Building Blocks to Aging Well
Healthy aging is about creating an environment and opportunity that enables you to be and do what you value. This series of building blocks will guide you along a path of awareness, giving you the tools you need for successful aging. We also highlight three common concerns you may have with making healthy lifestyle changes, and seek advice from Banner Health medical experts. Our goal is that you embrace the value of making changes now in an effort to reduce your risks to maintain brain health, and maybe even prevent disease as you age. We seek to provide you with a foundation for well-being, but also encourage you to visit other resources that we highlight and learn more about what could motivate you to start your journey to a healthier body and mind.
- Stay Active - Going the Extra Step
- Eat Well - Paint Your Plate with Color
- Sleep Well - Allow Yourself to Rest & Repair
- Exercise Your Brain - Stay in the Land of Wonder
- Emotional Wellness - Connect the Dots
- Control Risk Factors - Activate your Health Team
- Research - Be the Change
Learn more about out increasing awareness of activities that reduce the risk of cognitive decline and may prevent the onset of symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease from our partners at the Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation (GAP) through their Acti-v8 Your Brain program.
Be Proactive in Your Healthy Aging
Have you ever wondered what your brain health status is or how you are performing for your age? It is common to experience changes in memory, thinking and physical ability as we age. While some changes with aging are normal, others may be symptoms that could indicate an underlying condition or something serious. To help keep your brain healthy and active well into your later years, Banner Sun Health Research Institute is hosting a free Brain Health Check-In.
If you would like more information or would like to make an appointment, visit the Brain Health Check-in page or call (623) 832-5747.