Insomnia in Senior Adults

Insomnia in Senior Adults

Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by having difficulty either falling asleep or staying asleep. It’s estimated that 10 to 30% of adults live with insomnia; those age 60 and above are more prone to insomnia. Seniors are at a higher risk. Our internal circadian...
Anxiety in the Elderly

Anxiety in the Elderly

As the adult child or caregiver for an elderly person, you’re likely paying attention to any changes in their physical, mental or emotional well-being. One change that you may see in them is increasing worry or fear; anxiety is an issue for many aging seniors. There...
The Cause of Alzheimer’s

The Cause of Alzheimer’s

A significant finding published in late 2021 may offer the probable cause of Alzheimer’s disease. The study was conducted at Curtin University in Australia and published in the PLOS Biology journal. It identified that a probable cause for the disease was the leakage...
Preventing Falls

Preventing Falls

Tripping over something can be dangerous to all of us, but for the elderly, falls can be a devasting event. Preventing falls should be a priority for every senior, especially those still living in their own home. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) says that one in...

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