TL Senior LivingGLENMAURA-Senior LivingAmazing benefits to seniors having petsPets bring much joyto the lives they touch.So it should come asno surprise that the2019-2020 National PetOwners Survey, whichwas conducted by theAmerican Pet Productsanimal not only stimulatesphysical activity, but it alsocan give seniors a reasonto get up and go, whichequates to a feeling ofpurpose. Altered focus: Having apet can help seniors focuson something other thanphysical or mental healthissues and preoccupationsabout loss or aging,according to New York-based psychologist PennyAssociation, found thatabout 85 million familiesin the United States own apet. In Canada, 7.5 millionhouseholds are home tocompanion animals, statesthe PetBacker blog.PetsoffercompanionshipB. Donnenfeld.behaviors, like exercising with the pet,Increased physicaland unconditional love. While they eating well and having ideal blood activity: Pets require care, and thatare fitting for any family, seniors may sugar levels.find that having a pet is especiallyinteraction can get seniors movingPets also provide emotional support more than if they didn't have a pet.beneficial. The organization A Place and companionship that can help  Improved health: Ongoing researchseniors  including those who may from Harvard Medical School haswith senior living residences, says be divorced or widowed feel more found dog owners have lower bloodfor Mom, which helps match familiespets provide a comfort system thatproduces measurable health results.secure and happy. The National Poll pressure, healthier cholesterol levelsCaring for pets and being around them on Healthy Aging found that, among and lower risk of heart disease thanrespondents who had pets, 88 percentthose who don't own a dog.can produce a chemical chain reactionin the brain that may help to lower said their pets helped them enjoy life,  Stick to routine: Caring for petsstress hormones while also increasing and 86 percent said their pets made helps seniors maintain a routine.Having structure after retirementSeniors considering getting a pet can can be important to ward off risk ofThis is not the only health benefit explore the many benefits to doing so. depression. Staying on top of feeding, Reduce pain: A 2012 study published grooming and other pet needs also canthe Mayo Clinic, which looked at in Pain Magazine found therapy dogs help prevent cognitive decline.Pets bring many benefits to theirand 64 who had healthy hearts, found and emotional distress for chronic owners' lives, and they may be theperfect remedy for seniors looking forproduction of the feel-good hormoneserotonin.them feel loved.pets may provide. A recent study from1,800 people between the ages of 25 provided "significant reduction in painthat almost half owned a dog. Havinga dog was likely to spur heart-healthypain patients." Feeling of purpose: Caring for ana friend and purpose. TL Senior Living GLENMAURA -Senior Living Amazing benefits to seniors having pets Pets bring much joy to the lives they touch. So it should come as no surprise that the 2019-2020 National Pet Owners Survey, which was conducted by the American Pet Products animal not only stimulates physical activity, but it also can give seniors a reason to get up and go, which equates to a feeling of purpose.  Altered focus: Having a pet can help seniors focus on something other than physical or mental health issues and preoccupations about loss or aging, according to New York- based psychologist Penny Association, found that about 85 million families in the United States own a pet. In Canada, 7.5 million households are home to companion animals, states the PetBacker blog. Petsoffercompanionship B. Donnenfeld. behaviors, like exercising with the pet, Increased physical and unconditional love. While they eating well and having ideal blood activity: Pets require care, and that are fitting for any family, seniors may sugar levels. find that having a pet is especially interaction can get seniors moving Pets also provide emotional support more than if they didn't have a pet. beneficial. The organization A Place and companionship that can help  Improved health: Ongoing research seniors  including those who may from Harvard Medical School has with senior living residences, says be divorced or widowed feel more found dog owners have lower blood for Mom, which helps match families pets provide a comfort system that produces measurable health results. secure and happy. The National Poll pressure, healthier cholesterol levels Caring for pets and being around them on Healthy Aging found that, among and lower risk of heart disease than respondents who had pets, 88 percent those who don't own a dog. can produce a chemical chain reaction in the brain that may help to lower said their pets helped them enjoy life,  Stick to routine: Caring for pets stress hormones while also increasing and 86 percent said their pets made helps seniors maintain a routine. Having structure after retirement Seniors considering getting a pet can can be important to ward off risk of This is not the only health benefit explore the many benefits to doing so. depression. Staying on top of feeding,  Reduce pain: A 2012 study published grooming and other pet needs also can the Mayo Clinic, which looked at in Pain Magazine found therapy dogs help prevent cognitive decline. Pets bring many benefits to their and 64 who had healthy hearts, found and emotional distress for chronic owners' lives, and they may be the perfect remedy for seniors looking for production of the feel-good hormone serotonin. them feel loved. pets may provide. A recent study from 1,800 people between the ages of 25 provided "significant reduction in pain that almost half owned a dog. Having a dog was likely to spur heart-healthy pain patients."  Feeling of purpose: Caring for an a friend and purpose.

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TL Senior Living GLENMAURA -Senior Living Amazing benefits to seniors having pets Pets bring much joy to the lives they touch. So it should come as no surprise that the 2019-2020 National Pet Owners Survey, which was conducted by the American Pet Products animal not only stimulates physical activity, but it also can give seniors a reason to get up and go, which equates to a feeling of purpose. Altered focus: Having a pet can help seniors focus on something other than physical or mental health issues and preoccupations about loss or aging, according to New York- based psychologist Penny Association, found that about 85 million families in the United States own a pet. In Canada, 7.5 million households are home to companion animals, states the PetBacker blog. Petsoffercompanionship B. Donnenfeld. behaviors, like exercising with the pet, Increased physical and unconditional love. While they eating well and having ideal blood activity: Pets require care, and that are fitting for any family, seniors may sugar levels. find that having a pet is especially interaction can get seniors moving Pets also provide emotional support more than if they didn't have a pet. beneficial. The organization A Place and companionship that can help Improved health: Ongoing research seniors including those who may from Harvard Medical School has with senior living residences, says be divorced or widowed feel more found dog owners have lower blood for Mom, which helps match families pets provide a comfort system that produces measurable health results. secure and happy. The National Poll pressure, healthier cholesterol levels Caring for pets and being around them on Healthy Aging found that, among and lower risk of heart disease than respondents who had pets, 88 percent those who don't own a dog. can produce a chemical chain reaction in the brain that may help to lower said their pets helped them enjoy life, Stick to routine: Caring for pets stress hormones while also increasing and 86 percent said their pets made helps seniors maintain a routine. Having structure after retirement Seniors considering getting a pet can can be important to ward off risk of This is not the only health benefit explore the many benefits to doing so. depression. Staying on top of feeding, Reduce pain: A 2012 study published grooming and other pet needs also can the Mayo Clinic, which looked at in Pain Magazine found therapy dogs help prevent cognitive decline. Pets bring many benefits to their and 64 who had healthy hearts, found and emotional distress for chronic owners' lives, and they may be the perfect remedy for seniors looking for production of the feel-good hormone serotonin. them feel loved. pets may provide. A recent study from 1,800 people between the ages of 25 provided "significant reduction in pain that almost half owned a dog. Having a dog was likely to spur heart-healthy pain patients." Feeling of purpose: Caring for an a friend and purpose. TL Senior Living GLENMAURA -Senior Living Amazing benefits to seniors having pets Pets bring much joy to the lives they touch. So it should come as no surprise that the 2019-2020 National Pet Owners Survey, which was conducted by the American Pet Products animal not only stimulates physical activity, but it also can give seniors a reason to get up and go, which equates to a feeling of purpose. Altered focus: Having a pet can help seniors focus on something other than physical or mental health issues and preoccupations about loss or aging, according to New York- based psychologist Penny Association, found that about 85 million families in the United States own a pet. In Canada, 7.5 million households are home to companion animals, states the PetBacker blog. Petsoffercompanionship B. Donnenfeld. behaviors, like exercising with the pet, Increased physical and unconditional love. While they eating well and having ideal blood activity: Pets require care, and that are fitting for any family, seniors may sugar levels. find that having a pet is especially interaction can get seniors moving Pets also provide emotional support more than if they didn't have a pet. beneficial. The organization A Place and companionship that can help Improved health: Ongoing research seniors including those who may from Harvard Medical School has with senior living residences, says be divorced or widowed feel more found dog owners have lower blood for Mom, which helps match families pets provide a comfort system that produces measurable health results. secure and happy. The National Poll pressure, healthier cholesterol levels Caring for pets and being around them on Healthy Aging found that, among and lower risk of heart disease than respondents who had pets, 88 percent those who don't own a dog. can produce a chemical chain reaction in the brain that may help to lower said their pets helped them enjoy life, Stick to routine: Caring for pets stress hormones while also increasing and 86 percent said their pets made helps seniors maintain a routine. Having structure after retirement Seniors considering getting a pet can can be important to ward off risk of This is not the only health benefit explore the many benefits to doing so. depression. Staying on top of feeding, Reduce pain: A 2012 study published grooming and other pet needs also can the Mayo Clinic, which looked at in Pain Magazine found therapy dogs help prevent cognitive decline. Pets bring many benefits to their and 64 who had healthy hearts, found and emotional distress for chronic owners' lives, and they may be the perfect remedy for seniors looking for production of the feel-good hormone serotonin. them feel loved. pets may provide. A recent study from 1,800 people between the ages of 25 provided "significant reduction in pain that almost half owned a dog. Having a dog was likely to spur heart-healthy pain patients." Feeling of purpose: Caring for an a friend and purpose.

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