Ways to feel stronger, flexible and balanced

Older woman standing in a warrior yoga pose in her living room

Moving helps improve your strength, balance and flexibility, which can make daily living a little easier, help prevent falls and may lower your risk of dementia.1

On a bright summer morning an athletic older couple smiling at each other and running out in the open with trees behind them.

Participating in activities you enjoy is a rewarding way to boost or maintain your well-being. Older adults who belong to social groups may live longer and lower their risk for developing health problems.2

Group of four diverse happy seniors laughing together

Maintaining your health—by keeping up with preventive health screenings—may ensure your independence, security and productivity.3





1 “Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans,” 2nd edition, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, last accessed November 2021,


2 “Participating in Activities You Enjoy,” National Institute on Aging, last accessed November 2021,


3 “Get the Facts on Healthy Aging,” National Council on Aging, last accessed November 2021,


Consult your doctor before beginning any new diet or exercise regimen.


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