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Reclaiming Your Rhythm with Cardiac Therapy

A recent study from the American Heart Association reported that nearly half of U.S. adults are living with some form of a heart condition, and as many as 6.9% have severe cardiovascular disease.  If you are one of these many people affected, then cardiac therapy may be recommended by your physician.

 

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Wellness Activities for Seniors

Aegis wellness programs are designed to get purposeful, powerful, proven results focusing on the seven dimensions of wellness.  We take a holistic approach designed to help individuals be well wherever they are.  Health and wellness are important to every aspect of our lives.  If you eat healthy foods and exercise regularly, then your mind, body and spirit will remain strong as well.

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Getting Healthy in the New Year

After a year of feeling like the world was getting back to “normal” post COVID, many of us celebrated the holidays with an extra cookie…or maybe three!  But now that the season of overindulging has come to an end, it’s time to renew our focus on practicing healthier habits in 2023.  Following these few tips can help you be successful conquering those New Year’s Resolutions.

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Seniors and the Holiday Season

The holidays are a wonderful time of year that many of us look forward to.  But the holidays can also bring a variety of emotions, including stress, anxiety and depression. These emotions are especially prevalent in the older adult population at this time of year. Depression can impact anyone at any age, but contrary to what some believe, depression is not a normal part of the aging process.

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Long COVID: How Therapy Can Help

While most adults who contract COVID-19 make a full recovery, as many as 3.2 million* Americans may have lingering effects of COVID-19; many of those can experience long-term effects from their infection, known as post-COVID conditions or long COVID. Long COVID conditions can include a wide range of ongoing health problems, but studies show there is damage not only to the lungs but to other organs, such as the brain and heart, and can last weeks, months or even longer.

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