For each individual, there are different ways to enrich brain function. Reading helps to recap and remember while allowing learning new things. Work the brain muscles with analyzing, reasoning and mathematical thinking by building puzzles or playing card games. New challenges and learning new skills never gets old. Learning new skills and enjoying hobbies increases brain chemicals that stimulate growth and anti-aging. By continuing educational opportunities, the brain keeps up, and the body will follow.
It is never too early to prevent premature aging, and it is never too late to start the fight in anti-aging.
The market gap for technology to improve the lifestyles of our seniors is so big, and advancements are being made to fill the hole every year. NGO’s are getting on board to help seniors have complete access to new technology and providing assistance in learning all there is to know in how to use the technology to their advancement.
Prepare for a world where cars drive themselves and recognize unsafe driving conditions, street signs that talk, homes that wake you up and bring your medication to you and robots as carers – for the most graceful, technical savvy aging generation of all time.
As we age, and certain areas in our bodies start to deteriorate, we become more dependent on the outside world and friends and family for a helping hand. Service dogs, hands down, the best friend one could ever need. Service dogs help lead the blind, provide comfort for those suffering from seizures, and finally, last but not least, they’re helping out a tremendous amount of people diagnosed with diabetes.