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3 Tips for Staying Young As You Age

staying young as you age

Staying young is a goal that many of us hope to achieve. Its significance can represent different things to different people. Nonetheless, for a considerable number of folks, staying young as you age means facing life with a discernible degree of excitement. When we do this, we can begin each day with an optimistic attitude, confront connections with positivity and confidence, and accept during times of adversity that it’s alright to make mistakes.

Staying young means realizing we are not perfect. By taking certain measures to help keep our bodies, minds, and spirits well, we can all take the next step towards maintaining a healthy lifestyle and improving our quality of life. The following three tips will give you some ideas for staying young as you age, and allow you to embrace and enjoy all of life’s possibilities.

Tips for Staying Young As You Age:


Laughing might seem like such a simple thing to do, but did you know it can actually help to keep you youthful? Experts suggest that laughing diminishes stress hormones, exercises your face, works out your stomach and back muscles, helps your respiratory system, increases blood flow, and even lowers blood pressure. Moreover, laughter lightens communal settings and reinforces relationships.


People are social creatures by nature. When certain persons living alone are largely removed from other people, they sometimes condition their minds to believe they can go it alone. Studies indicate that individuals who socialize realize better health, enjoy enhanced mental clarity, have brighter dispositions, and possess stronger cognitive skills.

The Briarwood Community understands the human need for interaction, and that is why we have so many social opportunities available to our residents. Our dedication to helping our residents maintain a healthy lifestyle is evident in everything that we do, including the meals that we prepare. We welcome anyone who is interested to meet our friendly staff over a complimentary meal in one of our dining rooms.

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Curious to learn about ways to better connect with others, especially if you or a loved one are feeling isolated? Join a choral group, take a music or art class, volunteer at a hospital or homeless shelter, partake in a book club, stop to chat with neighbors, show up at a block party, invite relatives or friends over to your home for dinner, play golf, and participate in a favorite card game.

Do Yoga

Yoga can be gentle, intensive, and everything in between. Naturally, you will first want to receive approval from your doctor before you begin an exercise program. Still, if your doctor says it’s fine, then this type of movement can elevate your senses and tone your body all at the same time!

Some anti-aging yoga poses to consider? Plank pose (helps improve core strength), warrior pose (helps tone arm and leg muscles), tree pose (helps improve balance), sphinx pose (helps strengthen back and stomach muscles), and downward dog pose (helps improve flexibility and circulation). Professional instruction concerning correctly performing the assorted poses is central to realizing yoga’s benefits and warding off injury.

Staying young does not mean striving to look 35 for the rest of our lives. Staying young means desiring the best for our overall well-being and taking decisive measures to achieve the objective. Clearly, when we feel good about ourselves, goodness tends to radiate from our core.

The below Goodreads quote has repeatedly been credited to Audrey Hepburn, although some sources question whether she really wrote the passage or simply liked it. Whatever the situation, the words transcend gender and time and can be a lesson to us all:

“The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman is seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides. True beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. It’s the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she shows and the beauty of a woman only grows with passing years.”

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