Focus on mental health problems should start younger as the impact of depression and related health problems in older adults can be more severe. Depression is associated with declining health in people with conditions like heart disease and diabetes.
Being a caregiver is challenging. While it can be rewarding, the responsibilities and tasks are not easy. There are physical and emotional burdens that come with being a caregiver. ‘Mindful exercises” will help.
Have you heard someone say, "I'm on a fixed income," perhaps a parent - maybe yourself? Budgeting for life after retirement is best to think about before you retire. Either way, there are ways to save and enjoy a more successful retirement.
You might be at risk for Osteoporosis. Even men can be at risk. It occurs when your bone density decreases, causing broken bones, pain, and disability. Aging happens. Be prepared. Your health, body, and mind change as you get older.
Some people fear HOAs, especially when they are not familiar with them and their role in a community. There are rules. There are fees. However, some HOAs can be wonderful - others, not so much.
We know that understanding medical history is important to more than just your overall health. Learn your family's medical history and share yours with your loved ones. Everyone will benefit with the knowledge.
A new government website will feature many resources to help families and those affected by Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. With more American's affected with cognitive decline, information is critical.
You think you know your children. Maybe you do. However, without a plan for your future long-term health care, your family may differ on how you will receive care. It might be chaos unless you plan now.
You probably have not had 'the talk' with your parents. When Mom or Dad needs help at home, don't delay and get them the right support. Now, you better think about your need decades from now.