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Why is Wellness Important to Senior Adults?

What Is Senior Wellness?  The average life expectancy continues to grow, and that/s good news for seniors. However, living longer is much more positive if you’re in good mental, physical and emotional health. Research has shown that making the most of your retirement years depends largely on your lifestyle choices.  “Wellness” is a term that’s …

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What to Consider When Making a Move to Senior Living

Are You Ready to Make the Move to Senior Living? Whether you’re nearing retirement or ready to take the leap now, you’re probably starting to put some thought into how you want to spend your retirement years. As more seniors embrace the idea of an active retirement lifestyle, the option of a senior living community …

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How Memory Care Can Help Loved Ones with Dementia

Memory Care Facilities Can Help Loved Ones with Dementia Every September, Alzheimer’s Disease International recognizes World Alzheimer’s Month. It’s a way to raise global awareness of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, and challenge the stigma and misinformation that still surround dementia.  To that end, Eagle Senior Living is devoting this blog post to facts and information …

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Senior Mental Health: Ways to Boost Your Mood

How Seniors Can Elevate Their Mood  You know the old saying, “We are what we eat.” We all know that doesn’t literally mean we could turn into jelly donuts after we eat them. It does mean our middles can look like a donut and jiggle like jelly if we overindulge too often. And that doesn’t make …

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Driving Safety for Seniors

Safe Driving Tips for Seniors Here’s an interesting fact, per the AARP: People 65 and older are pretty safe drivers.  Seniors have lower rates of crashes and crashes involving injuries than all drivers between 16 and 64. They also have the lowest percentage of crashes involving alcohol and the highest seat belt use of any …

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Health Benefits of Seniors Getting Immunizations

Is It Important for Seniors to Get Immunizations? Vaccines are seniors’ best shot at lowering their risk of getting certain diseases. Even if older adults aren’t particularly worried about themselves, getting vaccinated can help protect their family members with weakened immune systems or their newborn grandchildren. So it stands to reason seniors would recognize the …

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Summer Safety for Seniors

What are helpful ways to stay safe this summer? Floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, severe heat or cold temps. What type of hazardous weather would you think leads to the most fatalities?If you said it’s heat, you’re right, according to statistics compiled by the National Weather Service. A 2020 Climate Central report showed an estimated 12,000 Americans die …

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Safe Medication Management: Tips for Seniors

What are Ways Seniors Can Safely Manage Medications? As the U.S. population overall gets older, seniors are living with more chronic health conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure and kidney disease. Older adults are also taking increasingly more medications to help manage these conditions.  Medications and aging adults Taking more medications isn’t necessarily …

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Importance of Aging Adults Staying Active

What are the benefits of staying active for older adults? FACT: The loss of strength and stamina attributed to aging is in part caused by reduced physical activity.It’s no secret that staying active contributes to a healthy lifestyle. But regular movement and exercise can be a challenge for aging adults. Good news: Spring and summer …

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Ways to Keep the Brain Healthy

Best Ways for Seniors to Keep the Brain Healthy June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month. So here are some interesting facts about the brain and some healthy brain activities for seniors.  Did You Know? It’s a myth that humans only use 10% of their brains. Neurologists confirm that you use every part of your brain, …

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