Welcome to the August edition of Wisdom with Age, designed to educate and inspire.

Make Self-Care and Wellness a Priority for a Healthier You

August marks National Wellness Month. It's a time to focus on self-care, stress management and creating healthy routines, especially now, during the pandemic. 

Use this month to create some new, wholesome habits to look and feel better than ever, as even small changes can impact your health in very positive ways.

We hope this issue inspires you to find your way toward wellness, today and everyday!

How to Successfully Adopt a New Healthy Habit

Making healthy lifestyle changes affects not only our risk for disease and the way we feel today, but also our health and ability to function independently later in life. Making healthy lifestyle changes are easier said than done, yet with these simple tips, we believe you can do it!

Foods for Improving Brain Health

Because the brain is the foundation of supporting and keeping the body healthy, it is important to understand how the food we eat influences our brain and our body. Check out these foods known for their nutritional benefits to the brain.

The Importance of Good Sleep for Seniors

Sleep is a crucial part of a healthy lifestyle and makes sure you are ready to take on the day. However, more and more older adults struggle to get good quality sleep. Check out the do's and don'ts to ensure you are getting high-quality sleep.

Benefits Seniors Can Gain from Doing Yoga

Movement is important to keep us strong and able to complete our daily tasks. Simplified forms of yoga have been designed to do just that for older adults. Learn more about the many benefits from doing yoga and how it can keep you moving.

How Music Can Help the Elderly and Their Mental Health

Music touches us, inspires us, and sometimes heals us. This is particularly true for senior adults, who may be dealing with isolation, depression, pain, cognitive decline, or grief. Learn how music can help seniors through the challenges of growing older.

How Older Adults Can Reduce Depression and Anxiety

Though depression and anxiety are not the same thing, their symptoms often overlap and can work in conjunction to devastate lives, particularly the lives of seniors. Ensure you senior loved ones are getting the proper treatment to reduce the onset of depression and anxiety.