Aging

Aging

The Aging Process - How Your Body Changes with Age (Infographic)

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Aging is no fun. There is no escape, we will all get older and more frail. As we age all our organs slowly become less effective, the cells, tissues, and systems inside our body grow tired and old too.  Take a look at this infographic to find out what kind of changes your body goes through as you grow older:

Five Surprising Ways Exercise Benefits Seniors

It’s never too late to receive the benefits from exercise. Even a moderate exercise program will have an impact. Be sure to include both exercise that promotes strength and endurance (walking, swimming, bicycling, rowing) and flexibility and balance (yoga, stretching, weight training).

Wise and Liberated: 4 Ways To Find Freedom With Old Age

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Today, approximately one in seven adults belongs to the older adult demographic. If this includes you, then you are likely wondering how to maintain your independence and freedom into your golden years, which may include these four innovative methods!

Elderly Parent? Four Steps to Put Them and Yourself at Ease

Aging parents often struggle with being alone all of the time. Their children have moved away and have children of their own. There are also not many people who come by to visit them anymore. While it can be very lonely, there are also safety concerns that they might have. Luckily, there are a few ways that you can help them to feel more at ease.

Modern Longevity: What Factors Contribute to a Longer Life Expectancy?

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With the obesity epidemic encroaching on the modern world and the toxicity of machines saturating our natural resources, you may find yourself worrying about life expectancy. It's possible to slow the aging process in a fast paced world, but it requires commitment and a genuine interest in improving your own lifestyle. Here are some of the top contributing factors to living a long life.

How Hospice Care Can Help Family Members of Cancer Patients

Contrary to popular belief, hospice care is not just for those at the end of life. It is designed to increase a person's chance of survival by stabilizing their medical condition and addressing their needs. 

Aging and Health Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Aging itself causes a slowing of the body systems that can be minimized by appropriate health care. Here are a few issues you can discuss with your doctor that will ensure you enjoy good health regardless of your age.

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