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How Seniors Can Alleviate Depression with Exercise

Article by Wendy Moyer

As the Baby Boomer generation approaches old age, more and more of them are trying to figure out what they can do to in order to continue enjoying a good life. Although many of them realized long ago that their health directly correlates to their happiness, finding time to exercise may not always have been a priority.

Now that many of them are retired, they are taking a new look at things that can positively impact their lives. However, having realizations and acting on them are two different things. Since so many baby boomers love instant gratification, asking them to take the necessary time-consuming steps to improve their health can be quite a challenge.

Nonetheless, many baby boomers now appreciate that focusing on improving their health is one of the things they will have to do in order to maintain a healthy mind as well as a healthy body.

Numerous studies have indicated that emotional stability can be better achieved through regular exercise. Consequently, it is not surprising that many senior citizens who seemingly couldn’t find the time to exercise earlier in their lives, are now finding that exercise actually helps to ease feelings of depression and anxiety.

It is generally believed that in order to achieve optimum health, seniors should focus on three different types of exercise: cardio, endurance, and strength.

These three types of exercise target different needs and they should all be included in any workout program.

Incorporating cardiovascular exercises into a workout promotes heart health, while endurance exercises are believed to increase the flow of blood throughout your body. If this is true then these types of exercises may help to protect you from cardiac injury should you have a heart attack.

Strength exercises have been known to increase metabolism and muscle mass. Both are factors that can help you to maintain a healthy weight (one of the challenges that many seniors face.)

If you add balance and stretching exercises to your routine, you will enjoy all the benefits that a complete workout can provide.

Amazingly, exercise not only has a positive effect on your joints, muscles and bones, but literally provides a workout for your brain as well.

People who regularly exercise find that their memory gets better, as does their mental acuity.

Any way you cut it, senior exercise is meant to make you feel happy and positive. Who knows? It might even make you smarter.

Of course, at any age, you should always consult with your doctor before beginning an exercise program. The best of intentions can still cause unexpected injury or pain and even the healthiest of people can find misfortune.

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I know this is all basic stuff that everyone probably knows, but I’m just sharing what I do when it comes diet and exercise for those who requested it =).
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How much exercise is needed for the average Border Collie?

Question by : How much exercise is needed for the average Border Collie?
I have two border collies and their exercise needs are very different! They both came from the same litter (I raised both as puppies) but one is a boy and the other is a girl. So far they are both 3 years old. The boy needs only around 30 minutes of exercise a day to be happy and calm while the girl can run for days on end before she gets tired! What’s the normal amount of exercise needed for the average border collie?

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Answer by UHave2BeKiddingMe
For the normal/average Border Collie that I am used to being around its 23 out of 24 hours a day.

Every BC I know is a herding/agility/obedience dog and even with all that work the dogs still could go for more. My herding instructors BC works 8+ hours a day and she never tires out.

Your male is definitely not the norm.

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How To Be Successful In A Senior Exercise Program

Article by Therese B

Many people have an “all or nothing” mentality, they jump into an activity giving it 100% right off the bat – not a good idea for an exercise program.Your body requires time to meet the challenge of the exertion taking place which is why exercise programs have different intensity levels. Starting at an inappropriate level means you will not be able to sustain the exercise over time and quit.

Note: If you are an older adult with health issues, talk with your physician before beginning an exercise program. Many health conditions may be controlled through exercise. So, if you’re taking medications, there is a chance that your dosages may change – for the better!

The first step to a successful physical activity program is to begin slowly in whatever activity you choose. If you are walking, be realistic in planning your goal. Walk out for five minutes then turn around and walk back. Assess how you feel: Was it a problem for you? If not, keep the same routine for a few days. Still not a problem? Now add another minute or two to your time or distance. At some point, you will “feel” it especially if you’re not used to exercising. Continue to stay on the routine for a week or so always assessing how you feel afterwards.

There may be days when you just don’t feel like exercising, so the question is “Should I exercise today or not”?

Here are some indications that you should not exercise and call your doctor:

1. If you feel a lot more fatigued than you normally do,2. If you notice that there is swelling or pain around a joint or muscle,3. If you notice new symptoms – something you did not have before,4. Irregular, rapid or fluttery heartbeat or chest pain,5. Shortness of breath,6. If you have a fever from the flu, or a bad cold or infection.

As you become more and more involved in exercising, you will be able to know your body well enough to know when to stop and call your physician or just take off for a day or two until you feel better.

At this point, you want to add intensity a little at a time to avoid injury and allow the body to become stronger. Before long you will find yourself walking a much longer distance. Now, you need to made a decision – do you add even more distance or walk the same distance, but walk a little faster? A great motivator is a little device called a pedometer which you wear on your belt or waistband and keeps track of the number of steps you take during your exercise session. It’s fun to see how many more steps you can add to your routine each day/week/month.

Now, begin to add some extra physical activity into your program:

1. Instead of driving around for 5 minutes trying to find a parking place close to the front door, park further out and get that extra few minutes of walking in.2. Same holds true shopping or grocery shopping.3. Take your pet for a walk – other than your exercise time. Pets can sometimes be a handful and slow you down so take them for their walk during another part of the day.4. Take the steps instead of an elevator when possible.

To add fun to your routine, make a list of all the activities you either wanted to learn or maybe participated in as a young person. Are there any listed that you could do now? For instance, take tennis lessons, or swimming? What about a beginning water aerobics class? If you don’t want to go by yourself, do you have a friend that would take lessons with you?

Make your exercise as much fun as you can and soon you will find yourself looking and feeling younger than your years and perhaps spending less time at the doctor’s office.

Therese has been writing articles online for the past several years. Not only does this author specialize in health and wellness information, you can also check out her latest website at Tankless Water Heater Cost which provides information on tankless water heater prices for homeowners.










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How long does exercise lift your mood for?

Question by SweatyPoet: How long does exercise lift your mood for?
People talk about exercise and endorphins and feeling good blah blah. My question is: How long does this boost in mood caused by exercise last? Does it last the whole day? Or is it only temporary, for a few minutes while you exercise, and then gone? If the latter, then I won’t bother with the whole exercise thing.

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For me, it lasts as long as I’m working out. During my cross country season, I’m at my happiest mood for the whole 5 months. I just got done working out an hour ago and i still feel pretty good. Exercise is the best medicine. No, it doesn’t last for a few minutes, it lasts the whole day and if you exercise tomorrow and the day after that, it’ll last for as long as you keep working out.

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