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Dr. Charles Moss is the author of Power of the Five Elements: The Chinese Medicine Path to Healthy Aging and Stress Resistance and The Adaptation Diet: A Three-Step Approach to Control Cortisol, Lose Weight, and Prevent Chronic Disease.
Romance plays an important role in a maintaining a happy marriage, and just because a couple is aging doesn't mean their intimacy should slowly die. Your love life can be just as vibrant as when you were young, if you put the right things in your body to keep you healthy and rejuvenated. The aging process is part of life, but it doesn't have to happen as rapidly as it often does because of our lack of excercise andpoor eating habits over the years. Just like our cars, with good maintenance and upkeep, our bodies can look and operate like new for a long time. Aging doesn't have to mean obesity, stiffness, and pain which creates the discomfort that can kill a romantic mood. Chiropractic specialist Dr. Solomon Liburd shares insight on healthy natural foods that can improve your sexual function and help you keep the romance in your relationship so you can enjoy your senior years with your loved one!
Staying connected with joy, happiness and love as we grow older is a daunting task. A Happiness Index radio program invite you to be happy, be joyjful and enjoy love as we aging. Aging does not rob us of our joy. Aging supports us in being joyful. Today we will enjoy a deep and moving conversation with Dr. Tomas Pinkson, known to me and mnay others as Brother Tomas. Brother Tomas is an author, healer and community leader. For many years he was a corner stone of the Center for Attitudinal Healing founded by Dr. Jerry Jampolsky in Tiburon California. He is one of the founders of the Wakan, located in Marin, County. The Wakan is an intimate community of individuals who supports each member's healing and growth through deepening a connection with all our relations. His book, "The Shamanic Wisdom of the Huichol: Medicine Teachings for Modern Times" tells the story. Tune in and turn on to A Happiness Index to unlock your joy and be happy.
What if we could change the experience -- and perhaps the progression -- of Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia by redesigning the environment? What if a bridge literally existed between design and perception? According to Steve Orfield, it's possible, given a growing body of research suggesting that aging and decline are two separate processes. He founded Orfield Laboratories (OL) over 40 years ago, and has since turned his interest in perception and measurement towards developing multi-disciplinary subjective-objective architectural and product research lab. He recently shared his philosophy about "User Experience" at the Innovations Summit with the Florida Council on Aging among others, he's authored numerous research projects, designed the "quietest room on earth" and created the nation's first research based design architectual collaboration (with firms across the U.S. and Canda).
Steve's passion for developing new "perceptually clear and comfortable" standards for seniors was born in caregiving for his elderly father as a nursing home resident. For the same total cost of such "typical" environments, Orfield Laboratories is providing the highest level of comfort and preference, while building on precise measurement and evaluation. "You actually have to test the older population and have them repeat what they have seen or heard, because elderly persons are far less inclined to complain or to highlight their age-related disabilities," he says.
Steve Orfield shares the hopeful ways objective architecture is working to mediate, reduce, and reverse some aging-related decline.
Our bodies are a temple where our souls reside. Keeping our bodies healthy helps our spirits, but keeping a healthy soul is essencial to a healthy life. Negativity attracts negativity, while a possitive attitude will definetely help you lead a better, happier life. On this show we will talk about getting rid of all the physical and meltal trash we tend to accumulate. We will also share a couple of easy, healthy recipes to help keep our body healthy so it is a worthy vessel to our soul. Get ready to call with your questions, comments, and suggestions.
Joyce and Aaron interview Linda Stoler on her well-researched book, "Transforming Your Aging Brain." She'll also be joined by her husband (and collaborator) Will Stoler as he shares his insights as well from his perspective as an architect, builder, and cabinetmaker. She'll be giving us valuable insight on new findings on your brain and how you can slow the aging process!
Joyce Joneschiet (Jonah-shite) Principal interior designer of Encore Living Interiors and Publisher of Encore Life Magazine hosts Encore Living Radio with her co-host Aaron D. Murphy, a licensed Architect, President of ADM Architecture and Managing Editor of EmpoweringTheMatureMind.com.
Why do some women get more vibrant with time? Is it ATTITUDE...YES, and it's not debatable! TO AGE IS HUMAN, TO NOT SHOW IT IS DIVINE!
SURVEY says...America Devalues AGE more than any other country in the World!
SURVEY says...Nearly 90% of you think the U.S. places too much emphasis on AGE.
Ze Formula for AGING GRACEFULLY...BELIEVE in yourself...let go of regrets...dress your age. Don't compare yourself to the way you looked 20 years ago.
YOUTH is really a state of...etc.
Looking and Felling good, not giving a ...etc.
Make love, it's the fountain of...etc.
THE MEASURE OF LIFE...we can control the length of our life, but we can control the quality, depth and width.
Age 30...Twinkling & Thriving...ze form is changing.
Age 40...Flashy & Flirting...mid-age crisis for men and women.
Age 50...Hey, you're a survivor but are you 50 and fabulous or 50 and feeble. At this age most worry less about what people think.
Age 60...Sexy & Sizzling.
Age 70...Simply Sensational.
Age 80...Endearing & Enchanting.
Age 90...an icon who got and gets it right.
Diverse views on aging...etc.
Never lie about your age...etc.
Embrace the GOLD standard...etc.
The consumer marketplace has been overwhelmingly youth-obsessed for decades, but this is about to change dramatically – and in ways that will spotlight a traditionally-overlooked upside of aging.
Baby Boomers are transforming aging. This 78 million-strong generation has unrivalled amounts of money to spend, and they control 77% of the total net worth of US households. Even though they are largely ignored by advertisers, they represent 50% of all discretionary spending power. What does this all mean?
Join host Micheal Pope for an insightful hour with Richard Eisenberg, Assistant Managing Editor of PBS’s Nextavenue.org who says, “Everybody talks about the problems the aging of America is creating, real and otherwise (stress on Social Security, older workers keep younger workers from moving up…) But some noted experts say we are looking at this all wrong.”
Tune in to Life is a Sacred Journey on Thursday, July 24 at 5 pm PDT to listen and have your say!
Join Partners in Health talk show host Gail Dixon and her special guests: author Don Hoes, Health & Wellness Holistic Practitioner DeAnna Dewitt and Holistic Consultant Jennifer Garcia. This Sunday, we discuss Healthy Aging and how to be in the best shape of your life, no matter how old you are.
Healthy Aging® is a national health initiative developed to help individuals think more positively about growing older.
The promotion began over 15 years ago as the result of the overwhelming public response to the public television special, Our Nation's Health... Healthy Aging®, produced by CWI Productions, Inc., an independent film and video production company.
Call into the studio and share your technique or secret to healthy aging.
Our Premier Episode
Featuring: Host Adriane Berg
Here is our first show line up:
Rev. Gregory Johnson, a world leader in care giving, founder of Care For the Caregiver, consultant to Emblem Health insurance and so much more
Dr. Neal Cutler, a leading gerontologist, formerly Professor of Gerontology at the University of Pennsylvania and Widner College, Director of the Motion Picture and Television Fund Gerontology Center, member of the board of the AARP, author and so much more
Risa Olinsky, Masters of Adult Fitness, leading fitness entrepreneur and creator of Count on Yourself, Wellness coach, Community Health Organizer and so much more
Peppy Margulies, leading lifelong learning educator, Director of the Lifelong Learning Center at Raritan Community College, named the nation’s best education value by Newsweek, Host of the Super Aging NJ Journalism Course
Robert H Junge, Certified Financial Planner, Unity Financial Services, Head of the retirement planning division of Unity Bank, financial advisor, creator of community retirement outreach initiatives and so much more
Diane Bell, Realtor and Specialist in Second Home and Retirement Living
Welcome to Healthy Living Now!!! In today's episode, we will be discussing living a heart healthy lifestyle. February is Heart Health Month, and we all need some refresher pointers on creating a heart healthy environment. So, pull up a chair and get ready to listen to a few quick and easy tidbits to help you stay on course for Healthy Living Now!!!
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