Caring for the environment and engaging in practices that are helpful for the planet should be a priority for all of us. Living a greener lifestyle and setting things up in a way that allows for a more environmentally conscious life doesn’t have to be complicated. There are so many ways that seniors and their caregivers can do their part just by making little adjustments and intentional choices about their behaviours, habits, use, and awareness.
With ageing come various changes that can impact the way skin looks and feels. As the texture, sensitivity, and vulnerability of the skin changes with age, it becomes increasingly important to engage in self-care practices that can help to promote skin-health and keep things feeling and looking as healthy as possible. Older skin behaves differently than it did in younger years, so seniors may need to make some adjustments to their Skincare routines to better suit their skin in its current state.
With older age comes numerous changes that can impact things like mobility, sensitivity, motor skills, and other things that can alter our ability to dress ourselves, and to feel comfortable in the clothes we are wearing each day. Adaptive Clothing exists specifically to help individuals feel more comfortable in their clothes day-today, and allows for the maintenance of greater independence when it comes to dressing oneself.
Over the past few years, we have written numerous articles that touch on Alzheimer’s and Dementia, and the ways in which the lives of both seniors and their caregivers can be affected by the many challenges that accompany these conditions. The following are some of those articles:
Apples are a tasty and enjoyable snack that many people enjoy, but they can be so much more than that. Apples have many nutritional properties that can help to keep seniors healthy, and incorporating them into seniors’ rotation of snacks can yield positive benefits.
Stress is something that everyone deals with, but chronic stress can impact the body in ways that require attention when tending to seniors’ overall wellbeing. Seniors who deal with a lot of stress and don’t have a proper outlet to deal with it often find themselves experiencing various negative symptoms that can impact their experience of their day-to-day lives, such as: muscle tension, depression, anxiety, headaches, and gastrointestinal issues. All of this goes to say that the implications of prolonged stress can meaningfully impact seniors’ health and wellbeing.
Many seniors experience the sensation of Dry Mouth in older age, often as a side-effect of taking medications for common conditions. As a result of the many health conditions and complications that can come as a part of growing older, many seniors find themselves taking multiple different medications. Unfortunately, the more medications, the higher the chance of experiencing Dry Mouth and the problems it can cause. In order to tend to oral health and the overall quality of life issues that can come as a result of dealing with the irritation and problems of Dry Mouth, it is important to have an understanding of the condition and how best to address it.