Whether you consider yourself younger or older, it’s never too early or too late to support your health. Healthy aging is especially important because we are living longer—and the aging population is growing. Extending our quality of life is increasingly important.
You aren’t the only one that has encountered changes since the pandemic. Believe it or not, the adjustments to your lifestyle have also impacted your pets. While they’re likely pleased to have everyone home more often, they too may be feeling a bit apprehensive. As a pet parent, you must remember to include your dog or cat’s overall needs in your list of priorities. Below are a few suggestions.
We often associate healthcare with visiting a doctor at a clinic or going to a hospital, which would be fine under normal circumstances, but with the resurgence of the coronavirus, it can often be difficult for us to get healthcare from these traditional sources because the number of patients infected with COVID-19 that require emergency care is overwhelming the healthcare system. Now may also not be a good time to visit a clinic or a hospital for a routine appointment.
Now more than ever it’s important to get fit and stay healthy. Being even 10 to 15 pounds over your ideal weight can put you at risk for developing an illness. Thankfully, there are several ways to achieve your goals.