While memory does diminish with age and some seniors endure severe cognitive impairment, not all seniors become forgetful.
Seniors are often thought to be unable to drive. However, many elders drive well into their golden years, and just one in seven cannot drive.
According to a 2009 study by the Pew Research Center, 60% of people felt younger the more they aged. Basically, age really is nothing but a number.
Many seniors break harmful habits like smoking and poor eating, despite what many think. These adjustments can improve lifestyle.
As they age, people may have trouble sleeping and staying asleep. That doesn't mean they sleep less.They require 7-9 hours of sleep.
Seniors are often thought to be unhappy. Numerous studies demonstrate that happiness rises after 50.
Despite bone density concerns or chronic conditions, seniors can stay healthy and fit with good diets and weight-bearing activity.
Fortunately, many seniors are incredibly invested in learning new hobbies, meeting new people, and taking up new pastimes.