We cannot stop the passage of time, but in the last years we have understood a great deal more about the process of aging. There are more and more people like you and I, willing and able to put some effort and resources into deliberate changes in their lifestyles. I would like to share with you the tips, coming both from science and many years of my practice as an integrative geriatrician, on how to optimize your own process of growing older. Join me in the exploration of healthy, creative and vibrant aging, so that, rather than fearing the coming years, you can start looking forward to them.
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"How we spend our days is, of, course, how we spend our lives." says Annie Dillard. The secret to improving our lifestyles is in introducing small changes and giving them enough time to stick. Try some of the following strategies below: