Feeling Tired? 3 Ways Seniors Can Boost Energy griswoldhomecare.com
‘..An easy explanation for the loss of energy would be to blame your age for this fatigue. While it is true that we won’t have the same energy as when we were 21, it is usually much more than this. It can be related to your diet, to your activity levels and of course, to your mood. If you want to have more energy, check out these three tips:..”
Feeling Tired? 13 Ways Seniors Can Boost Energy Levels Aging, Healthy Living | August 18, 2016 | Like | 1 Comment | commhealthcare.com
“..For most seniors, hitting the age of 65 doesn’t mean slowing down. As we age, though, it’s common for our energy levels to dip and many seniors find that, despite wanting to get out and enjoy their golden years, they simply don’t have the energy they once did. This can be a frustrating and discouraging experience.
Luckily, it doesn’t have to be a permanent one.
With a few simple tricks, seniors can boost their energy levels and jump back into life once more. Read on…”
17 Min Chair Exercises for Seniors & Beginners – HASfit Senior …
Video for elderly people with lots of energy tips stories
*see Health: Nutrition-Foods to Know About goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
Macronutrients | Learn About Carbohydrates, Proteins & Fats innerbody.com
“..One population that needs special attention is the elderly. Though the RDA for older adults remains the same as for younger adults, some research suggests their needs may be 1.2 grams/kg body weight in order to prevent the common muscle loss and osteoporosis that come along with aging. Though this doesn’t require the elderly to eat large servings of food, they frequently have poor appetites and dental problems that make chewing difficult. Helping them meet their nutritional needs may take a little creativity and perseverance…”
How to Boost Energy Naturally – The 5 Best Natural Energy Boosting Foods
*see Health: Various Mind Exercises goodnewshealthandfitness.wordpress.com
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Play brain games
You’ve heard the saying “use it or lose it,” and it’s just as true for your mind as for your body. When you keep your mind active, you put sluggishness and lethargy at bay. Luckily, it’s easy to do. Play brain-focused games like chess or scrabble or get a subscription to a brain training service like Lumosity to help keep your brain active and engaged. As an added benefit, playing brain games like this can also help prevent dementia and cognitive decline!..”
The Spice of Life: The Health Benefits of Turmeric for Women Over 60 sixtyandme.com
“.. “.How Does Turmeric Work?
Turmeric is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound. It has been used medicinally in Ayurveda (traditional Indian medicine) for centuries – primarily for arthritis and gastrointestinal problems…”
“..Can Turmeric Help with Memory?
A lot of excitement has been building up around the effects of turmeric on the memory. It appears that lowly curcumin can decrease the toxicity and prevent aggregation of beta amyloid plaque, the very same one that has been indicated as a marker of Alzheimer’s disease…..”
Healthy at 90 – Elderly Exercises & Health Tips
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Setting goals can be beneficial for many older adults.
Posted Mar 15, 2015 psychologytoday.com
People Who Have Energy!
People who have lived to 100 share their longevity secrets
By Lindsey Murray, Health.com Updated 10:01 PM ET, Tue September 1, 2015 cnn.com
“..Science says that your diet, how much you exercise and your genes all play a role in determining how long you’ll live. Those who have lived to blow out 100 candles, however, say they’ve used other strategies for achieving their old age. Here, longevity tips from 11 centenarians around the world — some legit, some hilarious and some downright bizarre. ..
Weaver also credited her lack of chronic health problems to not drinking or smoking and getting plenty of sleep. …
Instead she spent her life getting plenty of exercise, surrounding herself with nice people, and working hard starting at age 13. …
he stayed in tip-top shape with a lifetime of healthy eating and abstinence from alcohol. His diet included chicken and fish, and he spent his younger years swimming and participating in gymnastics….
73-Year-Old on the CrossFit Games Open: “I’m Doing It This Year!”
“Nancy Hoshaw survived a heart attack at 48 and breast cancer at 60. At 73, she’s entering the CrossFit Games Open, which kicked off Feb. 25. While some compete to be named Fittest on Earth, Hoshaw is competing with time and age—and she’s winning. After seeing decrepit women on a trip to Israel, Hoshaw decided a slow slide into a retirement home wasn’t for her. “My goal is to stay healthy and independent. I cherish my independence,” she says. Her coach at CrossFit Bay Area in Webster, Texas, is two-time CrossFit Games athlete Jordan Cook. Cook describes CrossFit as a lifestyle, noting how the community keeps people active and energized while they preserve and improve function. “The whole point of … functional fitness is not just to get better at fitness but to help us in our everyday life,” Cook explains. While Hoshaw was dead set against doing the Open last year, she’s all in for 2016. When Cook shared an Instagram video of Hoshaw preparing for the five-week competition about a month ago, she inspired people around the world and found more motivation herself. “I feel like I can encourage other people, but at the same time I’m encouraged myself,” she says. “It’s amazing the doors that you can open if you just … give it a try.” Video by Elliot and Lindsay Schrock. The CrossFit Journal — (http://journal.crossfit.com)..”
World’s fittest 96-year-old, Charles Eugster, shares diet and exercise tips Apr. 22, 2016 at 3:37 PM Scott Stump TODAY today.com
‘….”Retirement is one of the worst things that you can do to yourself,” Eugster told TODAY from his home in Zurich, Switzerland. …
“We must do everything in our power to see that older people are healthy and productive because if we don’t do that we are facing enormous problems between pension liabilities and our health costs,” he said. “We should have retraining facilities for older people. You are throwing away the skills and expertise of people at 65, and that is absolutely ridiculous…
…Eugster also stresses that you’re never too old to get in shape. He didn’t start doing any serious weight training until he was 87, and he didn’t start running until he turned 95. ..
He began working out three days a week in a gym with a former Mr. Universe to put on muscle and also lost 24 pounds before he turned 88. Eugster is currently working with a trainer to get his “beach body” ready for summer despite a hamstring pull at a race on April 13. …”
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