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Though only around 10 per cent of seniors’ falls result in a fracture or another serious injury, many people still end up with “post-fall syndrome,” a diminished sense of safety and a loss of confidence that can lead to social withdrawal, loneliness and depression. Here are three ways to reduce your risk.
The morning is probably no one’s favourite time, particularly if you stayed up late the night before. But there are plenty of good reasons for starting each and every day as well as you possibly can. Here are some ways to make sure you get out of the right side of the bed and ease yourself into things with a positive, calm attitude.