# Live in care
How senior care will change and improve in the coming years
How senior care will change and improve in the coming years. Living longer could be described as a double-edged sword. Although we have greater preventative health care and continual advances in treatment and medical science; the number of seniors suffering from disabilities will continue to rise as age-related illnesses and conditions take their toll yet treatments are still available to prolong life. For this reason, the elderly care market is set to exponentially increase year on year as more people are living longer but without the full capability to look after themselves. And expanding capacity is not just via residential care homes and nursing homes but also care at home, day care centers, and other related care services, all targeted at the senior generation over the age of 65.
Can meditation help the elderly live longer?
We all dream about aging gracefully, enjoying the freedom of our later years without work and career commitments. Also spending time with family whilst doing many of those things, such as travelling, that we never had time for whilst we were working. Of course, these dreams do not always happen for so many elderly people for a variety of reasons, for instance, relationship breakdown, financial restrictions and, of course, health issues. Health problems can be a real challenge that make life as we get older much more difficult.