Misc Tip Seniors who are optimistic about getting older are more likely to stay spry as they age. Focus on your abilities, not your limitations.
If your golden years feel more like rusty ones, make this the year to turn around your thinking. Getting hung up on your limitations can keep you from staying healthy. Seniors with a positive attitude about getting older are much more likely to bounce back from illness than those who regard aging negatively. If you think of yourself as weak or frail you’re much less likely to engage in behaviors that might improve your health, such as eating well, exercising and staying active in your community. You’re also more likely to feel stress and generalized negativity — neither of which is good for your health. If you’re striving to be healthier or happier in the New Year, revel in all of the things you and your friends can do, instead of dwelling on the things you can’t do.
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