Simple Tips For Exercising Over 50
Take It Easy The first thing to remember when you’re starting to work out in your 50s is that it’s important to take it easy. You don’t need to be working out for hours every
Want to reduce your risk of dementia? Get your hearing checked today
A new study shows that, although hearing loss increases your risk of dementia, using hearing aids lessens that risk. Are you having a little trouble hearing conversations? If so, you’re not alone. An estimated 23%
5 exercises to improve hand mobility
If you find daily tasks difficult to do because you suffer from stiffness, swelling, or pain in your hands, the right exercises can help get you back in motion. Therapists usually suggest specific hand
The Health Benefits Of Fasting
Fasting has been around for centuries and is still popular today. There are many different reasons people fast, but the most common reason is to improve their health. Fasting can have many health benefits, including
Improve your balance by walking
The sense of balance typically worsens with age. It can be further compromised by certain medical conditions and medications, uncorrected vision problems, or a lack of flexibility. Poor balance often leads to falls, which can
How did you sleep, Honey?
I say this to my wife almost every morning. It’s my way of showing affection because sleep is very important. We are lucky in three ways: 1) Despite our many ups and downs, we have
Constipation Relief … What’s the Scoop?
Constipation can have an awful impact on quality of life among frail seniors. First of all, it increases urinary tract infections. Then, at its worse, it results in fecal impaction and incontinence. This increases caregiver
Dietary Changes to Help Reduce Ulcerative Colitis Symptoms
Since ulcerative colitis (UC), a condition that causes inflammation in the colon and rectum, is never medically cured, certain lifestyle behaviors can help you manage symptoms and better cope with your condition. In addition
February’s Letter From the CEO
Dear Friends,My friend Laurie retired from her corporate job a year or so ago and was lamenting how tough it is to stay positive at a time when bad news is all around us. Take
Amazing Care Member Spotlight — Gwen Rulona
The last Amazing Care meeting I went to was three years ago now, because of the Pandemic, and everything shut down. I want to dust off some of those memories and some of what we
The Impact of Stress on Your Gut
Given how closely the gut and brain interact, it might seem obvious that the pair often influence each other. Some people feel nauseated before giving a presentation; others feel intestinal pain during times of stress.
Is Aging In Place Right For You?
If you’re planning to stay in your home as long as possible, here are some steps you should take. Consider your health, the safety of your home, and the resources available in your community. The
Holidays: Gifting YOURSELF the Right Amount of Connection
Holidays are a time of gift giving. Remember to give yourself an especially important gift: the “just right” amount of connection with others. Caregiving is hard work. Take care of yourself. If you don’t treat
December’s Letter From the CEO
Dear Friends, From the Tellez family to you and yours, best wishes for a healthy, safe and happy holiday! As you can see from the photo, my grandkids are growing fast and will be taller