If there is one thing I’ve noticed as I’ve gotten older it’s the inability to remember even the most simple of things. Sometimes it can be downright frustrating. But here’s a little blurb written by Arden Moore in Success Magazine that I thought you might find interesting. “Our brains can start to power down in our early 40's. That is, the complex mental processes we rely on to be our sharpest selves professionally could dull overtime. Blame these acuity robbing culprits: bei
Markus H. Schafer and co-author Tetyana P. Shippee, a Purdue graduate who is a research associate at Purdue's Center on Aging and the Life Course, compared people's chronological age and their subjective age to determine which one has a greater influence on cognitive abilities during older adulthood. Nearly 500 people ages 55 to 74 were surveyed about aging in 1995 and 2005 as part of the National Survey of Midlife Development in the U.S. What they found was that midlife peop
You eat the right foods, drink the right drinks, and exercise regularly. In other words, you’re strong and healthy. There is only one hole in your overall good health. You’re as flexible as a piece of plywood. But there’s good news! You don’t have to stay inflexible your entire life. With the right steps, you can improve your flexibility, which will make life that much better.
And here are the four top ways you can get started on building a more flexible you: