Get Active Now!

Get active. Participate in activities you enjoy more than just fun and games. Exercise and be physically active. Activities help support healthy aging. As we get older, You should add a volunteer or social activity to your routine. Engage in an art class, volunteer in your community or place of worship. It helps maintain your well being, Hobbies and social pursuits lower your risk of developing health problems including dementia. Create a avenue to have a longer lifespan by playing games, social activities that are meaningful, productive such as a unpaid job, or gardening or working with children. More happy, less depressed, and healthy. It will improve your cognitive and physical health overall as a long term benefit.

Get out and about. Learn something new. Become more active in your community. Be physically active, possibly yard work, exercise or take a class learning something you are interested in. Find the right balance. Everyone has different limits to the amount of time you can spend on social or other activities.

Remember participating in activities you enjoy should be fun, NOT STRESSFUL!!!

GET ACTIVE NOW!!!

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Hello Im Zena, this is Zenagallery. I love Inspiring others to Healthy Living. That's true care for me. My purpose is to share my Zenagallery with others, mostly about life thoughts, beliefs, struggles, encouragement, inspirations, Godly words, health & wellness of the Mind, Soul & Body, fashion, Foods, Home, interior Design, Art & all interesting things Life has to offer us. Feel free to contact me about anything on Zenagallery. I want toThank you for the Love & Support. Sincerely Zena.

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