The events of the last two years uprooted many older adults’ health-related habits. Now, as we settle into new routines and adjust to a “new normal,” physical health should remain a top priority.
According to a Tivity Health Pulse survey of SilverSneakers members in February, more than half of members (56%) reported walking, hiking or cycling would help them get into an exercise routine, and 33% said their eating habits had improved. In other words, while the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant effect on older adults’ health habits, things are seemingly looking up. And with warmer, sunnier weather arriving