Besides being Human beings, we are all Social Beings. Because we as humans can not live in Isolation. Our connections to other people allow us to live, strive, and thrive together. However, as we get older, we are less socially connected than when we were younger. It leaves us at risk of loneliness and social
Aging is not just about wrinkles and gray hair. As we get older, our body changes too. The most obvious change is that our metabolism slows down, which means we need more proportionate food to maintain a healthy weight and that the foods we eat will be less likely to be stored as fat.  On
A bedridden person cannot leave their bed for an extended period of time (period). It can be caused by a long-term handicap or any other disease that prohibits older people from being self-sufficient or performing activities they used to do, necessitating long-term care. It might result from a major stroke, brain or spinal damage, or


Being a caretaker entails many responsibilities, some of which you may be unaware of. If you’ve ever had to care for an elderly relative, you know how difficult it can be. It’s difficult to see someone you care about struggle psychologically and physically and being there for them 24 hours a day may wear you
At every age, it’s critical to understand what heart rate is healthy and normal. And one must also know about the factors which are directly and indirectly affecting the heart. Your pulse, or heart rate can help you detect severe health disorders that require medical attention, such as heart problems. However, as you get older,

Five Gardening Benefits for Elderly

A garden is a place with immense beauty and joy and that’s why gardening is a favourite hobby globally. With hundreds of different gorgeous flowers and vibrant greenery, it has tons of benefits for every age group. The ongoing pandemic and length lockdown periods have severely influenced our elder’s health. In this situation, gardening is
The COVID-19 pandemic pushed us all into a unique state of paranoia. People have suffered through recurring waves of losing health and employment combined with long lockdown periods and the loss of their loved ones, globally. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), older people stand at a higher risk of catching the viral infection