Below are posts I have written that deal with wellness and health tips for Baby Boomer women. There are so many ways to stay well when you’re a Baby Boomer woman over 50 and I have broken down the main ones I have written about into categories.
- The 7 Best Online Exercise Programs for Women Over 50
- How to Reduce Belly Fat in Middle Age
- Have You Been Putting Your Vision Care on the Backburner?
- 12 Tips to Avoid Fainting in Public and Hurting Yourself
- How to Prevent a Heart Attack as a Woman Over 50
- Health Products – Fitness – Safety – for Baby Boomers Over 50
- Alternative Medicine – Although I have no problem with Western Medicine, and take advantage of it, there are alternative methods to enhance your well-being and better health. They include Ayurveda, Massage, Meditation, Essential Oils, as well as other healing techniques and modalities.
- Disease Prevention – Baby Boomers must be on the look-out to prevent diseases that could have dire consequences especially as we get older. How can we stay healthy and prevent the onset of these diseases and conditions? We have an advantage over our parents with improvements in medicine and technology.
- Fitness over 50 – Good fitness gives us the chance of a better health outcome as we grow older. Even though many Baby Boomers are staying fit and are able to keep up with those who are younger, there are specific things to focus on to ensure a better old age in the future.
- General wellness and health – General wellness and health tips from how to take a nap to how to handle medication and everything in between.
- Health and treatment – Specific conditions common to Baby Boomers as they age along with survivor stories, symptoms, health tips and advice straight from doctors who specialize in the ailment.
- Longevity – What are the habits and practices inherent in the people who live the longest in the world. What do they eat and how do they live? How can we incorporate those habits into our ordinary life?
- Medicare – Important information by experts for Baby Boomers turning 65 or who are already on Medicare that will help you plan the best health care for you depending on your individual needs.
- Nutrition – We’ve all heard the adage, “You are what you eat.” I’m a die-hard foodie but would love to live as long and as well as I can. I focus on eating smart with “real” organic food rather than anything in a package. I’m not into diets, food fad, and other scams that are marketed to Baby Boomers by food manufacturers and others who exploit us.
- Weight Loss – Losing weight over 50 can feel like it’s impossible no matter how we try. But there are healthy ways to achieve our “ideal” weight that don’t require diets, fasting, or drinking green slime.