Exercise at the third (senior) age is essential not only for the health of the elderly, but also for their mental well-being. The many changes to the body in regular exercise are more familiar and understandable. Less understandable are the many implications of physical training for the elderly mind, mood, enjoyment of life and quality of life of the Golden Age.
Quality of life in the elderlyThe combination of a steadily rising life expectancy, a less active and less active lifestyle, and “anti-movement” social messages in the older ages, regularly raises the inactive life period and the vulnerability and independence during this period. The lack of physical activity, together with “retirement,” has opened up a period of accelerated deterioration in physical and mental abilities, as well as quality of life. Long life is a natural aspiration, but what about the quality of this long life ?!As age increases, changes in all parameters of physical function occur, such as decreased muscle strength, muscle mass, bone mass, nervous system response, decreased heart rate, increased blood pressure, decreased oxygen utilization, flexibility, and metabolism. And more. In fact, these changes occur from the 1930s onwards, but retiring or other dramatic changes in life can make many changes.
Complete with the nature of lifeIt is desirable to accept change and accept the natural course of life, and other age-enhancing capabilities such as experience and wisdom, judgment, resilience, broad perspective and overall vision, true prospects, ability to plan ahead, reject immediate gratifications, social skills can also be enjoyed. , The responsibility, loyalty, ability to enjoy small things and more.How does physical activity contribute to adults?The quality of life can be greatly improved with regular exercise. The weakening of the body’s systems slows dramatically as we live a life of activity. The differences in the different age-dependent parameters, whether active or not, are very large and these are two completely different life trajectories. Studies conducted on the effects of physical exercise on a third-age population that included cardio activity, resistance exercises, and a component of flexibility, compared to inactive control groups, clearly show a significant improvement in allThe parameters in the activity groups: the decrease in blood pressure, the increase in strength, endurance, range of motion, muscle and bone masses, posture and balance, ability to recover from illness and illness, cognitive abilities, satisfaction, self-image and feelings of well-being and joy – were all the gains, The activists. Even if it takes longer to reach the same results compared to younger ages, the ability to improve exists at any age. We note that the best improvement in bone density parameter was obtained in combination with strength training along with vitamin D consumption.In many cases, it would be best to focus on improving daily functioning and maintaining independence over time. As long as a person remains capable in areas such as washing, wearing, moving from bed and chair, self-feeding, walking and the like, his chances of a good life improve infinitely. Proper access to training at the age of three will be moderate, patient, persistent over time and focused on the desire to continue being on the move, with the best of all being the benefit of fun activities.