Tossing and turning is not an unavoidable side effect of getting older. Aging leads to health issues, including sleep problems. Sleep problems lead to health issues. Health and aging leads to long-term care.
If you are a senior or have a loved one who is, staying busy and active can be challenging, especially during the winter. The right hobby can help maintain physical and emotional well-being.
Where you live could have an impact on your risk of Alzheimer's. However, none of us are immune from the financial costs and burdens of aging, including the chance at dementia. Planning is essential.
Your IRA should feature many different types of investments. You have likely heard about real estate investments for retirement, but are they right for you?
Get past age 50 you start seeing ads for senior living communities. As you or a loved one gets older senior living communities might be ideal living arrangement. Some communities are connected to long-term care facilities. Planning is essential.
Technology produces incredible opportunities to connect to friends and family. Take advantage of the evolving digital world to stay connected to grandchildren and other family members.
How will you address future aging? The idea of aging-in-place is even more popular as a result of the virus crisis. Whether you need future long-term care or not, your health, body, and mind will change as you get older. Planning is essential.
It is not often there is good news about dementia treatment. Although only affecting a small percentage of cognitive impairment, researchers now have a cure for one type of dementia that often gets misdiagnosed.
Dementia does not escape anyone. Country star Hal Ketchum died from complications due to Alzheimer's. Long-term care costs are devastating on savings, and the consequences on family create stress and anxiety.