Long Term Care Agent Prospecting – Free Giveaway For LTC Senior Clients

Prospecting for long-term care agents has become very competitive. A giveaway is a great way to help your LTC senior clients. Everybody can improve their memory. With practice and time, most people can even regain some of their ability to remember more. This article is ideal for long-term care insurance agents to share with their senior clients.

Free giveaways can help you increase your client base. This is a great giveaway for senior clients that you can give away at no cost. After you have copied the article, add your name and contact information to the author credits. Encourage seniors to pass this important information on to their friends and family.

Message to Seniors. Your agent cares about senior citizens’ health. Insurance can cover a lot of your medical expenses as well as protect your income. You are usually not eligible for insurance to cover Alzheimer’s disease and all costs associated with taking care of yourself. This article will give you some tips to improve your memory, and it can be used immediately. This is a service that your insurance agent offers for no cost. Referring others to an expert who cares about your well-being is called repayment.

Alzheimer’s disease can start as soon as you reach fifty, and it can continue until you reach your seventies. Below is a list that has been shown to reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s. To build up your cognitive reserve, it is important to exercise your brain daily.

1. Your brain isn’t a muscle. However, exercise can help keep it healthy. You can build your brain and stimulate the growth of nerve connections. This is a great way to improve your memory. Complex challenges are a great way to challenge your brain. You can try crossword puzzles or building ships kits, progressive games that lead to new levels, books with mysteries, writing letters to journalists to share your views, and many other options.

2. You have a great memory. Keep it up. You are good at numbers and names. Visual images can be associated with names in your brain. Keep practicing every day. You don’t want your grandchild to be called by the wrong name. Recognize yourself for overcoming a challenge. Each little bit of progress means that you are not only staying even but also building up your memory power.

3. Don’t worry. You can’t solve it all by yourself. The brain is not physically damaged by chronic stress. But, chronic or temporary stress can make it difficult to focus, observe, and recall. Temporary assistance from your doctor is available until you are able to manage unnecessary stress.

4. It is important to exercise at least twice daily. A 15-minute aerobic exercise can improve circulation throughout the body and brain. This is one of the best ways to prevent memory loss caused by aging. Exercise is like a short nap. It gives you a boost in alertness and relaxation.

5. You must establish a routine for a restful night’s sleep. A minimum of 7 hours should be your bedtime each night. This will improve both your short-term and long-term memory. According to a Harvard Medical School study, sleep quality affects brain’s ability recall recent information.

6. Change your eating habits. You don’t need to eat three meals a day. Instead, eat one big meal each day. Eat two to four small meals a day. Your mental function and memory will improve if you limit your blood sugar levels. Between eating and going to bed at night, allow at least an hour. Healthy eating habits contribute to a healthy brain. Antioxidants are found in many foods. Before using enhancement supplements such as Vitamin B-6, Vitamin B-6, Thiamine, or Vitamin E, consult your doctor.

7. Restoring or building a good memory takes time. Distractions can quickly make it difficult to remember where your keys are. Avoid complicated tasks and distractions when you’re trying to recall information. It can take some time for your memory to recover from a lockup.

8. Parts of things are not lost because you have poor memory. It is because your observation skills need to be improved. This is a great and enjoyable way to build your memory. Take a magazine with a lot of color and only look at the ad for the picture. Take 10 seconds to examine the image. Turn the magazine over. Grab a pen, a piece of paper and a pencil. Take a look at your watch for 30 seconds and then take a sheet of paper. Write down everything you remember. You can even include the colors. Take a short break and then try again. You will be amazed at how much you can remember over time. You will be able to remember twice as much in five seconds.

9. You can repeat the items that you need to learn and keep in mind over and over. Your brain will grow just like a child learning with flash cards. Keep a small notebook in your pocket or purse. Keep a list of items that you need to remember. It is important to practice reciting names, birthdays, or locations until you are no longer required.

10. No more junk drawers You can create a collection of files to keep important papers and bills. Unpaid bills can be placed in another file. Small drawer organizers are useful for organizing other items. You can label the drawers with keys, glasses, flashlights, emergency candles, and keys. Focus on each item and close your eyes. Once you have mastered this skill, congratulations and treat yourself with a reward. You are on the right track.

I was very sad to see my uncle succumb to Alzheimer’s disease, and the financial and emotional stress it caused my aunt and her family. This article has some suggestions that could have prevented it.

Although I do not know the answer, I believe that all insurance agents have a duty to share information that could help or improve the lives of seniors.