New LifeStyles Senior Living & Care Blog

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Are You Suffering From a Hormonal Imbalance?

Hormones play a significant role in the human body, so much so that a small imbalance can result in a host of side effects that leave you feeling off. But how do you know if what you’re feeling is a hormonal imbalance or something else? Here are some symptoms to…

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5 Things to Consider with a Hearing Test

Despite how important hearing tests are, they’re not particularly integrated into our lives. If you were headed in for a hearing test, you might not know what the process has in store. That’s why we’ve made a shortlist of five things to keep in mind during a hearing test. The…

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How Seniors Can Do More to Protect Their Health and Well Being

Being concerned about your well-being isn’t just something you do in your early years of life. Rather, it’s more important than ever to protect your health and well-being going into your senior years as your body takes longer to rebound from illnesses. Here are five different suggestions that you can…

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3 Tips for Staying Active After Retirement

Retirement is full of opportunities. There are new people to meet, hobbies to try, and life to live. A healthy, active lifestyle can help you make the most out of every day. Establishing an exercise routine can be daunting no matter where you are in life, but the payoff is…

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Steps to Keep Walking as You Age

Aging presents a number of challenges, both physical and mental. However, there are a host of actions you can take to prevent loss of mobility and stay independent. Here are some steps that will keep you up and walking with confidence. Perform Stretches One of the common effects of aging…

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6 Foods That Might Help Prevent Dementia

Dementia is a term for a significant decline in mental ability, causing symptoms such as memory loss, behavior changes and loss of language skills. There are many different forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and vascular dementia.  Preventing dementia can be difficult, but studies show that staying active,…

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How to Make Your Home More Wheelchair-Accessible

If you or the senior you love with uses a wheelchair, you’ll need to make sure your space is livable and accessible to the wheelchair-user. Here’s a brief guide on how to make your home more wheelchair accessible. Find a solution for stairs Stairs may be difficult or even impossible…

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The Importance of Winter Exercise for Seniors

When the weather gets cooler, it’s easy to find excuses to stay inside. All of a sudden, the blustery wind, icy sidewalks, and contagious illnesses make not venturing outside much more appealing, particularly for seniors. But, as a result, physical activity decreases, especially with age. Staying active as a senior…

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The Best Ways to Avoid Getting Sick this Winter

Winter comes with a lot of baggage, which includes potentially getting sick. However, due to so many work and holiday obligations, getting sick this time of year can cause some massive headaches. To remain healthy, try some of these ways to avoid getting sick in the winter. Use a Humidifier…

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Senior Health Tips: Maintaining Healthy Bones, Muscles, and Joints

One of the first things to go as you age is your bone density, muscle mass, and joints. You can’t get around as well, you’re prone to injuries, and, for some seniors, it feels like you’re shrinking or losing weight. Your joints lose fluid and cartilage causing them to be…

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