aging

Aging with grace and beauty. Embrace age with aging advice, tips, and tricks.

  • Jim Giles
    Published 4 days ago
    My Experience with Cataract Surgery

    My Experience with Cataract Surgery

    I am a fairly young man in my 60's and have had cataracts for about two years. I had them in both eyes. My left eye got steadily worse. I was having trouble reading in dim light. I am a patient of a very competent eye surgeon who graduated from an Ivy League medical school in NYC 25 years ago. He said now was the time to have cataract surgery on my left eye.
  • MoriaCavandish
    Published 10 days ago
    Growing old is a Gift

    Growing old is a Gift

    What is it like being one year from the big 50? It's such a loaded question. I look back and it amazes me that I’m this old. It also reminds me of my failures, my mistakes, my joys and triumphs. All I can say about life so far. It's a bit of a drama, a few tear jerkers and a lot of comedy. Which year is my favorite year? Every single one. Which is my least favorite? Every single one. Being a parent was and is the most amazing thing that whatever creator or alien or whatever the latest conspiracy theorist believes being a parent is the most amazing frightening crazy time of a person's life. The struggle, the wonder if you will kill them before they turn 18.
  • Tina Bizan
    Published 11 days ago
    The Interaction Between Emotions and Arthritis

    The Interaction Between Emotions and Arthritis

    If you have arthritis, you know how painful it can be. What you may not know is that arthritis pain can cause mental health issues like anxiety and depression. These conditions can then make arthritis pain worse.
  • RealestateMarket
    Published 12 days ago
    Residential Care Homes

    Residential Care Homes

    The Internet can provide the convenience of looking for residential care homes, but it does not guarantee that they will work for you. The first step is finding the appropriate website to look for residential care homes Sheffield. There are many different resources online, such as websites of the United Kingdom's Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG), the National Asylums Register (NAR), the Office of Public Sector Data (OSSD), NHS Direct and various government agencies. When searching through these sites, make sure you check for the Home Information Pack (HIP).
  • Craig Middleton
    Published 17 days ago
    5 Ways to Stay Active and Healthy as You Get Older

    5 Ways to Stay Active and Healthy as You Get Older

    Recently, the world has forced many to live a more sedentary lifestyle. Several older adults are isolated by the ongoing crisis and limited by local restrictions and precautions. Although it seems challenging, you can continue to have an active and healthy schedule without sacrificing your safety. Special events and large gatherings may be off-limits, but the following sections examine ways to help you stay active during troubled times.
  • Luke Fitzpatrick
    Published 18 days ago
    How To Take Care Of Your Body At An Older Age

    How To Take Care Of Your Body At An Older Age

    Around the beginning of the human race, about 30,000 years ago, most people did not live past the age of 30, so the elderly were 25 years old or so. Medical advancements beginning around the 1500s are primarily responsible for the extended live expectancy we enjoy today. Still, from the 1500s to the 1800s, the average life expectancy was 40, and seniors were in their mid to late 30s. Just two hundred years later, it’s at an incredible 83 years, and the ACT Seniors Card recognizes citizens as senior when they reach 60.
  • JASENTA WILLIAMS
    Published 22 days ago
    Is she 40 or is she 20?

    Is she 40 or is she 20?

    If I had a dollar for everytime someone would question my age and say you can’t be 40 years old I would be one very rich mama by now !🤪 It even gets to the point where people think I’m lying 😂 I can only laugh and take this as a compliment and not let it worry me yes WORRY and STRESS are among the two top factors that will age you faster than anything else ever can and because I’ve mastered how to live as stress free and worry free life as possible I Beleive this is how I’ve managed to stay so youthful .
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published about a month ago
    Ways To Keep Your Mind Sharp As You Age

    Ways To Keep Your Mind Sharp As You Age

    Staying active as you get older is an essential part of your health. Whether you do a light sport, go for morning walks or simply find small ways to keep your body moving throughout the day, your body will thank you for it later. Oftentimes, though, people forget the importance of keeping your mind sharp, too.
  • Brenda Mahler
    Published about a month ago
    I Am Retired But I Am Not Old
  • Independent Living Specialists
    Published 2 months ago
    Mobility Scooters And Senior Care

    Mobility Scooters And Senior Care

    The ageing process is one of the few unavoidable phases in the circle of life and it is part of life expectancy that has been accepted by every human being. In the process, our older, loved ones such as parents and relatives will reach a stage where they find it difficult to take care of themselves.
  • Rose Martin
    Published 2 months ago
    5 Ways to Look (and Feel) Your Best As You Age

    5 Ways to Look (and Feel) Your Best As You Age

    We all know the classic tropes when it comes to aging—parents angry at their children for sharing their age with others, birthday parties sans-numbers, the good-old “This is my twentieth thirtieth birthday!”
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 2 months ago
    Low Body Temperature Causes And Concerns

    Low Body Temperature Causes And Concerns

    As a certified senior citizen I am more aware that there are changes in my body as I age. I understand that some come with the territory and others may be related to illness. am doing my best to pay attention to even the smallest differences so any potential problem can be nipped in the bud. Since the COVID-19 pandemic I have noticed something that was not happening before and I’m sure I’m not the only person this is happening to, I have had my temperature taken at random times in various places. I began to notice that it was always 97 or 98. When I was growing up we were taught that normal temperature is 98.6 and there was no cause for alarm unless it went over 100. The only time I ever heard anyone mention a low temperature was if someone had hypothermia.