Preventing Dehydration In Seniors

Preventing Dehydration In Seniors

When the water outflow of an individual is higher than their water intake, they get dehydrated. Water is essential to our bodies for many different purposes, including temperature regulation through sweating, transporting nutrients to cells, joint lubrication and cushioning, and body waste elimination. Even minor dehydration can have detrimental impacts. When it comes to dehydration…

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Home Vs. Senior Living Costs

Home Vs. Senior Living Costs

When evaluating care and retirement options for aged adults, there are several influential factors to consider, including lifestyle choices, transportation, socialization, mobility constraints, and daily routines. Considerations concerning retirement housing may ultimately come down to price. You cannot stay a place you cannot afford. However, even if cost is not an issue, if other options…

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Helping Seniors Gain Healthy Weight

Helping Seniors Gain Healthy Weight

As the human body evolves, age-related changes can have a significant impact on nutrition requirements and appetites. Aged adults require fewer calories than younger individuals, so they generally eat less and feel full faster. An aged adult’s appetite and weight might also be affected by a variety of medical conditions. Chronic illnesses and appetite suppressant…

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Curbing Depression In Seniors

Curbing Depression In Seniors

We go through ups and downs from childhood to adulthood. Think of it as a rollercoaster ride where you go through a range of emotions and have good and bad days. After going through traumatic experiences like losing a loved one, it’s common to be faced with grief. But when it comes to depression, the…

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