Stretching on a regular basis has numerous advantages for almost everyone. But for seniors, stretching is about more than staying fit and healthy. Performing a few basic stretching exercises for the elderly can help alleviate bone and joint pain, prevent falls during sleep, and maintain everyday mobility—thus improving quality of life.
Between the pandemic and countless hours on screens, we’re not getting enough restful sleep. We go to bed wishing we can fall asleep faster and wake up dreaming of a better night’s sleep.
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Senior adults have an increased risk of facing memory issues. As we age, our brain cells start degenerating, which is why we tend to forget important things. If you want to reduce the risk of becoming forgetful as you age, then there are specific things that you can do to keep your brain active. Mental […]
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