The experience of ageing is closely linked to physical changes seen in the body. It is important to acknowledge and reconcile with the changes as they come, in order to maintain good mental health and build a capacity for joy during this phase.
There is no exclusive age or limited time period for intimacy. And while this may be a difficult topic for many to discuss, healthy sexual intimacy plays an important part in overall emotional and physical wellbeing, as you age.
Winter is the season many of us look forward to eagerly each year. Winter can be really painful for the elderly though. Infections and illnesses can set in and flourish without being noticed. Use our tips to ensure winter becomes a season for joy and not worry for all the senior friends you know.
There isn't enough conversation about taking care of our mind as we age. But the brain is an organ too and needs nourishment, exercise and care much like the rest of the body. Thankfully, we have some conclusive ways to ensure that senior citizens can retain their memory and keep their mental faculties sharp and agile for as long as possible.
It is crucial to incorporate some physical activity into your daily life because it not only has immeasurable health benefits, but also boosts your health with studies saying failing to do so can cause ill-health. Here's a handy guide on how to make exercise a part of your daily life.
According to the WHO, seniors who are generally fit and have no major health conditions should get at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity throughout the week. Here, we tell you why and what exercises you must include in your care regimen and how to make the most of it.
It can be hectic to be a part festive celebrations as a senior citizen. And yet your enthusiasm to be a part of the festivities are high. So here’s how you can maintain balance and moderation during the festival so you can enjoy yourself while also taking care to be gentle on your system.
Fatigue and tiredness are not necessarily consequences of ageing. They could be pointing to underlying ailments that need care. Use our tips to understand the common reasons for fatigue and how to help seniors overcome tiredness.
Food is not just fuel for the body but also the vehicle that carries essential nutrients, vitamins, anti-oxidants, enzymes and various other elements that power our bodies. With a little adjustment to regular diet, some healthy additions and some mindful omissions, you can use food to keep looking and feeling young.