Brain-Boosting Foods To Keep Your Memory, Concentration & Focus Sharp

  • March 26, 2020 BY  Anthem Seniors
  • Anthem Senior Sanctuary

The reason behind your forgetfulness could be due to lack of sleep or a number of other reasons, including genetics, level of physical activity, and lifestyle and environmental factors. However, there’s no denying that diet also plays a crucial role in brain health. Aside from affecting everything from your waistline to your energy levels, foods you consume also affects your… Read More

Steps To Help The Person With Dementia Stay As Independent As Possible

  • March 19, 2020 BY  Anthem Seniors
  • memory care

We all strive to stay independent as we age as our ability to maintain our independence encourages self-worth, freedom, dignity, and so much more. This also holds true for someone who has dementia. People are of the notion that once a person is diagnosed with dementia they lose their independence. This isn’t always the case. As caregivers, it can be… Read More

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Self-Care Tips For Family Caregivers Of People With Dementia

  • March 11, 2020 BY  Anthem Seniors
  • Anthem Senior Living

If you care for a family member with dementia, neglecting your own health and well being will not do you any good. Dementia care is daunting, and family caregivers of people with dementia can experience distress or depression, often causing their own health to decline. As a caregiver, you need to have the right attitude whether you care for a… Read More

Steps You Can Take To Prevent Hearing Loss

  • March 05, 2020 BY  Anthem Seniors
  • Anthem Senior Sanctuary, Senior Sanctuary Of Anthem

Although changes in hearing are a natural part of aging, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t do anything regarding that because once your hearing is damaged, it’s gone for good. Damage, illnesses, or even genetics can cause changes in hearing. Fortunately, there are ways to protect your hearing, and early diagnosis is the key to preventing hearing loss. It’s never… Read More