Different Types of Immune-Boosting Teas

There’s no better time to seek out a way to boost your immune system than now. Luckily, there’s an easy way to do that, and it comes in a delicious package: tea. Drinking tea has been a world-renowned activity for generations, thanks to the immense amount of health benefits it…

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Eye Health During Coronavirus – Why Seniors Need to Be Extra Careful

The novel coronavirus has brought about a state of panic around the globe with its threatening consequences, such as a severe respiratory infection that may lead to death. It is dangerous because it can be easily transmitted through respiratory droplets. Therefore, I feel I must share every piece of relevant…

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Caring for Yourself: Eight Self-Care Tips for Caregivers

As the name implies, caregivers take care of others, often seniors or others who have a mental or physical condition that makes it difficult for them to engage in everyday activities. While some caregivers are paid employees managed by agencies, far more are informal volunteers, usually family members who have…

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Special Diets for Seniors

Food is an important part of our health. It’s also something individuals need to pay closer attention to as they get older. The following are various healthy diets for seniors to consider: Gluten Free Diet One diet that you should consider is a gluten-free diet. Many seniors develop Celiac disease,…

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Tips To Sleep Better At Night As You Are Older

As we grow older, it is completely normal to notice that we wake up earlier than we used to. It is also very common to often wake up in the middle of the night. Even falling asleep during the daytime is difficult. Unfortunately, this is normal. Fortunately, there are things…

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Things Seniors Can Do Outside During Social Distancing

Elders may experience intense stress and worry due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While all seniors are at risk, those with underlying health conditions are in even more danger from potential exposure. Nevertheless, seniors who can manage safely on their own can benefit from getting outside for some activity, which can…

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Aging and Teeth Shifting – Why It Happens and What You can Do

As we age, we experience many changes in our body, including changes in our smile. Yes, that’s right. Teeth tend to shift from their position as we age. Therefore, problems such as overbite teeth, teeth overlapping, gapped teeth, etc. are common in older people. So, if you suddenly notice a…

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Why It’s Important for Seniors to Stay Active and Physically Fit

As older adults, we hear it all the time—exercise, exercise, exercise. But is it really that big of a deal if we don’t get the recommended amount of exercise each week? Well, we’re here to say that, indeed, staying active and physically fit is one of the most important things…

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Five Tips for Healthy Golden Years

Living as a senior doesn’t mean you have to stop living. In fact, one report from the Postgraduate Medical Journal states, “With increasing age, there is an increased risk of developing non-communicable chronic health conditions.” Inactivity, they say, can result in many medical problems and certainly contributes to mortality. Seniors…

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Ways Seniors Can Meet New Friends

Sometimes, as we age, it becomes more difficult to connect with others as we retire from work and our family moves to distant areas. However, maintaining a sense of community is important for a healthy lifestyle and mindset. If you don’t find yourself interacting much with others in your daily…

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