It’s time to enjoy an active, burden-free retirement with independent living options at Sugar Hill in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.

Sugar Hill Community Blog

7 January, 2015

How to Eat Healthy as an Aging Adult

I’ll spare you mediocre lines about Ponce de Leon or a Rod Stewart “Forever Young” reference. Eating right can’t keep us young forever, but the right vitamins and nutrients can mitigate common health problems in seniors. Dieting properly can reduce your risk for diabetes, osteoporosis and heart disease.

Continue Reading
19 December, 2014

Advice for Conquering This Winter’s Weather

New England is certainly no stranger to blizzards, ice storms, or just your every day snow and sleet. As scenic as those gifts from nature may seem to others, to a lot of folks it brings real problems—and dealing with those problems does not get any easier as we age.

Continue Reading
12 December, 2014

5 Simple Ways to Avoid Burnout as a Caregiver

The holiday season in the U.S. means time off, right? Maybe not.  Maybe for you it just means holiday pay or another day at the office, but if you are fortunate enough to get time away from “The Man” this year, don’t make the mistake of equating days off into free time because that’s probably not the case.

Continue Reading
4 December, 2014

Improve Your Quality of Life in 20 Minutes

Spending your days sitting around the house is not good for anyone. While superior genetics and youth may keep your body from disintegrating too quickly, seniors are not privy to those luxuries. As we age, the human body encounters certain difficulties. Science has proven that those who maintain an exercise regiment can counter some of those natural deficiencies.

Continue Reading
26 November, 2014

What Every Caretaker Should Know About Strokes

As prevalent as strokes are in the United States, most folks don’t seem to know much about them. We know everyone isn’t a medical professional and that’s OK. You don’t have to have a high level of health literacy to learn these few things that could save someone’s life.

Continue Reading
20 November, 2014

7 Signs Mom & Dad Need Extra Help

As children, we have a responsibility and desire to look after our parents once they are unable to be self-sufficient. Typically that begins with some occasional help around the house. At first it feels good to do something for them after all of the support and time that they have given you throughout your lifetime. From there it turns to more regular trips, having to manage your own affairs with that of your parents.

Continue Reading
13 November, 2014

Alzheimer’s: What You Need to Know

Last week we discussed Alzheimer’s warning signs and what to do if you notice them in yourself or a loved one. This week we are going to talk about what it is like to be a newly diagnosed Alzheimer’s patient. Going to see a physician to address the possibility of an Alzheimer’s diagnosis is not an easy thing, but it can provide a sense of relief.

Continue Reading
7 November, 2014

How to Spot the Onset of Alzheimer’s

In 1983, late President Ronald Reagan designated the month of November for Alzheimer’s awareness. Around that time the number of Americans affected by this debilitating illness was 2 million. Today that number stands at 5.4 million. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia and the 6th highest cause of death in the United States. Symptoms of Alzheimer’s are frequently mistaken for typical signs of aging in seniors as a majority of Alzheimer’s patients are over the age of 65.

Continue Reading
Pages: « 1 ... 10 11 12 13 14

Recent Posts