Older couple playing the piano in their home in Dallas, TX
Older couple playing the piano in their home in Dallas, TX
By Jennifer Satery, 12:01 pm on June 28, 2016

Although the media continuously publicizes new research around Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia, there is still a large amount of uncertainty around the disease, how it progresses and ways in which individuals can delay its symptoms. Scientists have long preached that staying active, having hobbies, and creating strong social ties promote brain benefits and may help stave off cognitive decline. While there is currently no known cure or proven way to prevent Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, recent research suggests that music & exercise may help delay symptoms of dementia and help the brain resist damage over time. A study conducted by Brenda Hanna-Pladdy, assistant professor of neurology, radiology…

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How Does Golden Milk Benefit the Elderly in Dallas, TX?
How Does Golden Milk Benefit the Elderly in Dallas, TX?
By Jennifer Satery, 9:00 am on April 14, 2016

Golden milk is easy to make. Mix one cup of almond or coconut milk with a teaspoon of organic coconut oil and 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric paste or powder. Some recipes recommend adding varying amounts of black pepper to help mix the spice into the milk. Others suggest adding some ginger to boost anti-inflammatory properties. Warm it up and add a little honey or cinnamon to improve the flavor, as turmeric is somewhat bitter. This recipe makes a nutritious and delicious bedtime beverage Dallas hourly caregivers can easily prepare to boost their senior loved one’s health. Relieves Bone and Joint Pain Medical researchers have been studying the active ingredients in…

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Telltale Signs of a Senior Eating Disorder in Dallas, TX
Telltale Signs of a Senior Eating Disorder in Dallas, TX
By Jennifer Satery, 9:00 am on January 21, 2016

Eating disorders are commonly thought of as problems for young people, but that is a myth. People with eating disorders are found among various age groups and genders, including senior citizens. It’s important for families and providers of hourly home care in Dallas, TX to understand the signs of an eating disorder to maintain senior health and wellness. Significant Weight Changes Over a Short Time Significant weight gain or loss over a short time can indicate something is wrong with your senior loved one. If seniors lose a lot of weight, it may indicate that they have an eating disorder or their body isn’t getting what it needs to function…

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