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    Easy Ways to Promote Your Mental Wellness

    A moment of forgetfulness or anxiety is natural at any age, especially if we are tired, stressed or distracted. However, as we get older, it's easy to become fixated on these emotions when we realize that something has slipped our mind or we feel blue. The fear that something is wrong with our health or that we will lose our independence can make it hard to acknowledge worries and potential issues.These concerns are common and understandable.

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    5 Natural Remedies for Eczema

    Problematic skin is a common complaint of individuals as they get older. As a person ages, the skin gets thin and loses its ability to retain water. Dry patches may appear and become red, itchy and irritated.

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    Healthy Living Practices You Can Learn from Blue Zones

    In 2005, Dan Buettner first talked publicly about what he calls Blue Zones in an issue of National Geographic. According to Buettner, these are geographic areas where people live longer on average than anywhere else in the world. Buettner didn't discover these zones; that credit goes to Michel Poulain and Gianni Pes, who published an article about the phenomenon in the Journal of Experimental Gerontology.The three went on to expand on this idea and locate additional blue zones where people s...

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    6 Benefits of Spending Time Outside for Seniors

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, individuals who spend time outdoors on a regular basis can reap a number of benefits. Not only can it bring a number of positive effects on our health and wellbeing, but spending time outside can also drastically improve your mood and overall outlook on life. Consider some of the benefits being outdoors can bring.Increased Levels of Vitamin DJust a few minutes a day of direct sunlight exposure is enough to fulfill your daily requiremen...

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    Seven Ways to Enjoy Time Alone

    While regular social interaction is vital for a senior to maintain good overall health, it's important not to overlook the benefits of personal time.Time alone can help seniors rest and recharge after a period of activity. This is especially true if you are naturally shy or introverted.Jesus set an example of withdrawing by Himself to pray during His ministry on earth. The Gospels record that our Lord frequently sought out and spent time alone.

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