Taking Care Of Your Mental Health During Coronavirus Pandemic

Outbreaks of infectious diseases such as coronavirus are scary and can result in affecting your mental health. Although it is necessary to stay informed about the situation there are several other things you can do to manage and support your wellbeing during the difficult times. Here are some tips that can aid you, your friends, and your family take care of mental health at a time when we have a lot of speculation about taking care of your physical health. Mental Health While Staying at Read More +

Women’s Fitness & Health After 50

It is great for women’s health when they are active before they are 50. However, if you have not exercised regularly before turning 50 it is never too late to begin. This physical activity is not only good for women’s fitness but also for taming symptoms of menopause such as joint pain, hot flashes, and sleeping disorders. The exercise will also help in lowering the risk of developing heart diseases, osteoporosis, and diabetes. It also helps in controlling weight and helps in reducing belly fat. Read More +

Causes, Symptoms, And Treatment For Dizziness

Dizziness can be termed as a feeling of unbalance, being lightheaded, or woozy. It may lead to fainting although it is not a disease but a symptom of several disorders. The disequilibrium and vertigo can lead to dizziness but these are different kinds of symptoms. Vertigo causes a spinning sensation with a feeling that the room is moving. It may appear like motion sickness when you are leaning to one side. Equilibrium, as the name suggests, is a loss of balance. The true dizziness is Read More +

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 +

Treatments for Sensorineural Hearing Loss

When Pat was 19 months old she was diagnosed with a bilateral sensorineural hearing loss. The problem was of moderate to severe level. In terms of normal people, she had become partially deaf in both her ears. But she has lived for more than 19 years in the mainstream world. It has been a long journey though, in order to reach where she is. When she was two and half years old she went to a normal school and realized that most children of her Read More +

What You Should Know About Sudden Hearing Loss

The American Academy of Otolaryngology says that approximately 66,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSNHL) yearly. This isn’t something that’s caused by traumatic noise. Instead, your inner ear becomes inflamed. Oftentimes this is accompanied by both vertigo and tinnitus (ringing of your ears). Understanding SSNHL This type of hearing loss is very scary because being unable to hear is disorienting. However, the sudden onset of SSNHL also causes people to wonder if they’re having a stroke. This is Read More +

Dancing Away Parkinson’s Disease

Today there are approximated one million Americans who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Research shows that typically men are diagnosed with the disease earlier in their lives than women, which is why they suffer more than women. These same studies also show that this disease’s symptoms vary depending upon a patient’s gender. Additionally, it’s been proven that Estrogen plays an important role in either delaying or preventing the age-related cognitive decline (e.g. memory loss) that’s related to this disease. Today, there’s even an article that Read More +