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LIFESTYLES 55+

Planning Ahead for a Healthy Lifestyle WHAT YOU CAN DO NOW TO PREPARE YOU FOR YOUR FUTURE – TIPS FOR HEALTH, FITNESS, BUSINESS, LIFESTYLE, AND SPIRITUALITY.

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REBOUND HEADACHES, more appropriately called “medication overuse headaches (MOH)” are chronic (frequent) headaches that occur in people as a result of using as-needed pain medications too frequently. MOH typically occurs in people who previously had pre-existing migraines, or at least the tendency towards developing migraines. The typical patient who has MOH is someone with a long history of intermittent migraines that become more frequent over a period of months to years in association with using either over-the-counter or prescription pain or headache medications more than a couple times per week, usually daily. They have headaches every day or nearly daily as a result, typically in the morning, which feels more like a “tension headache” rather than their previous migraines. The medications that used to work well no longer work, or work only for a very short period of time. MOH is an important condition to recognize, because it can be extremely disabling–impacting quality of sleep, reducing the enjoyment of life, and productivity at home and work. It is also important to recognize quickly because nothing else besides reducing overused medications will help the problem. Patients will often go through multiple unnecessary medications and procedures, sometimes even invasive ones, and none of them address the problem–the medication overuse–at the root. The tendency to develop MOH depends on which medications are being used too frequently. “Stronger” medications and “combination medications” that contain multiple medications (like aspirin with caffeine) tend to cause MOH faster.

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It is important to recognize that the medications do not need to be overused for just headaches. Patients with tendency towards headaches who use pain medications for other pains, including neck, knee or back pain, may also develop MOH. The only way to truly reduce MOH and restore quality of life is to completely wean off the medication causing the problem. This is often hard to achieve without a doctor’s help, especially depending on which medications were overused and for how long. The weaning process is uncomfortable and can take weeks or months, during which time we expect the person to experience more intense headaches. For this reason, neurologists and headache specialists weaning people off overused medications will employ a “bridge” treatment to make the process more comfortable. A bridge may be as simple as taking a long course of steroids or other prescription medications, or as complicated as requiring multiple intravenous medications, injections in the scalp, or even a hospitalization, depending on the severity of the problem. During the same time, patients will begin healthy treatment of chronic headaches with medications or procedures that are MEANT to be used daily. This refers to anti-seizure medications, blood pressure medications, certain antidepressants

or other more advanced procedural therapies. If you have headaches on most days of the week, or daily, and you tend to take as-needed over-the-counter medications (like acetaminophen, ibuprofen, aspirin, naproxen) or prescription as-needed medications on a close to daily basis, there is a good chance you have some degree of MOH. Talk to your healthcare provider about taking the necessary steps to reduce this pattern, the first step to reclaiming your headache-freedom. HealthTalk makes available the diverse group of healthcare experts at SMH and Ochsner to bring the community enthusiasm, knowledge and care that extends beyond the physical walls of the hospitals. The free presentations vary in length from 20-60 minutes. To arrange a speaker for your next meeting, just call SMH Community Outreach at (985) 280-8529 three to four weeks before your event.

Olga Fermo, MD Neurology Ochsner Health System (985) 875-2828

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The Universal Issues of the Modern Teen

Voice of our Youth Pursuit of Purpose

by Josiah Leydecker, an 11th Grade Student

With the American culture changing right before our very eyes in recent years, new and different trends are settling in as previous ones are on their way out. This creates what many refer to as a “generational gap,” or a difference of outlook or opinion between people of different generations. One could take music as an example of this phenomenon. Many of today’s parents find it difficult to genuinely enjoy today’s modern genres of music that the majority of newer generations are into, such as Hip-Hop and Rap. Artists who are praised as musical geniuses in America, including Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, Beyonce, Cardi B, Drake, and many more, are often disapproved of by individuals from older generations. However, despite this “generational gap” anomaly, there is still an aspect of American life that all generations can identify with: self-discovery. It’s an existential equation that every person yearns to solve with the correct answer. Except, many people fail to realize that there are different answers according to each individual. Each person on this earth is completely distinct and unique from the one next to him or her. This sounds simple and almost obvious, but try thinking about the people you see every day. Realistically, most of them interact with those around them based on external influences. Of course, these are expected to exist in someone’s life, whether it be culture, celebrities, or even the people around them, but this is where many people become confused or distracted on their paths to self-discovery. So many people become obsessed with these external influences and completely desert the path to self-discovery altogether. This results in the person essentially becoming somebody completely divergent to their true selves. Furthermore, I believe that the teens of the 21st century are the worst victims of this subjective

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dilemma. I believe this so strongly, because I have seen it every day throughout my freshman and sophomore year, and I have no doubt that I’ll continue to see confused individuals walk the halls of my high school until the day I’m throwing my graduation cap in the air. Now, I’ll admit, I struggle with this issue alongside my high school peers. So, recently, I’ve been doing things that I believe help guide me on the correct path to discovering myself and what I am to essentially do with my life. I do the things that I love to do. I also surround myself with people who I believe strive to be themselves as well. These are just a couple of things that we can all do to help discover our true selves and step toward the correct path to self-discovery.

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A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned... by Mark Kingsbery

If past financial turmoil has taught us anything, it’s that maybe we should pay attention to the age-old clichés our parents and grandparents passed on to us. Take it one day at a time... the new reality for most Americans when it comes to financial recovery. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket… a poster child for diversification. You get the idea. Keeping the “what’s old is new again” mantra in mind, here are some famous clichés from previous generations that Thrivent Financial thinks could serve us well this year and beyond. 1.)  Don’t cry over spilled milk. After a financial downturn, it is time to start putting the pieces back together. It might take a while (patience is a virtue, after all), but you need to start somewhere. 2.) Save for a rainy day. Call it an emergency savings fund or rainy day fund. The idea is simple, but changing our behavior is not. Money is easy to spend and there’s no question that there is still plenty of “gotta have it now” in all of us. It’s time to slow down on spending and start saving. Next, resist the temptation to raid your savings! While most Americans have plenty of credit card debt (and that issue needs to be addressed as part of your financial picture), resist the temptation to raid the savings to pay it all off immediately. Also, resist the desire to raid the savings for cash purchases. If you succumb, whenever the fund is used, the amount withdrawn should be replenished as soon as possible.

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3.) A penny saved is a penny earned. For an emergency savings fund, a standard savings account or money market account should meet your needs. However, thinking even longer-term, consider certificates of deposit (CDs). CDs help force you to commit your money for a period of time, to start making your savings a more permanent habit. It should be noted that the money is not accessible for the term. 4.) You’re walking on thin ice. In times of financial hardship, you may have had to sacrifice the standard financial protection that you always took for granted. If you terminated your life insurance contract, now is the time to begin shopping around for a new one. If something happened to you, would your family be able to maintain their current lifestyle? Could they stay in the house so the kids would not have to move and switch schools? The time to protect your family is now. And, you know what they say, never put off until tomorrow what you can do today. 5.) Home is where the heart is. It’s also where much of your equity probably is, too. Look into home equity loans to help you consolidate debt and get back on your feet. Lending standards are now tighter, but banks want your business and will work with you to meet your needs. 6.)  Another day, another dollar. While your savings should help protect you if you lose a job, what happens if you get sick or injured and cannot work? Consider disability income insurance to help cover living expenses and protect your savings in case that happens. 7.)  Lend a helping hand. Help others in need with charitable giving or by volunteering your time and talents. There is plenty of need and every little bit helps. 8.) Stop and smell the roses. Remember that your most important investment is time with family and friends.

Thrivent is a not-for-profit membership organization that helps Christians be wise with money and live generously. Mark B Kingsbery, FIC, AR license #8750150 Regional Development Director Gulf Coast, South Region Thrivent Financial® 2594 Front street, Slidell, LA 70458 Office: 985-445-1777 Cell: 985-718-7350 Email: mark.kingsbery@thrivent.com

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Health Planning for 55+

He Didn’t Have To Die by J. B. Hunt

“He didn’t have to die.” That’s the phrase that keeps running through our minds after all these years. One simple ultrasound scan of his belly could have notified him that he had a ballooning blood vessel that was likely to burst. Sadly it did, and it claimed his life. Not only did he leave, but also a part of us departed along with him. We, his family, wish we were educated more. We wish we had done more and had found a way to keep him with us. We weren’t ready to lose him. Yes, he had lived a full life, but there were so many more years ahead. Years of grandchildren’s weddings and noisy, happy Thanksgiving dinners. Years of sentimental birthday celebrations and goofy Father’s Day cards. So today, we tell everyone about Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms or AAA. AAA sounds so complicated, but it really is just like a balloon that bursts which causes internal bleeding and death. It’s a silent killer because there are no symptoms. This explains why everyone should get scanned-especially people who smoke, have high blood pressure, and are over the age of 60. It’s the third leading cause of sudden death in men, and it may be due to the fact that people are unaware. An ultrasound scan is the only way to find this aneurysm, but there is good news. New kinds of surgeries can keep it from bursting and prevent death. This silent killer doesn’t have to take the life of your father, brother, sister or any other loved ones. Go and receive this painless, quick, and easy ultrasound exam. Schedule yours today at Lakeview Regional Medical Center located in Covington or call to find out about locations in your region.

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Real Estate

Lifestyle Pursuit

Diplomacy by Julie Hingle

Why use the word “diplomacy� in real estate? Think of it this way, when two countries have an issue, a third party helps negotiate a deal. It’s the same in real estate. As efficient real estate agents, it is our job to help facilitate a peaceful deal between the seller and buyer. It is also our job to make sure that everyone understands what is to transpire during that transaction from the beginning to the closing. Picture a scene where a buyer and seller are face to face screaming expectations. In order to find common ground, the real estate agent steps in and separates the two bickering people, while separately discovering their wants and needs. At that time, the agent will individually let the buyer and seller know what the home is worth via comparative market analysis. At the end of the day, the agent will hopefully be able to negotiate a fair deal for both parties and bring peace to an uncomfortable situation. Not only do agents bring comfortable communication to both the buyer and seller, but also the agent helps the seller organize their selling experience. A good agent gets their home ready to sell by creating an extraordinary first impression which increases the resale of their home to prospective buyers. Outstanding agents can educate and assist buyers by finding lenders, movers, locksmiths and more. We are agents that take time with our clients to ensure that the buying process is stress free and enjoyable for all. If you would like more information on what is for sale in a certain area or what a particular home is worth, give me a call today. And remember, when looking for an agent to buy or sell, the real estate business is about relationships not transactions. Julie Hingle, Realtor, RE/MAX Elite 2617 N. Causeway Blvd. Mandeville, LA 70471

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Estate Planning for the Future

Is it Time to Revisit Your Estate Plan? by Eric Schorr

Even the best estate plans need updating from time to time. In addition to reviewing your estate plan documents every 5 to 7 years, here are some other times when you may need to make changes: Change in marital status — In Louisiana, if you make a will when you are married, and then you subsequently get divorced, the divorce automatically revokes any legacies

to your former spouse and appointments of your former spouse as a fiduciary (e.g., trustee, executor, etc.) However, you then need to consider whether your documents address who will serve in these capacities if your spouse is disqualified, or who will receive your assets if provisions in favor of your spouse are automatically revoked. Additionally, you should review beneficiary designations on insurance policies and retirement plans because those will not necessarily be revoked as a result of a divorce. If you create an estate plan while you are single and then get married, your new spouse, as a matter of law, will not be entitled to any of the assets that you bring to the marriage. So, if you want to provide for your new husband or wife, you need to take affirmative steps to add them to your estate plan. This, however, is not necessarily true with regard to qualified retirement plans, where a surviving spouse is deemed to be the sole beneficiary unless contrary provisions are made with the spouses consent. For example, if your children are named as your 401(K) plan beneficiaries and then you remarry later in life, your new spouse will automatically be the beneficiary of your plan regardless of your previous beneficiary designations. Ask a qualified professional what the law provides and revise your documents so that are consistent with your intentions if necessary. A Death or incapacity in the family—Your estate planning documents designate trusted people to serve as fiduciaries, e.g., executor, trustee, agent, power of attorney, tutor, etc. If one of the designated individuals dies, your estate plan may be left with some gaps that need to be addressed. Or worse, if the designated person is still alive and unable to perform his duties, he may still insist that he able to do so, although you know he is no longer capable. To avoid having the court designate your fiduciaries, and to avoid people serving who are no longer appropriate, you should revisit your documents from time to time and make changes as needed. Similarly, if a beneficiary or legatee named in your estate plan is no longer living, make sure you understand how and where the assets designated for the deceased person will go.

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Problems affecting loved ones—People are imperfect— and that includes your loved ones. Perhaps your child is in a bad marriage and headed for divorce and you don’t want your daughter’s inheritance to be shared with her estranged husband. Maybe your son has developed an affinity for blackjack and you are concerned he will mismanage his inheritance. Maybe a grandchild is struggling with substance abuse issues. Or perhaps a beneficiary has recently become disabled and you are concerned that an inheritance may disqualify him from public benefits. If any of these situations arise in your family, it’s time to review your estate planning documents. You may want to disinherit a troubled individual altogether or retain their inheritance in trust so that their assets will be protected. A properly drafted estate plan can do all of this and more, but proper planning is required. Change of domicile— Many of my clients have vacation homes in Alabama, Florida, or Colorado. Some of them intend to relocate to those states permanently once they retire and the kids are gone. It is important that your estate plan documents are drafted in accordance with the laws 504.258.4151 of your domicile. Although estate plan documents created in Louisiana will be afforded full faith and credit

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Spirituality: Knowing Your Purpose

by Gina Piazza Romans 8:28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

Let’s face it, everyone’s life is driven by something. Is that something driving you to fulfill your greatest potential? Is it satisfying? Is there a feeling of discontentment or have things gotten stale? If so, maybe it’s time to search within. When was the last time you have slowed down to really search your heart and listen for its reply? While you reflect, here is a list of a few things that could be hindering your ability to flow with purpose. 1. Guilt Many let their past guilt control their future. God wants to give us a fresh start. We do not need to live in guilt. 2. Resentment & Anger Some people hold on to hurts from the past and never learn to let them go. Eventually this anger and resentment controls them. 3. Fear– Fear prohibits many from living their best lives. We must to learn to fight fear through faith in God. 4. Materialism Most people in our society are driven by materialism. This goes directly against Scripture which says that the most valuable things in life are not things. 5. Need For Approval Many people allow their need for other people’s approval to control their lives.

Now, let’s look at the five main benefits to living a purpose-filled life... 1. Knowing My Purpose Gives Meaning To My Life Without purpose, life is meaningless. A meaningless life is a life without hope. God gives purpose, purpose gives meaning, and meaning gives hope and significance. 2. Knowing My Purpose Simplifies My Life My purpose becomes the standard I use to determine which activities are important. If an activity does not further my purpose, it should be removed. My purpose gives me the foundation on which to base decisions and allocate my time. 3. Knowing My Purpose Focuses My Life With a determined purpose, I can focus my time and energy on what is truly important. Focusing on a few things that fulfill my purpose will yield better results. 4. Knowing My Purpose Motivates My Life Purpose produces passion. By knowing my purpose, I will be passionate about achieving it. 5. Knowing My Purpose Prepares Me For Eternity My time on earth is nothing more than a preparation for eternity. What matters in the end is not whether people remember me after I am gone but what God says about my life. If you are aimlessly wandering throughout your day, here’s a simple question that may help you discover what is dormant in your core. Ask yourself, “What is the driving force to my life?” Personally, I’d like to think that the answer would be God. I want nothing more than to be a tool used by God to further His work. I hope that as I grow in my faith, so will my devotion to His purpose. What about you? What has God buried as a treasure inside of you? Whatever it is, it is there waiting to surface.

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M.O.V.E.

Fitness: Made to Move

by Toni Ziegler

This magnificent machine called our body was made to move. All internal operations are based on movement. Blood pulses from the beating of our hearts to muscles, organs, and more. Our mouths chew, our throats swallow, and our digestion system breaks down food, creating energy. It is called movement! By using the acronym M.O.V.E., you will become healthy and maintain an active and rewarding lifestyle. M is for motivation Motivation comes from within. Do you have kids and need more energy? Does your job place physical demands on you? Are you a grandparent that wants to play on the floor with your grandkids? Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? What motivates you to want to be fit and healthy? Write it down and post it in a place where you will see it daily. O is for operation Find a way to make exercise operate in your life. Are you an early bird? Go for a morning walk, get to the gym, workout to an exercise video, or do jumping jacks. Are you a night owl? You can attend a 24-hour gym, walk after dinner, or take a dance lesson. Find your time to operate in movement that best fits your routine. V is for validation Validating something means to make or declare something legally valid. This is discovering the purpose of your motivation. I am getting fit because it gives me more energy, it makes my joints move better, and it makes me feel better. Write your own statement down and place it next to your motivation statement. E is for education Get educated, join a gym, or find a trainer. Have an accountability partner who is working on their fitness goals. In this day and age of technology, there is no excuse for not being educated about healthy living.

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Toni Ziegler is a Cooper Institute Certified Personal Trainer She trains at Cross Gates Family Fitness 1311 Gause Boulevard in Slidell, LA 70458 She is the founder of Your Temple Fitness. Feel free to email her at: toniall4him@yahoo.com

This message is meant to encourage you to get started on a healthier version of you. Every journey begins with one step. The next time you are feeling discouraged from being active, remember this acronym and M.O.V.E. into a new and improved you.

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Continuity of Healthy Living

The Healing RxD Nutrition and Alzheimer’s Disease by Ana Park, RD LDN, M.A.

For more information, please seek medical advice from your primary health physician. For more information about this article, email us at: healingrxd@gmail.com

Alzheimer’s disease is not only a common type of dementia, but also it is the worst case. It results from the brain cell’s inability to link to different functions of the body. Alzheimer’s disease not only decreases speech ability and cognitive functions of the brain, but also it affects the behavior and skills of an individual. Although every person’s medical condition is unique, the prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease for some may be diagnosed as early as 55 years old. Many clinical studies show that the length of survival of those who suffer from Alzheimer’s is about eight years when diagnosed at age 65. Some factors that can trigger Alzheimer’s progression include: depression, excessive use of alcohol, sleep deprivation, thyroid and hormonal problems, and vitamin deficiencies. Recent medical discoveries have shown that nutrition and Alzheimer’s prevention go hand in hand. Certain super foods can increase brain function and prevent this terrible disease from gaining momentum. Fresh vegetables and fruits are rich sources of vitamins and anthocyanins which play a monumental role in memory preservation. Berries which are darker in pigment are known to strengthen the mind more effectively. Omega-3 fatty acids like docosahexaenoic or DHA specifically aid in the improvement of memory in healthy young adults. Fish such as tuna, salmon, sardines, and herring are some of the best sources of Omega-3 fatty acids. An intake of at least twice a week of 8 ounces of seafood for adults is highly recommended. Various nuts like walnuts, cashews, peanuts, almonds, and pecans can improve cognitive health. These can be healthy snacks, or added in oatmeal or yogurt to increase flavor. Another valuable nutritional source is protein. Excellent protein sources are eggs, fish, pork, chicken, beans and legumes which are known to keep the brain function intact. These proteins aid in the prevention of inflammatory response that decreases the release of Beta Amyloid, a protein that builds plague causing the death of brain nerve cells. Lastly, drinking tea of gingko biloba leaf and taking natuarl supplements of Acetyl L-Carnitine and Vitamin E can fight Alzheimer’s. As a health professional, it is construed that every individual is different; therefore, this article is not conclusive to the counsel of the disease. The goal is to provide scientific insight and data which supports that nutritional modifications to your diet can assist in preventing Alzheimer’s. The research studies provided in this article are not intended to replace medical advice or diagnosis from a physician or other medical provider.

References: “Scientists reveal how beta-amyloid may cause Alzheimer’s” Bruce Goldman, September 19, 2013. http://neurobiology. stanford.edu. “4 Types of Foods to Help Boost Your Memory”, Marissa Moore, MBA,LDN,RD, November 15, 2017, http:/eatright.org “What is Alzheimer’s Disease”, National institute for aging, www.nia.nih.gov/alzheimers “End-of Life Issues in the Context of Alzheimer’s Disease”, Rebecca S. Allen, PhD et al, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2789353/ Natural Medicine Data Base, www.eatright.org/DIFM “Modern Essentials” 5th edition, Aroma Tools, 1351 W. 800 N, Orem UT, 2014.

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