Aging skin is an inevitable fact of life. Given that the tell-tale signs of premature aging start showing as you approach your thirties or forties, it’s important to take good care of your skin at the earliest. Every day, there are new anti-aging skin products being launched by established and new skincare brands alike. They claim to reverse the damages inflicted by general wear and tear, or age, on your skin. How true are these claims?
As you age, you’ll likely notice some changes in the look and feel of your skin. With every passing birthday, your skin loses some of its elasticity. The body’s natural oil production slows, leaving your skin dry, saggy, and wrinkled. Take a look at the following tips, which can help you slow or prevent the development of wrinkles.
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Elderly people are more prone to falling than the younger folks. Reasons could be numerous, ranging from medication side effects to illnesses. If you have an elderly parent you need to take care of; you need to devise a fall prevention plan immediately to avoid any severe harms. Below are some steps you can take to avoid the elderly from falling:
- It is advisable to basically draw out all the statistics and figure out what are the chances of falling. You can make an appointment with the doctor, and he might figure the plan out by determining facts like what medications your parents are on if they have any previous record of falling, are they prone to falling owing to any illness they might have already, etc. So you have to make sure you provide the doctor with all the right prescription details, especially the sedatives or the medication that makes your parents feel weary and tired.