It has been established, at least by credible research and sources, that quite a low percentage of adults above age 75 are active physically. Even though it is so important to eat well and exercise at any age, when it comes to the senior citizens, these happen to be all too important.
By and large, the advanced years of your life can be some of the most fulfilling and enjoyable ones but this calls for you to ensure that you have given as much attention to your health for you to be able to enjoy them to the fullest. Talking of health, this is a whole that is composed of the following facets; the body, the mind the emotional side and as a matter of fact for the need to enjoy optimal health, you need to ensure that all these are well tended to and as such in this post, we will be taking a look at some of the tips to help you strengthen body, fuel the mind and as well restore your emotional wellbeing. Read on to learn more.
One of the things that you should ensure that you have done as you seek to achieve this is to stay as active always. Oftentimes when it comes to staying active, one thing that readily comes to mind is the need to work out at the gym or hit the treadmill but this doesn’t have to be the case if in any case you don’t quite feel comfortable hitting out there. There are lots of options when it comes to this and some of these would be such as swimming, dancing, walking and even some of the light chair activities that would help you stay active of at all you happen to be having such limited mobility.
If you are looking for some bit of inspiration in this regard to help you get started, you can check out this story from the Senior Veterans Care Network.
You may not be so much interested in such activities as running and for these, there still is no need to despair in your options when it comes to the need to stay active physically and improve your overall wellness and health, some of which are such as ballroom dancing which has been proved to be so effective in helping alleviate the symptoms of depression in a number admitted and seeking treatments at nursing homes. It just may be time for you to get your dancing shoes back on.