Monthly Archives: December 2019

Seniors With A Life Purpose Tend To Live Longer

A recent study that was published in JAMA Network Open concluded that seniors who believe there’s a purpose to their life are much less likely to die from heart, circulatory, or digestive diseases. Instead, they’ll actually live longer lives. What the Latest Research Says In this recent study 7,000 people over the age of 50 were followed for over a decade. In doing so, researchers discovered that those who felt like their lives didn’t have a purpose were likely to die sooner than those who Read More +

Why a Head Cold is Horrible for Anyone with Hearing Loss

Everyone hates being sick with a head cold. Your eyes are watering, your nose is running and feels stuffed up, and you feel terrible. Your ears and throat feel like they’re on fire and you don’t have much energy. If you currently suffer from hearing loss and wear hearing aids, the added inconvenience of a head cold can be a concern. Why You Lose Your Hearing When You Have a Head Cold Fluid can sometimes build up in your middle ear when you have a Read More +

The Importance of Eating Healthy

The bodies of senior women tend to work against them so it’s no longer a good idea to diet. If you fall within this age group, the best thing for you to do is to focus on healthy eating so you don’t experience mood swings and quickly start gaining weight. This is because your body can no longer use food’s calories as productively as it once did, your enzyme function is depressed, and you’re not as equipped to fight diseases or have your hormones function Read More +

The Connection Between Hearing Loss and Anxiety

One in three adults over the age of 60 suffers from some form of hearing loss. Four in five adults over the age of 80 suffer from this issue. This happens for various reasons including being exposed to loud noises, suffering from cardiovascular issues, and simply growing older. Oftentimes it’s dismissed as being a normal part of aging, thus receiving little if any attention from doctors. Nevertheless, it still has major consequences on the life of the person who’s suffering from it. How Hearing Loss Read More +