Do you want to know the most important factor in having a happy retirement? No, it’s not lots of money, although that helps. It’s actually maintaining one’s good health that determines the quality of their retirement, as 81% of surveyed retirees agreed. But ‘good’ is subjective, and in terms of health, and especially aging, that descriptor can begin to mean different things to different people. You are in luck though: there are some main points doctors and psychologists can agree lead to overall health and wellness in one’s golden years.
Don’t Let Chronic Illness Get You Down.
A debilitating illness is a fear shared by many as they age. We know our mobility and flexibility will gradually decrease as the years go by. But an illness is alarming. Dementia, Alzheimer’s,