4 Benefits of staying fit in retirement

Here are 4 benefits of staying fit in retirement.

Updated on Mar 22, 2022 06:17 PM IST  |  521.9K
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4 Benefits of staying fit in retirement
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While retirement can free up time, declining health and well-being can become a new roadblock. That is why being fit in the years leading up to retirement is so crucial. We're talking about movement, exercise, or anything else physical that raises your heart rate and makes you breathe more quickly here. Exercising mixed with socialising, as well as other purposeful acts like dog walking, gardening, cleaning, babysitting, and volunteering, are all beneficial strategies for over-55s to stay active.

Here are 4 compelling possible benefits of staying in shape well into your 50s and beyond that you may not have considered.

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1. Clarity in thinking

Regular physical exercise aids in the improvement of physical and mental capabilities, as well as the reversal of some chronic disease effects, allowing older persons to remain mobile and independent. Regular exercise can help seniors stay focused and live a higher-quality life with more energy and improved motor skills.

2. Cost-cutting on life insurance

Because underwriters often base policy costs on your chance of death, staying active may help you save money on life insurance. Obesity, for example, can lead to increased rates. Maintaining a healthy weight and good vital signs can help you lower your mortality rate.

 

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3. Healthy sleep patterns are promoted by an active lifestyle

Seniors who are sedentary have a harder time getting enough rest. If this describes you, try adding a bit more action to your daily routine to see if it helps.  When you start to cool down, raising your core body temperature urges you to rest. The finest workout is one that takes place right before night. Even that post-dinner walk will help. 

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4. Exercise can help you lower medical bills

You're less likely to have health-related difficulties if you're committed to strengthening your core muscles, increasing your flexibility, maintaining a healthy weight, and making sure you're healthy on the inside and out. This reduces your risks of needing to go to the emergency room or end up in the hospital, as well as your need for prescription drugs. These are just a few instances of how exercise might help you save money on your medical expenditures.

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Keeping our bodies and minds busy in retirement may help us avoid years of illness and enable us to live independently and enjoy life for longer.

Also Read: 4 Tips to form new healthy habits

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