How To Improve Your Brain & Body- InsuredMeds.com

How To Improve Your Brain & Body

Protect Your Brain: You can effect conditions like Alzheimer’s /Dementia, depression and your health by getting in the habit of only a half hour a day of physical activity at least three times a week. Alzheimer’s /Dementia, depression and your health by getting in the habit of only a half hour a day of physical activity at least three times a week.

How It Works: • Physical activity will boost your energy and mood. Continue reading “How To Improve Your Brain & Body- InsuredMeds.com”

Medicare Late Enrollment Penalties & Lifetime Late Enrolment Penalties

Medicare Late Enrollment Penalties

Lifetime Late Enrolment Penalties

Many older Americans who have Affordable Care Act insurance policies are going to miss a Sept. 30 deadline to enroll in Medicare, and they need more time to make the change, advocates say.

A lifetime of late enrollment penalties typically await people who don’t sign up for Medicare Part B, which covers doctor visits and other outpatient services, when they first become eligible at age 65. That includes people who mistakenly thought that because they had insurance through the ACA marketplaces, they didn’t need to enroll in Medicare.

Earlier this year, Medicare officials offered to waive penalties for the ACA insurance buyers under a temporary rule change that ends Sept. 30. Continue reading “Medicare Late Enrollment Penalties & Lifetime Late Enrolment Penalties”

Have You Heard of Harry The Hypnotist?

It was entertainment night at the Senior Citizens Centre.
After the community sing-along, led by Alice at the piano, it was time for the star of the show – Harry the Hypnotist!

Harry explained that he was going to put the whole audience into a trance “Yes, each and every one of you and all at the same time,” said Harry.
The excited chatter dropped to silence as Harry carefully withdrew, from his waistcoat pocket, a beautiful antique gold pocket watch and chain.

“I want you to keep your eyes on this watch” said Harry, holding the watch high for all to see.

“It’s a very special and valuable watch that has been in my family for six generations,” said Harry.

He began to swing the watch gently back and forth while quietly chanting, “Watch the watch — watch the watch —- watch the watch”

The audience became mesmerized as the watch swayed back and forth.
The lights were twinkling as they were reflected from its gleaming surfaces.

One hundred and fifty pairs of eyes followed the movements of the gently swaying watch.

They were all hypnotized.

And then, suddenly, the chain holding the watch broke!
The beautiful watch fell to the stage and burst into fragments on impact.
“SHIT!”  shouted Harry.
It took the staff three days to completely clean up the Senior Citizens Centre and Harry was never invited back again.
When nothing goes right…  Go left.

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You Are Now Eligible  For Medicare Now What? Part # 1

You Are Now Eligible  For Medicare Now What? Part # 1What is a Medicare

Advantage Plan?

Who Medicare is for?

•       People ages 65 and older
•       People under age 65 with certain disabilities
•       All people with end-stage renal (kidney) disease (ESRD)
•       Your basic Medicare coverage
•       Part A, which covers hospital costs, as well as skilled nursing facility and hospice care
Part B, which covers certain medical costs, like doctor visits.

Continue reading “You Are Now Eligible  For Medicare Now What? Part # 1”

HFCS Hidden In Plain Sight – What you didn’t know!

 

HFCS Hidden In Plain Sight

What you didn’t know!

Exposed!! The Ugly Truth About High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)

The corn crop in the United States is heavily subsidized, high-fructose corn syrup is also cheap.

As a result, it’s now used in so many foods, from crackers to soft drinks, that it has become one of the biggest sources of calories in the American diet. Continue reading “HFCS Hidden In Plain Sight – What you didn’t know!”

Insomnia & Sleep Apnea Effect On Seniors

Insomnia & Sleep Apnea

Poor Quality Sleep

  • Researchers at University Of California recently reported that the quality of sleep especially among the elderly can cause brain deterioration and substantial memory loss.
  • In the area of the brain where long term memory is stored called the prefrontal cortex receives transferred brain wave memories from the hippocampus which are produced during sleep.

Poor quality of sleep in seniors triggers memories to be trapped in the area called hippocampus and not go to the prefrontal cortex. Causing difficulty remembering names and forgetfulness.

Sleep Disruption & Memory Loss Continue reading “Insomnia & Sleep Apnea Effect On Seniors”

FREE! Newburgh Swing Dance 1st Thursday Of The Month

FREE! Newburgh Swing Dance 1st Thursday Of The Month-Swing dancing with lesson & live music. Every 1st Thursday of the month at the Newburgh Brewery at 88 Golden Street, Newburgh, NY.

Swing dancing can enrich your life! Make new friends and expand your world! No partner or experience needed!!

It’s All About Your Gut Bacteria-Health & Obesity

It’s All About Your Gut Bacteria

New Research On How Some Foods Increase Health Risks

It’s In Meat & Eggs

  • New research is saying that an essential nutrient found in eggs and meat called Choline may cause blood to become sticky and Inclined to form clots that cause strokes and heart attacks.
  • Like Goldilocks too much Choline is bad and too little is just as bad.

In recent research given volunteers more than the recommended Choline of 550 for men and 435 for women showed that their blood was more likely to form clots was reported in the Journal Circulation.  Continue reading “It’s All About Your Gut Bacteria-Health & Obesity”

5 Habits You Need To Change!

5 Habits You Need To Change!

Many people are searching for ways to live healthier. Most know that this can easily be achieved through proper nutrition and regular exercise. However, there are also other factors that have an effect on your health, and some are maybe easily overlooked. Here are 5 risky behaviors that can harm your health.

Smoking

It’s no secret that smoking kills. Despite the fact that people are aware of all the health risks associated with smoking, many still do it. It is without a doubt one of the unhealthiest habits in today’s society. This habit can literally cost you your life. Continue reading “5 Habits You Need To Change!”

Like A Heart Attack, But Worst!

Like A Heart Attack, But Worst!

I thought I was having a heart attack but it was worst I had dehydrated myself with the foods I was eating to lose weight.

Excess salt causes your body to retain fluid, which will not only leaving you feeling bloated, but can also lead to high blood pressure. Look for low-sodium options or, better yet, cook your own meals from scratch. Continue reading “Like A Heart Attack, But Worst!”