A good sleep after reaching 60s is quite a big challenge and that too with this constant gloom cloud of stress and problems hovering above our heads. But a healthy sleep is extremely important for our body and there are various ways you can bring back that lost stress-less sleep in your life.
Ever heard of a sleep diary? It is a highly effective way of fighting your troubling insomnia.
Speaking of comfort food, the earliest known usage of term “comfort food” was traced back to 1966 when the Palm Beach Post (a major American daily newspaper which serves Palm Beach County in South Florida and the area of Treasure Coast) used it in a story: “Adults, when under severe emotional stress, turn to what could be called ‘comfort food’—food associated with the security of childhood, like mother’s poached egg or famous chicken soup.”
Flexibility plays a vital role in body health and is essential for seniors. Through flexibility exercises, the stiffness from your joints can be reduced and it will have a positive impact n the blood circulations as well. Yoga straps are a good option to practice this kind of exercise. You will start by bending forward and looping the band under the feet, grabbing both sides of the band. You will not need to reach for your toes in this exerci
L-citrulline gets it name from the Latin word for watermelon, the fruit from which it was first isolated in 1914. This important amino acid is synthesized in the body by two other amino acids, arginine and ornithine. It is known to improve cardiovascular health by relaxing the arteries and blood vessels, allowing them to work better and thus improving blood flow throughout the body.
The first wave of baby boomers that retired seven years ago, made quite an impact on the U.S. economy. There are 77 million baby boomers or nearly one-quarter of the total population that are near retirement. Over the coming decade, the eventual retirement of this demographic group will slow labor force growth significantly.