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How Sugar is Linked to Dementia and How to Curb Your Sweet Cravings

Science has yet to discover the definite cause of dementia, but they certainly found out the particular factors that can increase your risk of having the disease. This includes genetics, aging, stress, and smoking.  But many wonder if diet and certain foods can also expose one to dementia? Well, the chilling answer is YES.  According [...]

The Best Senior Diets to Promote a Healthy Heart

It’s safe to say that everyone already knows the massive impact of the foods they eat on their heart’s health. Of course, other factors can also increase one’s risk of having heart disease—there’s genetics, obesity, stress, smoking, and an inactive lifestyle. But according to the CDC, poor diet remains to be the top contender in [...]

How to Spot the Differences Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Part of Alzheimer’s Awareness month should be about acknowledging the similarities and differences between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.  Alzheimer’s and dementia both have similar symptoms, but mainly differ in the severity. Knowing the differences is important so that you can find the appropriate memory care near you.    Spotting the Signs of Dementia First, let’s [...]

How to Find the Best Independent Living in Oceanside, CA

Moving into independent living in Oceanside, CA, is a big life decision. Discovering the ideal new home takes plenty of time, effort, and research. If that’s the case, then where are you supposed to begin? The services and amenities offered by independent living can vary greatly. The majority of facilities provide healthy meals, transportation, housekeeping [...]

How to Maintain a Healthy Heart As You Age

One of the leading causes of death is related to heart disease. As young as possible, you need to make smart choices to prevent heart disease. An unhealthy diet and lack of exercise can take a toll on your physical health. By starting early and taking simple steps, it can positively impact your cardiovascular system. [...]

4 Tips for Improving Your Mental Health

Mental health is both a global and social issue that has been present since the dawn of time. In fact, the pandemic brought by COVID-19 has only increased and aggravated the problem further, affecting many people of different ages, especially seniors. Even without the current health crisis, about 20% of older adults aged 55 and [...]

7 Fun Spring Activities for Senior Living Facilities

Say goodbye to the long, cold nights of winter because spring is finally here! That means sunshine and an ideal temperature perfect for outdoor bonding with your loved ones. This is also the perfect time for the residents of senior living facilities to get up, throw their blankets away, and enjoy the outdoor air.  After [...]

How Exercise Helps Stimulate Your Brain

Most elderlies residing in senior living in Oceanside engage in regular physical activity for good reasons. The biggest reasons include managing their diabetes and trying to achieve a healthy weight. But did you know that regular exercise also has a tremendous impact on your brain and mental well-being? Working out may be a physical kind [...]

How Seniors Can Thrive Independent Living in Oceanside

For centuries, people used to believe that infants' or toddlers' age is the most tender age. But, we cannot ignore that being an older adult is not an easy job either. As at this age, from being an infant to a teenager, we have our parents to look after us.  Seniors don't have that luxury; [...]

How Seniors Benefit from Memory Care Services

More and more seniors have come to recognize the benefits of aging within a healthy community provided by senior living retirement homes. As a result of this high demand, various housing options start to sprout up--from independent living facilities to resort retirement communities. Fortunately, senior communities not only cater to independent and non-disabled seniors - [...]

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