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The Key to Keep Ourselves Mentally Active

When we age, it is common to hear from others to take care of our bodies and keep ourselves physically active. However, we tend to forget about taking care of our mental health, which is at the same level as physical health. It can be a challenge ove...

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Nervous Breakdown and Taking Care of Ourselves

A nervous or mental breakdown is a term used to describe a period of intense mental distress. It is used to refer to a wide variety of mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety. During this period, our ability to function in activities of daily...

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Essential Benefits of Companionship in Aging Adults

Did you know that as we get older, the more important it is to connect with friends and family members? Yes, for aging adults, socialization play a significant role in their health and well-being. In particular, companionship wards of anxiety and dep...

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Get Quality Companionship Your Loved One Deserves

Many seniors fall into depression and experience poor health outcomes because of the lack of companionship. It may not seem real or possible, but as social creatures, we crave the company of another whether we realize it or not. This is especially tr...

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Take Your Medicine

We, as human beings, are not invulnerable to illnesses. At some points in our life, we will get sick or get different kinds of diseases. When we grow older, however, we become more and more vulnerable to diseases. Not only that, but we also have a hi...

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How to Boost Your Memory

As we grow older, we tend to forget many things; some experience this worse than others. If you are a senior with problems remembering, it can be hard to accomplish your day-to-day tasks and doing your personal care routine. To help boost your memory...

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