We all use the bathroom. However, as we get older it becomes more difficult to do all the things we do in that room. With the virus, we can’t skip keeping clean. You or an older family member could benefit from these bathroom tips.
You use your joints. You might abuse your joints. With longevity your joints can suffer. Protect them as best you can before you get older. Prepare also for the consequences of aging sooner than later.
Today’s baby boomers are often living alone or away from family members. Technology and planning will help maintain health and independence. Advance planning makes it easier on family.
Have you planned to save enough money so you can enjoy success and enjoyable future retirement? Many people fail to consider the high costs of health care, including long-term care services. Planning is essential.
Headaches, especially migraines, are not fun. New research shows if you suffer from auras you have a higher risk of dementia. Planning for the future costs & burdens of aging is essential to protect assets and ease family stress.
Don’t ignore your risk of dementia. Take action to delay your cognitive decline. You can also prepare your family and finances for future long-term care costs and the burdens it placed on your family.
Do you worry too much? Is the glass half full? For those who think negatively you could be making changes in your brain which can be harmful in the years ahead.
Attention to oral health should not be ignored as a loved one gets older. Ignoring dental health can complicate other existing health issues or cause other aging health problems.
Most of us have had to stay close to home due to the virus crisis. For older Americans or those with health issues, being at home can lead to health issues and depression. Keeping everyone active is essential.