Keep Being Active
Keep physically active
Find ways to exercise and keep moving in whatever way you can:
- Exercise is good for your muscles, bones, organs, blood pressure, blood sugar, weight, mood and thinking.
- Research suggests that 30 minutes of moderate physical activity, three times a week, can strengthen your mind!
- Before starting an exercise program, it’s best to speak with your doctor or therapist first to make sure the program is right for you.
Keep mentally stimulated
- Find ways to keep your mind active. The activity should challenge you, but not be too difficult.
- You could:
- get involved in your community
- learn something new
- explore your creative side
- have conversations
- explore your interests
- have fun!
- Check out what is offered at your local community centre or through a continuing education program.
Keep socially connected
- Find ways to be with others and build friendships
- Get together in person, on the phone, or on the computer
- Enjoy the company of a pet
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