“Yes”, say the experts. “Exercise does help your brain – AT ANY AGE.” Exercise keeps the supply of blood and oxygen flowing to the brain for cell regeneration.
Joints are vital to keep us mobile. Work to care for them to get the best out of them for as long as possible. Johns Hopkins University has this advice.
Although there is no cure for arthritis, there are many ways to help manage the symptoms. Arthritis New Zealand works to help people learn self management techniques to ease the pain and stiffness and reduce the likelihood of it progressing.
Is 60 the new middle age? What we think of as old age has changed over time. Dr Sergei Scherhov, world population study director at the Austrian International Institute explains