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These simple and uplifting tips from a top doctor will soon put the spring back in your step.
The social and psychological effects of growing old are very important.
Many older people with long-term health conditions are nevertheless in a state of social and mental wellbeing.
Sir Muir Gray offers some insights into how to get on well with life in your later years.
... In the earlier parts of this series, I have explained the importance that health and fitness play in defying the years.
But I believe the social and psychological effects of growing old are equally important to address — and are often overlooked by doctors, with the inevitable focus on physical health in our later years.
In fact, the older you get, the greater the need for a positive mental attitude and some positive action. After all, a human being is so much more than the sum of all their organs and systems.
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