Mind and Body: The Connection Between Music and Brain Health

There are many things you can do to exercise your brain. Exercise, having an active social life, getting plenty of sleep, and staying mentally active are just a few. Some studies show that listening to music can improve your brain health. Research has shown that listening to music can reduce anxiety and improve your blood pressure. Music can improve mood, sleep quality, mental awareness, and memory. In an article on Johns Hopkins Medicine website, the Brain-Music connection is explained: Experts...

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Creating a Safe Home to Age in Place

Statistics show that most Americans prefer to age in place in their home as they get older. They prefer the comfort of their home where memories have been created and things are familiar. Here’s a list to get you thinking about some home modifications that can help your loved one stay safe at home longer and age in place. Bathroom Install grab bars or safety rails for support when getting in/out of tub/shower – never use towel racks or shower...

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The Benefits of Intermittent Exercise

When it comes to fitness, most of us have an all-or-nothing mentality. This isn’t necessarily true. New research has shown that short bursts of exercise daily can significantly impact our health and wellness. Mini-Workouts, which can be as little as 3 minutes each, can be quickly and conveniently spread throughout your day. If you participate in a lengthy workout each morning but are sedentary the rest of the day, the impact on your health may not be as effective as...

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