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Living Happy & Healthy Into Our Elderly Years


How do you envision getting older? Do you see yourself surrounded by the love and support of your family? Do you imagine traveling the world now that you’re finally retired? Or do you associate getting older with isolation and melancholy?

Global statistics show that roughly 600 million people are currently 60-years of age or older (a number that’s estimated to double by 2025). However, this elderly population report higher levels of personal well being and life satisfaction than in younger generations. This infographic from BeIndependantHomecare.ie is helping us live healthier and happier into our golden years…

 

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