The oldest Life Time member in North America shares the insights she’s garnered about longevity.
Our brains age just like the rest of our bodies, and just like it’s important to care for our bodies so we can move functionally well for as long as possible, it’s also essential to do everything we can to maintain and support healthy brain function as the years pass by. With the current absence of effective treatment options for most neurological diseases, prevention really is the best treatment for them, and it’s never too early — or too late — to start. Edward Park, PhD, explains what to know about normal and abnormal brain aging, as well as the lifestyle strategies we have control over to support our brain health and help reduce the risk of decline and disease.
The importance of exercising our brains as we age and advice for easy ways to strengthen cognitive functioning.
A recent study shows that adults aged 55 and older are craving more social activity and satisfying relationships — which helps them adopt healthier habits.
Tips from an ARORA-certified trainer on maintaining strength, mobility, and endurance to make your long-term travel goals a reality.