In the U.S., there are roughly 74 million baby boomers. Staying fit and active is an essential part of maintaining good health, but it looks different then when you were in your twenty’s or thirty’s.
Anxiety – you never know when it will creep up, wrap you in its arms, and refuse to let go. Physiologically, younger people have the ability to process and heal from a stressful situation, and can more appropriately work through reducing anxiety. On the other hand, older people have a higher risk of experiencing troublesome anxiety and it becomes disruptive to their everyday lives.
The longer you live the more money you will have to spend, or conversely, the more money you should start saving now to prepare for living into your 100s. Modern medicine and the fact that many diseases and illnesses are able to be caught and even corrected early means that many of us are living longer, and in many cases, healthier lives.
The cliche of “use it or lose it” holds true when it comes to both your body and your mind. That is even more crucial in the elderly. If they keep their minds and bodies active and healthy they will age more gracefully and will be more engaged in life’s activities for much longer. An active mind and body will help them to live a more full life.
It has often been said that when it comes to the quality of your life, your health is your greatest wealth. Do you know how healthy you are? It is never too early (or too late) to assess your overall wellness and take the proper preventative measures to prepare your body for the upcoming decades of your life. The following series will help clue you into the health screenings you should be undergoing at every age, regardless of whether you are a caregiver, a care recipient, or the loved one of either.
Spring is here, the flowers are beginning to show themselves, trees are budding, and the grass is getting greener. Along with all of the nice things you love about Spring, it also produces some powerful storms. LifeFone believes in keeping you safe in and away from your home and we want to ensure that your medical go-bag is ready.
Are you aware of how your ‘daily clock’ i.e., the things you do every day, at certain times of the day, are affected by your body clock, or that you could plan your day more effectively when you listen to your body clock. At LifeFone, we have some secrets that can help you take advantage of your own body’s clock.
Having good friends can have a major impact on your health and well-being. At LifeFone, we believe friendships have a positive impact on your overall well-being. We have five ways that good friends are good for you and your health. Friends can help you celebrate good times and provide support during bad times. Friends prevent loneliness and give you a chance to offer needed companionship, too.