Many older adults worry about their memory and other thinking abilities. For example, they might be concerned about taking longer than before to learn new things, or they may sometimes forget to pay a bill. These changes are usually signs of mild forgetfulness — often a normal part of aging — not serious memory problems.
Numerous changes can happen to our bodies as we age. These changes are not always indicative of health conditions, but they can be distressing. Although the aging process cannot be stopped, being aware of these changes and making more healthy lifestyle choices will reduce their impact on our health and well-being.
241119 Health and fitness exercise guidelines by Danny M. O'Dell MA., CSCS Often times an activity requires specific equipment be available in order to participate. Advanced fitness and strength training methods fall into this category. However, a beginner with the desire and motivation to get moving will do well without any specialized gear. Just the … Continue reading 241119 Health and fitness exercise guidelines by Danny M. O’Dell MA., CSCS
061019 The Effects of Aging We tend to think our bodies deteriorate due to the aging process but the truth of the matter is being sedentary most of the time is the major culprit. In addition to being sedentary, there are physiological reasons that our bodies deteriorate, as we grow older. According to the current … Continue reading 061019 The Effects of Aging