If you don’t take care of yourself, life can get rather difficult once you’ve gotten older. Bones and muscles become frail and doing certain physical activities may become more difficult if you’re not keeping up with your health correctly. Healthy aging is extremely important if you want to continue living a happy and full life over the years, and it’s as simple as watching what you eat and keeping yourself active both physically and mentally. One great way to learn more about healthy aging is by reading a book about one. Dozens of books have been written on the topic by various experts in the field, so read on if you want to know more.
Aging Wisely: Strategies for Baby Boomers and Seniors – Robert A. Levine, M.D.
Robert Levine is the former chief of neurology at Norwalk Hospital in Connecticut as well as a retired professor at Yale University and he holds a strong belief that we are responsible and that we need to be in control of our own lives. He took this passion and decided to write a book about how to age wisely both physically and mentally. Dr. Levine’s number one mantra is that positivity is the key to aging well and it’s up to us to take control of our bodies.
The Wonder of Aging: A New Approach To Embracing Life After 50 – Michael Gurian
In this book, you’ll learn about dividing your life after the age of 50 into three distinct acts; The Age of Transformation, The Age of Distinction and The Age of Completion. Learning about these three acts of the second half of your life will make it easier to fully embrace your and and your life overall now that you’re older, and can help you achieve the happy and healthy life you deserve in your later years. Author Michael Gurian is a best selling author of over 20 books as well as being a family therapist and corporate consultant among other things.
Healthy Aging – A Lifelong Guide To Your Well-Being – Andrew Weil M.D.
If you’re looking for a mixture of traditional and non-traditional medicine when it comes to aging healthy, check out Dr. Andrew Weil’s book Healthy Aging. Dr. Weil provides plenty of advice both from a traditional medical standpoint and a non-traditional one that can help use age and age properly. The book hones in on various subjects such as nutrition, properly exercising, dieting properly and much more in order to provide you with a good selection of overall healthy aging advice.