Do you enjoy eating? Or, are you just eating for convenience? At middle age, I’ve struggled with food, which has lessened my enjoyment of it. Recent polling shows I’m not alone. Research shows that a majority of people prefer cooking at home than eating out. And that our weight impacts our enjoyment of eating. Find out more and what steps we can take to get more eating enjoyment.
What happens when you are always there for everyone else and then you realize you need support and encouragement but don’t know how to ask? A reader’s true story about midlife transition, dealing with menopause and struggling with Serotonin Syndrome.
Losing Balance More Often?
Discover How a Fitness Stability Ball can Improve Balance and Our Midlife Health
Discover how a fitness stability ball can improve balance and stability. During middle age, we start losing muscle mass, which can impact our core body strength and make us less stable throughout the day. Find out how to slow this deterioration, which can make us susceptible to falls and injuries as we age.
Reducing the risk of chronic middle age disease could be as easy as using a TV remote control. According to a Harvard study, 2 hours of TV watching per day could be life threatening. Learn how turning off the TV can help prevent type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
Middle age is the time to start paying closer attention to ongoing health. Health screenings can detect ailments and diseases well before they become a life limiting issue. Learn what tests health experts say people over 40 should be requesting.