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Millions of Americans are joining the elderly years’ group and it estimated that by 2030 an estimated 20% of Americans will be aged 65 years or older. Old age comes with its own challenges. Mostly the major challenges that are faced with this group of the population are health related.

One of the major challenges is physical mobility. In recent years, a lot of research has been carried out to help our elderly live the quality life that they so much desire. The results have brought forth a lot of innovations in the senior market which are changing how millions of Americans are aging.

Mobility aids are great equipment that is helping transport the elderly from one point to another with less pain. The devices come in different types such as walkers, wheelchairs, crutches, scooters, canes and among others. All these depending on the level of external support they elderly might need help to make the lives of the physically challenged easier.

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Another condition that affects millions of people around the world is acid reflux. Acid reflux can make a person’s life miserable if not treated. The progressive stage of acid reflux which is also commonly known as heartburn is called GERD.

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There are a lot of quick home remedies one can use to put this condition under control, over the counter medications and even surgery for people with advanced stages of the disease.

There other numerous products that contribute to the wellbeing, independence, comfort, and happiness of our elderly in society.

Memory loss and hearing loss are very common problems most seniors face. Luckily, there are many hearing devices out there to help you hear properly if you have hearing problems.

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