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Spring Health Tips for Seniors

Senior couple strolling outside on a lovely spring day

Spring is a time of fresh starts, so it provides a fabulous opportunity to think about your well-being, evaluate your current status, and take steps to embrace better health. After all, even small changes can reap big benefits. Can seniors benefit from conducting their own wellness checks? …

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How to Stay Young at Heart

Senior couple playing chess

Has anybody ever told you you’re “only as old as you feel?” It may sound like wishful thinking, but there’s actually a lot of evidence that embracing a youthful mindset can lead to all kinds of positive outcomes for seniors. Learning how to stay young at heart …

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Relaxation Techniques for Sleep

Senior woman relaxed in bed after reading, book on chest

Do you often struggle to shake off the day’s stress and excitement before bedtime? And then you find yourself lying in bed, praying for sleep but unable to calm down? You’re not alone! It’s tremendously frustrating when your body is ready for sleep, and yet your mind …

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Relaxing Things to Do at Home

While it’s important to stay active as a senior, it’s also essential that you schedule time for rest and relaxation. When it’s time to kick your feet up and take a break from your busy calendar, it’s good to have a hobby or two to keep yourself occupied. If you find some relaxing things to do at home, you’ll enjoy your downtime to the fullest.

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Fun Memory Games for Seniors

Seniors doing jigsaw puzzle

If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s, dementia, or another age-related memory issue, spending quality time with them is crucial. To liven up your next visit, consider playing a memory game. “Memory games” are simple games that provide seniors with opportunities to practice cognitive skills and …

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How to Be a Lifelong Learner

Seniors in a class, learning and helping one another

Exercising your brain daily is a great way to maintain your mental health, explore your passions, and stay curious about the world around you in your senior years. It may have been a while since you were a student in a classroom, but lifelong learners can get …

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