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Things 55+ Seniors Need to Know About Diabetes

55+ seniors suffer from a myriad of health issues. These can include heart disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, eye problems, Parkinson’s disease, etc. Diabetes is also a health issue you may encounter. Many 55+ seniors do not understand the serious repercussions of diabetes. They ignore the diagnosis and go about their lives hoping the problem will go away. This is not the way it works. You can avoid serious complications with proper prevention methods and management of diabetes.

Omega-3 Rich Oils Help Fight Macular Degeneration in 55+ Seniors

Macular degeneration, the gradual loss of central vision, is one of the leading causes of blindness among 55+ seniors. Macular degeneration occurs in two forms. These are dry macular degeneration and wet macular degeneration. There is no cure for dry macular degeneration and it occurs gradually. Wet macular degeneration occurs quickly and treatment is necessary upon the appearance of symptoms as this is more serious than dry macular degeneration. High blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, obesity, smoking and light exposure can increase your risk of macular degeneration. However, there is good news for those at high risk of macular degeneration. Scientists have found Omega-3 rich oils may help prevent the dysfunction in retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) responsible for macular degeneration and retinopathy.

The Most Suitable Exercise Ideas for 55+ Seniors

A great workout is always good for your health and wellbeing. Working out can assist you in staying physically fit and maintaining your body’s flexibility. Most exercise workouts, developed for 55+ seniors, are easy, light and simple. It is recommended these exercises be done on a regular basis. However, there are times when seniors try out new workout routines without considering the consequences. This can result in injury and various other serious health complications. Provided below are some safe and suitable exercise routine ideas that you can consider to be fit and healthy.

Five Tips on How to Sell Your Home Fast

Are you planning on moving and trying to sell your home as fast as you can? Well, you are in luck as the real estate market is more on the seller’s side and people are buying homes as the interest rates are low. However, low-interest rates alone will not persuade a buyer on a sale. Here are five tips you can implement in order to sell your home fast.

7 Upgrades Seniors Need in a Retirement Home

As boomers of retirement age, you and I both are looking for a home that we can comfortably ensconce ourselves and spend our golden years. When it comes to home styles and choices, we have a variety to choose from. However, very few homes include some specific features that many of us wish were included in our homes. As a new homeowner, let me tell you the 7 upgrades I wish I had asked my builder to consider in my new home.

Focus on New York

New York, the Big Apple, the city that never sleeps,… there are so many names for New York, yet not one is adequate enough to sum up this bustling, vibrant city.  New York is one of the most populated cities in America.  It is noisy, it is exciting, and it is fun.  Just like the state song states, “there isn’t another like it, no matter where you go”.  If you wish to feel the excitement, the fun and the hustle and bustle of urban living, during retirement, New York is the place to be.  New York State is vastly different from NYC and you’ll want to know all about New York and why it should be your focus State to retire in. 

Take a Holiday During Your Retirement Years to Recharge your Batteries

Very few people I know are willing to take the time to go on holiday. They rarely take the time for this enjoyable pastime. There are many reasons that very few people take the time to go on holiday. Most of the time, I think, it is because they are so bogged down with their busy schedules and daily routines that they just forget when they last had a holiday. Then there is also the consideration of money. Whatever the case may be, taking a holiday enables you to recharge your batteries. You may wonder why you need a holiday now that you are retired. Well, guess what, you too need a break from your daily routine. Here are some benefits of taking a vacation.

Types of Rentals for Active Seniors

Many 55+ seniors prefer the less demanding task of renting homes because they do not wish to spend all their savings on the purchase of a home. Some 55+ seniors are just not interested in making a long-term investment that goes with buying a home. Whatever your preference, there are four categories of renting that you should be aware of. These are short-term rentals, long-term rentals, weekend getaways, and rent-before-you-buy. If you are interested in renting a home, you will be benefited by understanding what these four categories entail.