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5 Tips for Improving Wellness as We Age

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The mental and physical challenges of age sometimes prevent us from experiencing vital health well into our senior years. Here are five quick tips you can use to improve wellness as you age, so you can enjoy life to the full.

1. Retain Mobility

Experts agree that one key to longevity and wellness is to be mobile and active as much as possible. Don’t worry. You don’t have to start ziplining over the Amazon rainforest, but you should think about the exercise you do on a daily basis. For seniors, small, consistent exercise is better than short bursts of expended energy. Some premium examples of appropriate physical activity for seniors include:

  • Walking
  • Swimming
  • Table tennis
  • Billiards
  • Golf

If you, like many others, have difficulty walking, consider using a cane to assist you. Canes can provide stability and security when you just need a little helping hand to get you where you want to go. Canes should be seen as a help, not a hindrance. But not all canes are built equal, so do your homework when you shop.

2. Use Your Noggin

Have you noticed everyone talking about brain games and neuroplasticity? The reason is that studies have shown that the adage is true: “use it or lose it.” To keep your mental acuity, exercise your brain. Make a point of using your cognitive skills to solve problems, think creatively, and imagine.

3. Change It Up

As our brain becomes familiar with tasks, it goes on autopilot. To keep things fresh and interesting, it’s important to change things up a little. Don’t get too comfortable with keeping things the way they are. Change things around to keep your environment fresh and your brain working.

4. Feed Your Social Life

One of the fastest (and worse) ways of aging is to isolate ourselves. Don’t allow yourself to be alone for so long that you forget how to socialize . Of course, it requires more of an effort as we age to keep in touch with friends. But it’s important to do so. You’ll be happier in the long run, and you just might make someone else happy, too.

5. Eat

Though your appetite might be declining, your body’s need for nutrients isn’t. Make sure you eat healthful, nutrient-dense foods that nourish your brain and body. If you need help with meal preparation, seek assistance and advice from a trusted friend or caregiver. Starving yourself, or trying to subsist on a diet of coffee cake and ginger snaps, is counterproductive. Eat the way you know you should.

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