Personal Care

3 Simple Ways to Get a Good Night's Sleep and Stop Counting Sheep

3 Simple Ways to Get a Good Night's Sleep and Stop Counting Sheep

Posted by Valerie Henderson on Mon Nov 16 2020
If you’re reading this, we’re guessing you occasionally have trouble getting enough shut-eye at night. Well, join the bleary-eyed, exhausted crowd. A whopping 75% of adults in the U.S. have difficulty falling asleep, wake up too early, or both. And the older we get, the more unattainable a great night of sleep feels. Fortunately, we have three simple solutions for a more satisfying slumber. Read More

How to Manage Hip Pain: 5 Tips for People 60 and Older

How to Manage Hip Pain: 5 Tips for People 60 and Older

Posted by Chad Birt on Fri Aug 26 2022
Hip pain is especially common in older adults. One study even found that 14.3% of people ages 60 and up report significant hip pain. There's no silver bullet for hip pain, but there are things you can do to reduce inflammation and ease stiffness. Here are our top 5 tips:Read More

Slow and Steady Wins the Race: 6 Tips for Preventing Injuries in Physical Therapy

Slow and Steady Wins the Race: 6 Tips for Preventing Injuries in Physical Therapy

Posted by Chad Birt on Thu Aug 25 2022
Are you preparing to start a physical therapy regimen? Here are 6 tips for preventing injuries and getting the most out of treatment.Read More

Smooth as Silk: Skincare Tips to Keep Immobile Adults Rash and Infection-Free

Smooth as Silk: Skincare Tips to Keep Immobile Adults Rash and Infection-Free

Posted by Chad Birt on Mon Mar 01 2021
If you care for someone who’s immobilized, it’s important to regularly monitor and protect their skin. Prolonged periods of sitting or lying down increase the risk of bed sores and irritation, which if left untreated, can lead to skin, blood, or bone infections. Read More