Blog - December 2018
Maintaining Joy During the Holiday Season
Posted on December 14, 2018 in Health and Wellness
Joy is a major tenant of the holiday season. For some people, particularly the elderly, maintaining that sense of wonder, comfort, and joy throughout the holiday season can be difficult. These tips will help restore your joy so you can enjoy a holiday filled with good cheer.
Blog - November 2018
3 Easy Steps to Flu Prevention
Posted on November 09, 2018 in Health and Wellness
Taking care of physical health is an important part of successful living. This means you must be proactive about your health. During winter, this means you need to take steps to prevent illnesses, like flu, that can have devastating long-term health effects.
Blog - October 2018
Great Ways to Get Exercise Indoors
Posted on October 12, 2018 in Health and Wellness
Getting exercise is important throughout the year. In the cold of winter and on the hottest summer days, it can be a challenge for those who are accustomed to getting their fill of daily movement in the great outdoors. The good news is that there are many great ways to exercise indoors whenever the weather outdoors does not comply.
Blog - September 2018
Do You Know the Benefits of Pet Companionship in Retirement?
Posted on September 21, 2018 in Health and Wellness
As a pet owner, when you imagine your future, your fur babies are surely snuggled up at your feet, no matter where life takes you next. You have a deep connection with your pets. Regardless of your stage of life, that connection does not have to end.Top Foods for Brain Health
Posted on September 14, 2018 in Health and Wellness
At Ohio Living Breckenridge Village, we believe that successful living involves adopting a philosophy that addresses the physical, mental and spiritual well-being of all our residents. While most people consider learning an essential tool for intellectual fulfillment, providing the brain with the right nourishment is equally important. Making purposeful choices for nutrition, like these mentioned below, can help you keep your brain healthy and may even be instrumental in warding off or slowing the progress of conditions like dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.