Active Living by Mary Linnen For some of us getting out of bed in the morning is a daily battle, as we struggle to shake out of our deep sleep, shrug off feeling tired and force ourselves to recover from a bad night’s sleep. Did you know that it’s important to take measures to make the most of these early hours and seize the day … Continue reading EASY MORNING WAKE UP TIPS !!
During your wellness exam, you may receive screening for cholesterol, blood pressure, diabetes, mammogram, pap test, osteoporosis, or STDs. Your doctor may ask you about current stress, physical activity, diet, or drug use such as tobacco and alcohol. Try to get that appointment to start a healthy new year. For more information contact your regular physician. Continue reading Active Living: Annual Wellness
Getting ready for winter is really important for someone that may not be able to get out in bad weather. I think the last Texas winter snow has us wanting to be ready. Here are some things you may want to get now, and you will be off to a good start. Flashlights Batteries Battery operated radio Back-up energy sources like portable power banks and … Continue reading Senior Living: Winter Emergency Essentials by Mary Linnen
By Daniel Jazreel, Therapist Balance problems are among the most common reasons that older adults seek help from a doctor. The US health care system spent an estimated $50 billion on fall related injuries among elderly 65 years and older in the year 2015.The economic burden from falls is likely to increase substantially in the coming years. Having good balance means being able to control and … Continue reading Seniors and The Importance of Balance