What Can You Do in Your 60s?

What Can You Do in Your 60s

Staying physically, socially, and mentally active is essential as we age. Although you may be getting used to the idea that you are not as mobile as before, staying active can keep you healthy and in a better mood.

Here are some activities that you can engage in in your 60s:

  • Exercise: Physical activity is essential in maintaining good health and staying in shape. If you are healthy and athletic, consider joining a senior fitness center and engaging in sports activities. Even if your mobility is limited, you could still practice various exercises adjusted to your condition, such as seated exercises or yoga. Also, sports activities and regular physical activity can be an excellent opportunity to get some fresh air, socialize, and make friends.
  • Mindfulness: Science has proven meditation benefits many times so far. Regular mindfulness exercise can improve your mood, help overcome negative thoughts, and increase resilience. It can also reduce stress levels and help you recognize stress-related physical symptoms such as aches and pains, insomnia, fatigue, and similar.

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Naseem Ashfaq.June 8, 2022 at 1:28 amReply

At 60. You can find things you enjoy to do. To keep you active and Moritvated. 60 is just a number. We are never to old to try some time New. As long as we keep in mind that were never to old to do something new.

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