There’s no way getting around it. Alzheimer’s Disease is an illness that debilitates the person that has it, but there is hope. A healthy diet and exercise can help prevent Alzheimer’s Disease. Also, crosswords are the only word puzzle that have been proven to help to prevent it.
Growing old can be stressful. Yes I know that sounds like an understatement. But it also doesn’t mean you can’t do something about it. Just a few commonsense suggestions can go along way toward ratcheting down your stress index to a more manageable level.
Stress can be a killer. Almost all of us have been told that it’s a great idea to reduce the amount of stress in our lives, but that’s easier said than done most of the time. There are various products on the market that are said to help with reducing stress. Some work, others, not so much. Used in various cultures for over a thousand years, Valerian Root falls into the first category. Due to the relaxing effect it has on the nervous system, my research shows that Valerian Root is most often used for treating insomnia and stress related sleeplessness.
What 70 Plus Years Have Taught Me About Health and Fitness takes us far away from the ‘good old days’ when older people were advised to have a much more sedentary lifestyle. Gone are the days when we were told to just sit back and relax, while basically avoiding exercise as if it were stress. Of course, now we know that this is a mistake and that regular exercise and keeping healthy is a great way to reduce stress.
Your attitude towards life has a huge role in protecting and maintaining your health. Studies have shown that positive thoughts and attitude can not only strengthen your immune system but also decrease pain and chronic disease providing stress relief. Apart from that, it also Reduces Heart Disease Risk and Influences Gene Expression.
Being optimistic and positive is very necessary, especially at age over 60. You can’t let yourself be overly distressed and stressed about worldly things. You should love yourself and who you are what you have become in your life and what you have accomplished.