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Brain games for the elderly
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Brain games for the elderly

Playing online games challenges many parts of the ageing brain. Brain games range from those that sharpen your cognitive skills to those that are simply an easy and enjoyable way to pass the time.

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How to reduce the risks of falls in the elderly
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How to reduce the risks of falls in the elderly

A third of people aged 65 and over, and around half of people aged 80 and over, fall at least once a year. Falling is a cause of distress, pain, injury, loss of confidence, loss of independence and mortality.

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Bad dreams in middle age could be sign of dementia risk
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Bad dreams in middle age could be sign of dementia risk

People who experience frequent bad dreams in middle age are more likely to be diagnosed with dementia later in life, according to new research.

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What are the biggest challenges facing the elderly?
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What are the biggest challenges facing the elderly?

The elderly are not only concerned about their increasing frailty but often it's their whole well-being that is worrying.

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What are the Signs of Dehydration in the Elderly.
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What are the Signs of Dehydration in the Elderly.

Do you know if your loved one is dehydrated? The signs of dehydration may not be the ones you think. Learn how to manage hydration properly.

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Health challenges facing the elderly
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Health challenges facing the elderly

Since the pandemic, elderly people are increasingly worried about the deterioration in their health and are more fearful about normal life.

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Good nutrition and eating well for the elderly
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Good nutrition and eating well for the elderly

Physical and mental changes can prevent us from having access to a healthy diet and also alter our relationship with food.

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Loneliness and social isolation in the elderly
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Loneliness and social isolation in the elderly

Loneliness and social isolation are increasing in the elderly. What does it mean and what can you do to help? Loneliness, unlike social isolation, is that ‘sense of suffering from being disconnected from other people’, which is different than social isolation which is simply not being around other people or not having close connections.

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Combatting Loneliness in the Elderly
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Combatting Loneliness in the Elderly

The elderly are feeling especially isolated during the pandemic. Find ways to help and reduce their loneliness and encourage your loved ones to be connected and stay active.

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Activities and ideas for the elderly and those with dementia
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Activities and ideas for the elderly and those with dementia

There are so many more activities than you realise to keep your loved ones happy and mentally agile.

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10 ways to improve the elderly’s mental health
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10 ways to improve the elderly’s mental health

Mental well-being could not be more important for the elderly after the pandemic. Reduce their loneliness and encourage your loved ones to be connected and stay active.

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How do you know if someone has elderly malnutrition?
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How do you know if someone has elderly malnutrition?

It is easy to miss the signs of malnutrition in the elderly when most people are concerned about dieting. Often we do not realise that food issues have contributed to an overall gradual decline in health.

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How to Keep Warm in Winter
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How to Keep Warm in Winter

Severe cold snaps can have a dramatic effect on everyday life, especially for the elderly. Top tips to stay warm this winter.

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Tips on getting a good night’s sleep
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Tips on getting a good night’s sleep

Sleep is the most important thing we do for our health.

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Supporting someone at the end of their life
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Supporting someone at the end of their life

End of life is a really difficult subject but is an important part of the care and support we offer to our relatives and friends.

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Help with Incontinence
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Help with Incontinence

Problems with continence affect people of all ages and from all social backgrounds but are particularly prevalent amongst older people.

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