It might be better to think of grief as a swinging pendulum rather than specific stages that every person will go through as they process their loss, says Amy Sloboda, manager of the Grief Counseling Center of Hosparus Health. There may be occasions in the grieving process when … [Read more...] about Finding Your Way Through Grief: What to Expect from Yourself and Others
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If difficulty walking is keeping you from certain activities, Bobbie Kayser, a physical therapist with Frazier Rehab, says the best first step is to check in with your physician. Whether you experience unsteadiness, weakness, or pain, Kayser says a doctor visit "will save a lot … [Read more...] about Soothe Your Soles
Disbelief and sadness are the two most common feelings associated with grief. Numbness or a dreamy sensation of shock may be your mind's way of protecting you from reality for a time. Sadness can be the lingering black-hole feeling in the pit of your stomach, and it may show … [Read more...] about Finding Your Way Through Grief: What is Normal?
Taking care of your health is important — now more than ever. Here are a few virtual workouts you can try at home that will keep your mind and body in good shape. • The Parkinson’s Support Center is offering their free Dance Wise for Parkinson’s classes on Zoom every … [Read more...] about Get Fit at Home: 3 Virtual Fitness Classes We’re Loving
Whether you’ve been wearing a hearing aid for years or are just starting to think about getting a device to treat your hearing loss, you might be wondering about your options. Technology continues to evolve, providing manufacturers with opportunities to redesign existing products … [Read more...] about It’s Heck Getting Old: What’s New with Hearing Aids?