The Importance of Sleep for Seniors

We all need sleep, but as we age, the quality of our sleep may diminish due to medications and other causes. Prioritizing a good night’s sleep is especially important for seniors. Here’s why.    The purpose of sleep is rejuvenation. During your sleep cycle, your body repairs cell damage and gives your immune system a refresh. These efforts positively affect your health by optimizing brain and body functions that can help improve memory and concentration, protect against disease, and even elevate your mood. So how Continue reading →

New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors

As we approach the end of 2020, many people are looking back on this challenging year, but now is the time to look ahead. New Year’s resolutions have been around for a long time, but this year they may be even more important for seniors. Now is the time to reflect on your life and focus on things that will bring you joy and good health for all of next year. Here are a few healthy resolutions for seniors to consider for themselves.   Become Continue reading →

Why Exercise is So Important for Seniors

We’ve heard it many times – that a good diet, exercise, and plenty of sleep are all important for good health. And as we enter the holiday season, it’s important to keep up all those healthy habits. But what is the real importance of exercise for seniors? We’ve put together some of the most important benefits of exercise for people over age 65.   Lowered disease risk. As we age, the risk of acquiring medical conditions like heart disease, cancer, and type 2 diabetes increase. Continue reading →

Holiday Safety Tips for Seniors

The holiday season is upon us, and 2020 is much different from other years. We’re all paying attention to safety for our health, but sometimes that means other precautions go by the wayside. Here are a few important tips for seniors to ensure all-around safety this holiday season.   Decorations. We all have boxes and boxes of decorations we’ve collected over the years. But if they fill up too much space, try rotating the ones you use so there are fewer on display. The idea Continue reading →

Helping Seniors Who are Experiencing Depression

People experience a lot of changes as they get older, but depression should not be one of them. According to the CDC, about seven million adults over 65 in the US experience depression, but the condition is not a normal part of aging. It’s important for everyone to know the signs of depression so they can help the seniors in their life. Depression is a mental health condition that can affect people of any age, but for seniors who feel less connected with their family Continue reading →

How to Help Seniors Learn to Use Technology

Technology is everywhere, and much of it can be valuable to seniors, especially while we are all social distancing due to COVID-19. However, it can be hard to learn how to use technology when it’s something completely new and different to you. After all, seniors didn’t grow up using today’s modern technology like smartphones. If you’re trying to show your grandparents how to use their device, these tips can help. And if you’re a senior yourself and need a better way to explain why learning Continue reading →

Tips for Seniors: Healthy Nutrition for an Active Lifestyle

These days, there’s a huge emphasis on health, and for good reason – staying healthy can keep your immune system strong and help your body fight off viruses and other pathogens that can cause illness. Staying healthy takes a combination of efforts, from exercise to nutrition to caring for your mental wellbeing. Today, we’re focusing on the best nutrition tips for seniors to help you eat healthily and stay strong.    Choose your food wisely. We all love to splurge on the occasional sweet dessert, Continue reading →

Tips for Seniors: Staying Safe While Staying Fit

We all know the importance of exercise, and staying fit is important for your health no matter what your age. But as seniors, we need to do a little extra planning when we exercise to make sure that our exercise activity is safe, considering any health conditions and medications we’re taking. Whether we’re participating in a group activity at our senior living facility or taking a walk or a run in the neighborhood, safety is a top priority. Here are a few tips that will Continue reading →

Fun Socially Distanced Activities for Seniors

To slow the spread of COVID-19, most communities are implementing preventative measures like social distancing and wearing face masks. While it’s especially important to keep seniors safe, physical distancing can be difficult for seniors who may feel isolated since they can’t visit family the way they used to. For seniors, it’s important to stay active to stay positive, and fortunately, there are still plenty of fun activities seniors can do to stay connected with others, whether through their senior living facility activities program or in Continue reading →

Simplify Your Move to a New Home with a Senior Moving Manager

Moving to a new home is tough for everyone with all the packing, labeling, moving, and unpacking. But for seniors, it can be an even bigger challenge due to limited mobility or just because the job is so overwhelming after acquiring a lifetime’s worth of possessions. For many, a senior moving manager can be a blessing. Today, we’ll talk about all the benefits of hiring a senior moving manager for your move, whether it’s to a smaller home or a senior assisted living facility.  Sorting Continue reading →