Each year, one in every three adults age 65 and older falls. Falls can cause moderate to severe injuries, such as hip fractures and head traumas, and can increase the risk of early death. But simple daily action can prevent those falls to happen: #1 Exercise to Prevent Falls When you have osteoporosis, keeping still
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As we age, the brain loses efficient and is less capable store information. Unfortunately these changes are unavoidable, but you may be able to slow them down by making certain lifestyle changes. Here are 5 tips to help you maintain an healthy and efficient brain: #1 Stress Less You get nervous, you get tongue-tied. Even
Unfortunately there are things that will change with age. Your vision is one of them. What can you do to deal with vision loss? How do you protect your vision? Here are 10 useful tips that will for sure help you: #1 See Your Eye Doctor See your eye doctor whenever you have a problem
It’s not uncommon that I remember too well old events, but also start forgetting simple things like “where did I put my keys?” or “did I turn off the lights?”, or even forgetting the name of person that I’ve known well… Does this also happen to you? Thankfully, research is finding new ways to sharpen
You aren’t alone if you have hair that’s thinning… As hair thins, people instinctively load up on products and styling time. This not the correct thing to do, according to dermatologist Zoe Diana Draelos, M.D., of High Point, NC, a consulting professor of dermatology at Duke University School of Medicine. She says: “A lot of
Do you remember the last time you’re in the mood to have sex with your partner? How long ago? Last week, last month? Last…year? Quite often it’s easier to fall into the same excuses: “I’m too exhausted” or “let’s just do it tomorrow”. Sex is crucial for a healthy marriage but it’s also something that
Exercising is beneficial at all ages, as long as it’s done properly to avoid injuries. Frequent exercise for women over 50 will certainly reduce quite a few of the menopause symptoms, like hot flashes, joint soreness, anxiety, depression, and insomnia. It’s also known that workout decreases the risk of heart disease risk, osteoporosis and diabetes,