Practicing a lifestyle of holistic wellness is more than just eating right and working out. It also includes doing things and activities that you genuinely enjoy. Some people think that hobbies are only for those with ample free time and lots of creativity, but in truth, hobbies can benefit even the busiest individuals!
When people think of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, the first thing that often comes to mind is memory loss. While it is undoubtedly true that memory loss is a major symptom of these cognitive impairments, other symptoms can manifest with these conditions, as well.
With everyone finally coming out of quarantine and social distancing measures, people are more ready than ever to get out, socialize, and spend time with friends and loved ones, both old and new. But, unfortunately, many people have begun to feel the effects of being isolated for so long and may feel mentally, emotionally, and physically drained.
Summer: long-lingering days, warm, refreshing breezes, and the plentiful bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables. It’s true that in today’s convenience-driven society, you can buy most fruits and vegetables year-round. But purchasing fresh, seasonal produce can be beneficial in many ways.
Our HarborChase of Tallahassee community has always been known as warm and welcoming, but to add to the already great community reputation, we are getting a facelift!
When people think of wellness, they often think of simply the absence of illness or disease. True wellness, however, is much more complex and comprehensive than that. According to The Global Wellness Institute, wellness is defined as “the active pursuit of activities, choices, and lifestyles that lead to a state of holistic health.”
VERO BEACH, FL, July 2021 – Harbor Retirement Associates (HRA) announced Gracie Kennedy, an associate at HarborChase of Southlake, Texas, as the winner of their company-wide giveaway for a new car!
For the first time in 18 years, the FDA has approved a new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease. The last approved treatment, Memantine, was approved in 2003. While this announcement quickly started circling amongst news outlets and social media, it began to raise more questions than it answered: What does this mean for my family member with Alzheimer’s?
Individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease or another memory impairment face many unique challenges that can cause frustration and distress and create an environment that is not conducive to wellness and success.
Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a substantial loss, it hasn’t stopped scammers from capitalizing on the situation. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), 71.8% of the 71,600 consumer complaints they’ve received in 2021 have been related to COVID-19—resulting in a loss of over $423 million for consumers.