Aging can also be accompanied by increased anxiety. Anxiety is common among older adults, and it affects as many as 10-20% of the older population. But just what has older adults anxious?
Take Charge of Your Health and Well-Being
Growing older chronologically can be an energizing and satisfying time of exploration, growth, and reduced stress. You learn to focus on what’s really important to you (as well as what you won’t let bother you anymore) and become more grateful for the life you’ve had and the people you love.
Our bodies are designed for movement, and when we don’t go along with the plan, there is a price to be paid. Here are a just few examples of the potential outcomes of too little movement and too much sitting.
No one says it will be easy. Managing an addiction never is. In fact, for most everyone, it will be quite difficult. After all, you started smoking and continue to do so for a reason, right?
Having a chronic condition, being in constant pain, or even feeling healthy but wondering when the illness will surface again, can cause emotional, physical, social, and even financial stress. Eventually, chronic disease can lead to depression. These are 8 coping strategies to help depression when you have a chronic disease.