Finding the time to cook a healthy and nutritious meal every day can be challenging. Especially during times where you have to get up and go. Healthy meal prepping can help alleviate stress while giving you a better, healthier diet.
It is not unusual to see a loss of appetite in a senior as he or she ages. However, the body still needs to be nourished, and your parent or loved one needs to be healthy and strong to ward off or recover from illness or other health problems.
Over the last decade, the senior demographic has made up the fastest-growing segment of the online population. Whether it’s staying connected with family and friends through social media or using online tools that put seniors in control of their lifestyle, technology is improving the aging experience.
Aromatherapy is considered a holistic treatment that uses natural plant extracts to promote health and wellbeing. While you may be unaware of aromatherapy’s benefits, it goes beyond lighting a candle to relax after a hard day.
One of the many changes our bodies experience, as we age, is the amount of vitamins and nutrients we require. Mild vitamin deficiencies are common among the senior demographic, as many are unaware of these nutrient shifts.
Flu season can be treacherous for many, as the CDC predicts that anywhere from 9 million to nearly 50 million people will develop the illness during its season (October to May). However, immunity, our body’s defense system, tends to get weaker with age.
With over 40 million Americans dealing with some form of depression or anxiety, mental wellness is gaining a national and global spotlight. Depression isn’t the only thing that concerns mental wellness, though. Living a mentally healthy life can improve your overall happiness, productivity, coping skills, and your ability to make a positive impact on your community and the world around you.
Winter can be an especially dangerous time for seniors due to the low temperatures, and hazardous weather the season can bring. Senior Solutions Management Group wants to ensure you know what to look out for, and how to stay ahead of the weather.
If your parent or loved one lives in a different state, it can be difficult for them to connect with family as you likely do not see each other often. If you’re unable to spend the holiday season together, it can be even tougher on you and your loved one. While being apart for the holidays can be difficult, there are plenty of gifts for seniors that can help them stay connected with family!
At Senior Solutions Management Group, we understand the benefits of leading a socially active life and the importance of building relationships. Friends can support you through tough times, but they can also provide you with a plethora of health benefits - some you may not even realize.