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Getting older is a fact of life but it can be a daunting prospect for some people so it’s difficult for them to accept its progression. As the years advance, our bodies begin to ache a little bit more and we can begin to really feel our age. For someone who is fit, healthy and active, this can be a little upsetting.  Things that they normally would have been able to do swiftly now take time to do and people feel like they are beginning to slow down.

Being happy and content in one’s own self is important and is becoming ever popular as we move into our twilight years. Staying fit and healthy and having a focus in life can help this.  Keeping the mind busy and alert will assist things for the future too. In today’s modern world, mindfulness is a major buzzword, but do people really understand it and do they really know how best to do implement it in order to help themselves? It can be really difficult to switch off and utilize mindfulness with so many devices on and living in such a connected world.

The guys at Be Independent HomeCare have put together this infographic below that covers the vast area of mindfulness and older people. It breaks things down with expert advice and opinion on the matter, outlines the benefits of practicing mindfulness as you progress into senior years, details how to add mindfulness into your daily life and lots more. Check out the full graphic below for all the details!

I hope you enjoyed this great infographic and guest post and would love to hear your feedback! While this is directly focused on older adults and aging, these great tips can be applied at any age!

Wishing you a mindful and successful week ahead,

Ricci-Lee Hotz, MS, RDN

Denver’s Dancing Dietitian

A Taste of Health, LLC

“Improving Quality of life one bite at a time”

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