This book includes strategies to optimize self-esteem as well as health. Covers topics such as nutrition, education, mind stimulation, sexuality, and social activities, as well as common diseases in older people and how those disorders change self-perception.
This book explains how people can embark on a healthy lifestyle that will enable them to feel young, both mentally and physically. Advice on choosing the right physician, starting an exercise program, meditation, vitamins and herbs, and replacing negative thinking.
Much more than a pep talk about maintaining a youthful attitude in our Second Prime. Hansen and Linkletter motivate us to find greater purpose and passion in what we do, making the rest of our lives the best ever.
Journeywell provides a framework and an experience for examining the depth and mystery of your journey. It asks questions, has exercises, quotes, stories, and information. What have been some of the choice moments? What are you proud of? Who were the powerful people in your life?
Experiences told through first-person stories. Lustbader discovered that rather than experiencing a decline from youth, aging people were happier, more courageous, and more interested in being true to their inner selves than were young people.
The Aging Syndrome, the core idea in this book, explains the aging process by using three pillars: intrinsic aging, the aging process that no one understands; disuse, both physical and mental; and chronic disease processes, which begin in childhood or sometimes in the womb.
They can be seen in communities throughout the country - - those amazingly hale, hearty, and happy older folks who are having fun, have a million friends, are sharp as tacks, and look like they'll live forever. Their secret revealed is an active lifestyle that blends moving, thinking, socializing and creating.
Freed from any of the inhibitions that even she may once have had, Diana Athill reflects candidly, and sometimes with great humor, on the condition of being old. Athill presents a lively narrative of the people and experiences that have taught her to regret very little, to resist despondency, and to question the beliefs and customs of her generation.
Chronicles the final years of Lars and Rachel's lives, their relationship with one another and with their daughter, and how they cope with the emotional fragility of the most taxing time in their lives.
A workout routine specifically for seniors, performed at a slow, relaxing pace. The chair exercises will increase flexibility, provide a renewed sense of balance and well-being, develop strength, and enhance the ability to function for seniors.
Offers strategies for increasing longevity, discussing exercise and stress management while outlining an action plan for maintaining health functionality, avoiding chronic illness, and meeting body system requirements.
A collection of recipes developed by a leading wellness authority. Recipes include foods that help combat and prevent diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, arthritis, and other conditions that affect older Americans.
Drawn from the latest research, this fascinating book offers new insight about how the brain ages; provides strategies for promoting brain health; reveals how aging people can still achieve new levels of intelligence and learn new skills and more.
Addresses concerns from the perspective of women, such as investing, divorce, caregiving, and staying physically, emotionally, and spiritually healthy. Advice from attorneys, financial planners, and CPAs.