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Secrets of Aging

7 Ways to Improve Your Quality of Life if You’re Over 65

NOTE: This article is from my Guest Author Jason Lewis. Enjoy! ***************************************************************** Author Cecelia Ahern said, “Age is just a number, not a state of mind or a reason for any type of particular behavior.” While there exists no magic pill for immortality or a long, happy life, there are steps you can take to improve your quality of life if you’re 65 … [Read More...]

Vision

If you’re looking for ways to improve your vision and not fall victim to the very common age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma and dry eye disease, there is hope. Elders are at risk for all the above listed eye conditions, and these could greatly impair your vision. Fortunately, these conditions are also preventable, at least to some degree. Here are some excellent ways to … [Read More...]

Mental Health

As you get older, you may find it increasingly difficult to have a positive outlook on life. There are certain stages of life that are difficult to endure, such as losing loved ones, coping with chronic medical conditions and having lower energy levels. Trying to live your life to the fullest may seem to be a daily struggle, especially with some of the major changes going on. Being happy and … [Read More...]

Immune System

Boosting your immune system isn’t just important during cold and flu season; it’s critical that you take the same precautions during the spring and summer months in order to prevent illness. Fortunately, there are many effective ways to enhance immunity and improve your well-being as a whole. As a senior, having a healthy immunity has never been more important as this will play a role in your … [Read More...]

High Blood Pressure

Having high blood pressure at any age is a concern, but as a senior, the condition can be more difficult to manage. Poor eating habits, an increase in stress and a lack of physical activity are all common culprits that lead to high blood pressure. What makes high blood pressure more worrisome is that there are no symptoms that go along with the condition, and by the time it has been discovered, … [Read More...]