Exercise older adults
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Share Healthy Eating As We Age As we age, healthy eating can make a difference in our health, help to improve how we feel, and encourage a sense of well-being. Eating healthy has benefits that can help older adults: Nutrients Obtain nutrients needed by the body such as potassium, calcium, vitamin D, vitamin B12, minerals, and dietary fiber. Lose weight or maintain a healthy weight Reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease. If you have a chronic disease, eating well can help to manage the disease. Meet individual calorie and nutrition needs.
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Use less salt Everyone requires a certain amount of salt, but too much can increase the risk of high blood pressure and heart disease. Salt occurs naturally in many foods such as meat, eggs, milk and vegetables, but much of the salt in the Australian diet comes from the salt added to foods by manufacturers or when adding salt yourself. Older adults should restrict their intake of high salt foods such as cured meats including ham, corned beef, bacon and luncheon meats , snack foods such as potato chips and savoury pastries and sauces such as soy sauce. Choose reduced salt varieties of foods when shopping, and flavour foods with herbs and spices instead of adding salt. Drink more water Water supports provides many vital functions in body, including hydration, digestion and blood volume, however as you age you may not feel thirsty as often, even when your body needs fluid. Tea, coffee, mineral water, soda water and reduced fat milk can all count towards your fluid intake during the day, but water is always best!
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Strategies to increase exercise adherence in older adults
Jessie Jones and Debra J. The choice of whether or not to exercise is a daily decision. Once your client has incorporated an exercise program into his or her lifestyle, it is a good time to introduce relapse prevention strategies.
Loss of appetite and weight loss Changes in thinking or memory Pain Below is some information about these conditions and how you can work with your healthcare team to manage them. Fatigue Fatigue is the feeling of being exhausted. It is the most common complaint of older adults with cancer. These problems may improve after radiation or chemotherapy treatment ends. However, it can often take a while for you to feel that your energy level is back to normal.
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