Fifty years ago, 100-year-olds were few and far between. But the numbers have been steadily growing over the years. And that trend may continue. Some experts believe that longevity may jump another 30 years in the next decade.1
Discover the fundamentals to living well while living longer. And the benefits each provides.
When preparing for sleep, imagine slowly landing a plane instead of crashing one. The brain needs quiet time before bed to destress and transition from high activity to down time.2
Breathing is our primary connection to life, and when we're stressed, we tend to breathe fast and shallow. Controlled breathing lowers stress and calms the mind by activating the parasympathetic nervous system.3
Middle-aged adults who took 7,000 or more steps daily had a 50% to 70% lower risk of dying from any cause, compared to those who took fewer than 7,000 daily steps.4
The Mediterranean diet — which emphasizes eating less red meat, sugar, and saturated fat, and more fruits, vegetables, nuts, and whole grains — has been ranked the best overall diet by U.S. News & World Report for five consecutive years.5
Your financial health is often closely tied to your well-being in older age. That's because financial worry can often be a chronic stressor.6