The Happiness Equation: How to be happy in old age!
Active social life – whether this is going to a museum or a movie, or taking a walk, social activity reduces isolation and loneliness which is very destructive for older people.
Who you live with – connecting with younger generations, being socially engaged and having good cognitive skills are determining factors in wellbeing in later life. Social interaction is ranked more important than health and money.
Physical activity – keeping active is a big contributor in boosting wellbeing.
Positive attitude – being up for trying new things and having a positive view on engaging in life are important for mental health.
Be protected – a device such as Around the Clock Medical Alarms is not only life saving, but also peace of mind for you and your loved ones.