Retirement is a process of transitioning to a new life — “the Good Life.” It is a time to savor life and participate in as many activities and events as you can. Although the risk of disease and disability clearly increases with advancing age, poor health is not an inevitable consequence of aging.
The keys to maintaining your health in your senior years is based on keeping a healthy lifestyle, which includes the following: regular physical activity, healthy eating, avoiding tobacco use, early detection practices such as screening for breast, cervical, and colorectal cancers, diabetes and its complications, Alzheimers'/dementia and depression.
In most cases, there are many tips that can help you maintain better health. We will continue to add many of these tips on our website. Remember you do have a choice, take these tips to heart and decide now how you want to participate in life and all it has to offer you!