After a long day, who doesn’t anticipate falling into those soft sheets for a good night’s rest. This well-needed respite can be hard to come by. Nearly half of adults 65 and over report having problems falling asleep or staying asleep through the night. While it’s normal for … [Read more...] about Bedtime Blues
After a long winter spent inside with little physical activity, our bodies may not adjust easily to increased walking or running when the weather warms up. Our shoes may also be worn which can cause plantar fasciitis-type foot pain. Raegan suggests myofascial release therapy, … [Read more...] about Try This: Myofascial Release Therapy
Most people consider cognitive decline a natural part of aging. Trouble remembering where you put your keys or forgetting what you need from the grocery is just part of getting old – or is it? What if you could slow or even stop this decline? Regenerative peptide therapies can … [Read more...] about Improve Your Memory with Peptide Therapy
What does a day look like for your loved one? Routines give us a sense of control over our lives and are especially critical for those who are largely homebound or who have dementia. Whether you are a caregiver yourself or directing those who do the daily caring, it is important … [Read more...] about Creating a Good Day
“Mom needs to move in with us.” Despite being a relatively intelligent person, and despite having experienced my own grandfather’s dementia as he aged more than a decade earlier, I had no idea how much that sentence would completely change my life in a myriad of ways. On the day … [Read more...] about When Mom Moves In – One couple’s experience of living with dementia.