Articles and information on keeping an active lifestyle and the benefits thereof for the elderly, wheelchair users, and those with disabilities or arthritis.

Staying Fit and Healthy Through Winter

Posted by Chelsea Shaffer on 11/19/2018 to Active Lifestyles 0 Comments
Staying Fit and Healthy Through Winter

A lot of our favorite exercises require us to be outdoors, swimming, biking, jogging, they’re all outdoor activities. Even sports leagues are known for taking breaks during the winter, the familiar winter freeze is no condition to be in when spending hours outside. Yet, we can’t justify letting go of our health for months at a time, so how do we get around chilly winters?

Active Hands Need Therapy

Posted by Chelsea Shaffer on 8/14/2018 to Active Lifestyles 0 Comments
Active Hands Need Therapy

National Left Handers Day is right around the corner, and so is the new school year. A big part of schooling consists of writing utensils that can often give even the most experienced writers some hand cramps. With the return of the school year and the celebration of lefties this year, there’s some questions raised about controlling arthritis and periodic hand cramps. Along with some little known facts about lefties, we’ve also brought a few new tools for those battling arthritis.

The Blueprint to Staying Healthy

Posted by Chelsea Shaffer on 6/28/2018 to Active Lifestyles 0 Comments
The Blueprint to Staying Healthy

This month we’re celebrating Men’s health by raising awareness for it and offering a guide to help aid in some of the daily struggles the men in our life go through. What can be determined as a standard for “good health” can be anything from a healthy heart to a healthy mind but we’ve found that some of the solutions to these conditions coincide with each other. What can heal your heart can also heal your mind.