Be sure to keep a safe and open pathway from bedroom to bathroom to prevent falls during the night
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Home safety: to prevent falls, have handrails installed on both sides of the stairway and remove scatter rugs.
Nuts can be good for you. Walnuts contain heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, eat a few every day.
Staying well hydrated is a key component to preventing falls. Dehydration can cause light-headedness which could certainly lead to a fall, especially late at night when getting out of bed. Be sure to drink plenty of water and fluids throughout the day to stay well hydrated.
Installing motion sensors to turn on lights in hallways can be a great help to prevent falls during the night.