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Common Reasons for Limited Mobility in Seniors in Amarillo, TX
Common Reasons for Limited Mobility in Seniors in Amarillo, TX
By Kim May, 9:00 am on March 27, 2020

One of the biggest concerns seniors have as they get older is maintaining their ability to move around. When seniors cannot move around easily, it’s difficult for them to stay healthy, take care of themselves, and retain independence. Learning about the common causes of mobility loss in seniors can make…

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Ways for Showing Appreciation for a Family Caregiver in Amarillo, TX
Ways for Showing Appreciation for a Family Caregiver in Amarillo, TX
By Kim May, 9:00 am on March 13, 2020

Family caregivers put a lot of work into caring for senior loved ones while balancing their busy schedules and finding ways to maintain a sense of fulfillment. Most caregivers rarely receive the praise they deserve, yet they continue to support their loved ones. Here are some ways to thank the…

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Foods for Older Adults with Parkinson’s to Avoid in Amarillo, TX
Foods for Older Adults with Parkinson’s to Avoid in Amarillo, TX
By Kim May, 9:00 am on February 28, 2020

Diet and nutrition play a big role in boosting general health in seniors with Parkinson’s. Although there isn’t a single Parkinson’s diet plan recommended by doctors, it’s generally understood that certain foods are better than others. You already know your senior loved one should be eating plenty of fresh fruits…

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Signs of Heart Failure in Aging Adults in Amarillo, TX
Signs of Heart Failure in Aging Adults in Amarillo, TX
By Kim May, 9:00 am on February 14, 2020

When the heart is healthy, it pumps blood throughout the body. Some older adults experience heart failure, a condition that hinders the heart’s ability to pump blood efficiently. When this happens, blood can remain in the tissues and cause a variety of symptoms. The following are signs of heart failure…

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2018@b1L0geR
2018@b1L0geR
By Kim May, 9:00 am on January 31, 2020

Getting older doesn’t automatically mean your senior loved one will get sick easily. However, there are certain factors that can increase an older adult’s susceptibility to seasonal illnesses like the flu and other conditions. Today, we’re going to discuss six of the more common reasons seniors get sick easily and…

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Advantages of Being Happy in the Golden Years in Amarillo, TX
Advantages of Being Happy in the Golden Years in Amarillo, TX
By Kim May, 9:00 am on January 17, 2020

Being happy can increase longevity, boost independence, and stave off dangerous health conditions. Therefore, you should promote activities that enhance your senior loved one’s mood and boost his or her quality of life. Continue reading to learn some of the reasons seniors should be happy as they age and what…

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Tips Seniors Can Remain Safe When Exercising in Amarillo, TX
Tips Seniors Can Remain Safe When Exercising in Amarillo, TX
By Kim May, 9:00 am on December 27, 2019

Physical activity is crucial to overall wellbeing because it enhances bone health and cognitive health. However, many adults stop exercising in their senior years due to weaker bones and the fear of injuries. Below are some safety tips your aging loved one can use to reduce his or her fear…

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Do Some Older Adults Have Decreased Appetites in Amarillo, TX
Do Some Older Adults Have Decreased Appetites in Amarillo, TX
By Kim May, 9:00 am on December 13, 2019

A poor appetite doesn’t necessarily mean your senior loved one has a serious health-related problem. Even so, it’s critical that older adults get enough nutrition from the foods they eat to stay healthy, which is why it’s helpful to have a better understanding of why your loved one may lose…

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How Families Can Care for Seniors with Parkinson’s in Amarillo, TX
How Families Can Care for Seniors with Parkinson’s in Amarillo, TX
By Kim May, 9:00 am on November 29, 2019

Tremors, balance issues, slowed movement, and swallowing difficulties are some of the common symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Issues like these can present challenges when caring for an elderly loved one with this nervous system disorder. The good news is you can care effectively for your loved one in…

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