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Simple Ways to Enhance Senior’s Mobility

Exercise plays a role in helping seniors age gracefully. From walking, eating to bathing, regular exercise helps seniors carry out daily activities independently. Exercise also boosts mental health, improves mood, and fights depression. Most importantly, physical exercise reduces the risks of falling at home and maintains strength and mobility. Below are ways to enhance mobility … Continue reading

Looking Out for Our Elders’ Mental Health

Our elderly loved ones are prone to depression and anxiety because of the stress that comes with old age and the sudden inability to cope with life’s challenges. Sometimes, it can’t be helped that they do not function the same way as they did when they were younger albeit they try very hard but it’s … Continue reading

Fun Brain Stimulating Games for Seniors

A lot of cases have proven how aging can be tricky for your brain health. The good news is, there are ways to help maintain your memory and brain health. Keeping your body healthy is as important as keeping your mind healthy, especially in old age. Here at Advantage Senior Care, a trusted and well-established Home … Continue reading

Helping Seniors Achieve Healthy Hair

Our hair is among the most noticeable part of our body—even from a distance. And it plays a huge part in our appearance. As we age, we lose the luster we once had. The color may turn gray and we may experience some hair loss. These changes can also affect how seniors feel about themselves. … Continue reading

Anemia in Seniors Must Not Be Taken Lightly

Senior citizens who have an iron deficiency and vitamin B12 deficiency can have anemia. Although the condition may not seem like a serious health issue, some studies have shown that older adults who are anemic are at risk of losing their physical abilities, experiencing a functional deterioration, getting hospitalized, and being admitted to nursing homes … Continue reading

Know Which Tasks Your Senior Loved One Is Struggling With

Most seniors prefer to live in their own homes rather than move in with a family member or relocate to a nursing home. However, many of them begin to have trouble with everyday activities, such as shopping, cooking, housekeeping, and personal care, as they continue to age. You may hear your senior loved ones complaining … Continue reading

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