Quit smoking. Keep active. Eat well. Maintain a healthy weight. Prevent falls. Stay up-to-date on immunizations and other health screenings. Prevent skin cancer. Get regular dental, vision and hearing checkups.
Cycling. Volleyball. Walking. Water aerobics. Doubles Tennis. Alternatively, you should aim for 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity (singles tennis or running) and strength exercises on two or more days a week that work the major muscles in your body.Older adults eat on average 4.6 servings of fruit and vegetables daily; 41% in this age […]
This simple home exercise is the best for mobility and independence The ability to stand up from a chair makes a huge difference in everyday life for seniors. It helps with essential activities like getting up from the toilet, out of bed, and out of a chair. That’s why the sit to stand exercise is […]