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  1. Start a Micro Senior Group Exercise Class for Fully Vaccinated Seniors

    Older adults that are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, are ready to start doing activities of pre-pandemic days.  The CDC has advised that once you are fully vaccinated you can gather indoors with other fully vaccinated people without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart.  You don't have to live in an assisted living facility or retirement community to start or join a Senior Group Exercise Class.  If your friends have been fully vaccinated try something different than joining a large exercise class.   Create your own Micro Senior Group Exercise Class with 3-5 group members.  You can take turns hosting the Micro Group Exercise Class and turn it into a social engagement that focuses on health and wellness.
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  2. 10 Essential Products for Bedridden Patients

    10 Essential Products for Bedridden Patients

    Comfort Bath Rinse-Free Shampoo and Conditioner Cap Being confined to bed can be tough on both the patient and the caregiver.  The good news is that there are bedridden aids that make daily care much easier on everyone.

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  3. Humidifiers - Why Do I Need One?

    I remember my mom and dad dumping buckets of water into the big humidifier in our living room each winter in Nebraska. I loved the warm moist mist that steamed from it, making the hot dry air pumped out by the furnace a little easier to breathe. I never really thought about it until I moved out of the house and started missing that "moist air feeling" in my own home. I've had a humidifier ever since.

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  4. Are you struggling with insomnia?

    Are you struggling with insomnia?

    Two powerful weapons in the fight against insomnia are a comfortable sleep environment and a relaxing bedtime routine. Both can make a big difference in improving the quality of your sleep.  Allegro Medical recommends the following products to help you fight your sleep deprivation.

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  5. How Does Urinary Incontinence Affect the Quality of Life of the Elderly?

    A report done with the objective of investigating “the impact of urinary incontinence (UI) on health-related quality of life (QOL)…and to compare UI and non-UI elderly Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in managed care plans on the prevalence of depression and self-rated health” came to a fairly predictable conclusion.

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  6. Non-Surgical Treatment for Urinary Incontinence is Possible

    If you live with urinary incontinence, you should not resign yourself to it as a fact of life or sign of aging. While all people experiencing urinary incontinence experience it as a lack of bladder control resulting in some level of urinary leakage, it is usually a symptom of something else. In other words, it is a symptom of a larger condition.

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  7. Stress Incontinence: Its Symptoms and Causes

    If you are eager to understand more about the condition known as “stress incontinence,” you must first understand the more general meaning of incontinence. Generally, incontinence is defined as an “inability of the body to control the evacuative functions of urination or defecation : partial or complete loss of bladder or bowel control”.

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  8. The Best Urinary Incontinence Products for Men

    Urinary incontinence is often described with words like “embarrassing” or “uncontrollable,” and these terms are part of the reason that almost all types of urinary incontinence fail to be reported quickly. In fact, it is not unusual for someone with symptoms of urinary leakage to wait an average of six years before consulting with a medical professional about it.

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  9. The Surprising Amount of Incontinence In Older Adults

    A 2014 report from the Centers for Disease Control entitled “Prevalence of Incontinence Among Older Americans,” detailed some surprising statistics. However, the report used a data set that made it impossible to supply any sort of averages because the data was sourced from:

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  10. Urinary Incontinence in Women: The Latest Recommendations

    It might be surprising to learn that 51% of women, overall, live with urinary incontinence. And though the numbers increase with age (a recent study determined it occurred at “13% in young, nulligravid women to 25% in reproductive-age, 47% in middle-age, 55% in postmenopausal, and 75% in older women“), it was around double the rate experienced by men.

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