Looking after your health + wellbeing after 60

Volume 2

“Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.”
– Mark Twain

“Youth is the gift of nature, but age is a work of art.”
– Stanislaw Jerzy Lec


Exercising when you’re over 60 and staying healthy

Looking after your health and well-being is an essential part of living a long and fruitful life. The older we age, the easier it is to neglect our health and physical activities, causing a number of detrimental issues to your body, mind and lifestyle. Volume Two hopes to reinforce this through case studies, research and scientific support from industry experts, as well as uncover the myths behind exercise, alcohol and diet.

We hope to provide you with the right information and insights on health and well-being to inspire you to change your routine and lifestyle, or to further reinforce that you’re on the right path and why it’s important to continue your efforts.

Like with each volume, there are no action points or steps asked from these chapters, but to simply read in detail and take our insights on-board and use it for the greater good – ensuring your mind, body and soul are rewarded. The insights from volume two is the fuel to take you on your own journey, wherever that may be.

Each section provides insights and information from industry experts on each topic. To find out more on the topic, refer to our references section and numbered source below each relevant section.



2.1 | Exercising when you’re 60 years of age and older

  • What are the benefits of being active daily?
  • Staying fit through exercise. But remember to enjoy yourself!
  • Setting goals and logging achievements
  • Set a schedule first so you don’t find excuses
  • OK, so you have a schedule and have set goals. How much should you push yourself?
  • Finding your correct training range for endurance exercises
  • Examples of physical activity that meet the guidelines
  • Infographic: Physical activity benefits for adults and older adults
  • Laughter Regulates Genes
  • How to improve your endurance
  • Counting your steps
  • Water, water, water!
  • Ways to measure your effort
  • Word of caution if you’ve been inactive for some time
  • 12 Myths About Exercise and Older Adults
  • Case Studies
    • Case Study: Different kinds of physical activity shown to improve brain volume, cut Alzheimer’s risk in half
    • Case Study: Exercise curbs your hunger, study shows

2.2 | Staying healthy

  • Why you should want to stay healthy
  • Health benefits from eating well
  • Quick tips
  • New studies give more proof organic foods are far superior for health and wellness
  • Handy tip for eating out
  • Dietary supplements and are they safe?
  • Case Studies
    • Case Study: Healthy lifestyle advice provides long-term benefits
    • Case Study: Various research results showing greater benefits in organic foods
  • Smoking
    • Smoking, and why you need to quit
    • Why does smoking causes a rise in blood pressure?
    • How does smoking relate to risk of a heart attack and atherosclerosis?
    • Still not convinced? Here are some more reasons to quit smoking
    • The benefits of quitting smoking – Timeline
    • Infographics on smoking
  • Alcohol and health
    • The BAD
      • 12 conditions linked to chronic heavy drinking
    • The GOOD
      • Health benefits as a moderate drinker
      • 7 health benefits Of drinking alcohol

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