As you age, you start sleeping, “like a baby.” That phrase typically means sleeping soundly. But as many parents can attest, it more often means frequent waking, early bedtimes and early rising, and napping during the day.
Retired life can be golden, especially in a residence that’s a perfect match for your lifestyle. When selecting a community it’s important to take many aspects into consideration. Choosing the right community can be difficult, and it starts with assessing personal needs. Here are four key components to help you choose a senior living community […]
If you’re looking for a way to ward off dementia and depression, lower blood pressure, reduce the risks of osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis, learn new skills, make new friends, and get to know your family better than ever, you may be surprised at the solution.
While mild forgetfulness is normal as people age, some memory problems can be early signs of Alzheimer’s disease. The effects vary from person to person but it’s important to know the risk factors and be able to recognize the symptoms of Alzheimer’s. Additionally, although there is no definitive evidence about what can prevent Alzheimer’s or […]
After retirement it is not uncommon for seniors to face a period of mental stagnation that can lead to decline. Finding ways to combat this natural tendency is important for seniors so that they can continue to function longer and enjoy life. Learning can help seniors avoid the natural mental decline for a longer period […]
For aging adults like the residents at Towne Club Windermere, nutrition is a key to maintaining physical and mental wellness. Healthy living can lower an individual’s risk of chronic illnesses like heart disease, hypertension and diabetes. While the National Institute of Health says that there is insufficient evidence to show that food can prevent Alzheimer’s […]