Monthly Archives: March 2020

Seniors Stress Management! Some Effective Ways!

It has been noted in studies over the years that stress can lead to various ailments and disease. When you are repeatedly exposed to stress or stressful events, you will have a higher statistical risk of dealing with health issues such as hypertension, heart disease, headaches, anxiety, depression, insomnia and gastrointestinal discomfort. These stress problems are not just related to seniors, but to members of all generations. Let’s take a look at a few ideas that may help. 1. Practice Mindfulness: Practicing mindfulness is one Read More +

Senior’s Health! What Senior Citizen Need To Know About Coronavirus!

The situation around the world regarding coronavirus is changing quickly and we will share the latest available information about public health interest and especially the senior’s health here. It is time to be informed and follow some fundamental steps for protecting yourself and the people around you. It has been recognized that older people and those suffering from chronic conditions related to lungs, heart, or kidneys are at greater risk to get affected by the coronavirus. This is mainly because as people age their immune Read More +

Treatment For NIHL (Noise-Induced Hearing Loss)

We experience sound every day in our surroundings. The origin of the sound can be from various sources such as radio and television, traffic, industry, or household appliances. In most cases, these noises happen at safe decibel levels that will not damage the ears. However, when the sound is too loud it can be harmful even if it is occurring for a brief period. If the sound is occurring for a longer period and is long-lasting it can be even more harmful. These occurrences loud Read More +

Communication With People Suffering From Hearing Loss

Good communication requires the efforts of everyone involved in the conversation. Even if the person who has hearing loss is making use of hearing aids and is using active listening strategies; others involved in the conversation must be mindful as well. Here are some examples that will help. 1. Face the person suffering from hearing loss: Always face the hearing impaired individual so that they can get visual speech cues. Ensure that the conversation takes place in good lighting. Face to face is vastly preferable Read More +