Tight hamstrings can reduce your mobility and put strain on your lower back. Try these easy strength and flexibility exercises to relieve tight hamstrings.
A fall isn’t inevitable. With a few simple tips, including small changes to your home and work environments (plus a healthy dose of awareness), you can lower your fall risk, or that of a loved one.
A fear of falling is quite common among older adults. Why? Well, the connection between falling and loss of independence is pretty clear.
Feeling lonely is more common than you may think — 43% of us report feeling lonely on a regular basis. Here are a few practical ways to fight the feeling.
Falling once may be no big deal (sidewalk cracks happen), but if you fall twice or more in a six-month period, you should talk to your doctor, even if you aren’t seriously injured.
These three upper body exercises work multiple muscles, and help ward off injury. Plus they’re easy to do at home — you just need a set of dumbbells.
Learning to forgive is vital for letting go of negative emotions. It actually has nothing to do with the other person; it’s about doing what’s good for us.