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Sleep and Aging: Guide for Seniors

Understand common sleep problems seniors face and how to treat them There’s a common misconception that your sleep matters less as you age, but in fact, the inverse is true. No matter where you lie on the age spectrum you should be conscious of improving your sleeping habits for your holistic health. For older adults, this is especially true. Your sleeping habits will naturally change as you age, so it’s important that you remain aware of those shifts and understand the best ways to protect …

Resources for Seniors

. I was recently contacted by Kathleen Carter from http://educatorlabs.org/who has put together a collection of resources for seniors and the various challenges we face as we grow older. . I hope this will be of value to any seniors among my readers or those who are carers for someone with a disability or other health problem. Aging at Home: Common Problems and Solutions How seniors are Designing Social Support Networks The Ultimate Guide to Home Accommodations for Persons with …

8 Top Sites for seniors

While browsing for sites of interest to seniors tonight I found this video on YouTube uploaded by Rob Clairman that features 8 Top Senior Sites. I recommend that you read the written list of all the sites and summary of the content below the video as the video progresses – adds clarity to what you are watching. Published on 7 Feb 2013 1) Online Searching And Browsing — http://www.touchlogo.com/ This website allows you to browse through endless websites categorized in subjects such …

Top 100 Senior Living Sites

Although this site is primarily aiming to help seniors supplement their income, nothing about our lives is in isolation. As we age we often face difficulties with housing, memory and other health issues and for many of us, the reality of living alone. Where can seniors find information to help with these issues? This morning I received an email from Allison Mathison who has compiled a list of the top 100 senior living sites to help people find the info they are looking for. I have copied her …

Keeping your Brain Active

Free Gift Membership to “Learning to Earn” see below. If you’re approaching retirement age and wondering what you can do to enjoy a long and healthy life in your golden years then consider adopting the attitude of a lifelong learner. Most people think of lifelong learning as being confined to academic endeavors however the lifelong learning approach covers all areas of life including spiritual, social, academic and physical. Lifelong learning is based on an attitude of …