More than just canned advice, Enlightened Aging proposes a path to resilience—one that’s proven to help many stave off disability until very old age.
The steps on this path include pro-activity, acceptance, and building and maintaining good physical, mental, and social health
Enlightened Aging: Building Resilience for a Long, Active Life
Using inspiring stories from Dr. Larson’s experiences with study participants, patients, friends, and relatives, Enlightened Aging will help readers determine what their paths can look like given their own experiences and circumstances. It informs readers of the scientific evidence behind new perspectives on aging. It inspires readers with stories of people who are approaching aging with enlightened attitudes.
It offers advice and resources for readers to build their own reserves for old age. It recommends ways for readers to work with their doctors to stay as healthy as possible for their age. And it offers ideas for building better communities for our aging population. While especially relevant to the baby boom generation, this work is really for people of all ages looking for encouragement and wise counsel in order to live a long, active life.