As people get older, the bladder changes. Visit Bladder Health for Older Adults for more information on how the bladder changes and common medical problems, including bladder infections, urinary incontinence, and urinary tract infections. While you can’t control everything that affects bladder health, there are some steps you can take to improve bladder health. To […]
Families, friends, and healthcare workers often overlook their concerns about older people drinking. Sometimes trouble with alcohol in older people is mistaken for other conditions related to aging, for example, a problem with balance. But, how the body handles alcohol can change with age. You may have the same drinking habits, but your body has […]
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is one of the most common mental health challenges that veterans face. In some cases, it can be even more debilitating than physical wounds. Vietnam veterans have the highest lifetime prevalence of PTSD, followed by soldiers who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and the Gulf War, according to a report by […]
During the past year, the top priority at all Solera Senior Living communities across the U.S. has been the health, safety and security of our residents and staff. The COVID-19 pandemic presented us with unprecedented challenges, and we are greatly appreciative for the day-to-day support and dedication shown by our residents, families and team members […]
Physical activity is an important part of healthy aging. To learn about types of exercise that can improve your health and physical ability, CLICK HERE.
The food you consume can play an important role in your quality of life as you age, according to the National Institute on Aging. To learn more, CLICK HERE.