Welcome to The Palace Blog! An honest source of information and inspiration to help you live your best life in your golden years. We know that aging can bring challenges, but we also believe that it's a time of great opportunity.
You have the wisdom and experience of a lifetime, and you can use this to make a difference in the world. Our blogs will cover a wide range of topics, including Health and wellness as well as tips on how to stay healthy and active. We will also cover financial and retirement planning, travel and lifestyle.
Caring for a spouse with Alzheimer's is a journey that requires immense compassion, patience, and resilience. Let's explore some strategies and resources that can help one navigate this difficult phase.
The notion that elderly people aimlessly browse the internet without knowing what to do is untrue. Many older folks spend more time online than their grandchildren do, creating vast friendship webs and forging active online personas. The internet provides the opportunity to study practically anything, deal with obstacles in life, and establish enduring friendships. Many older citizens utilize the internet to leave a legacy, tell their story, and promote the causes that are most important to them. Senior-friendly websites complement your goals and interests while assisting you in developing an active next step.Read Here
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (link to #5), or HBOT, is indeed a fascinating topic. Imagine this: a treatment that lets you breathe pure, life-giving oxygen in a controlled, pressurized environment, allowing your body tissues to soak in all that oxygen goodness. HBOT is just that, a scientifically validated therapy that’s been around the block, providing relief to divers with decompression sickness, people who’ve suffered from carbon monoxide poisoning, and those wrestling with hard-to-heal wounds.Read Here
LEQEMBI and DONANEMAB are two new Alzheimer's drugs which have garnered a great deal of attention in the media. Both have shown promising results in clinical trials. These new drugs are part of a pipeline of treatments based on a decades-old theory that Alzheimer's disease is triggered by amyloid that accumulates in patients' brains and can be slowed by drugs that remove the buildup of this protein.
When 83-year-old Barbara Fox contemplated retirement, she didn’t envision moving to a Senior Living Community and enjoying carefree days of canasta or pickleball. She just wanted to escape the demands of managing her large Miami home as a single divorcee.
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