Physical and mental health are key to staying well and living in contentment. Over 55 living is the perfect opportunity to prioritise your physical and mental health. Independent living villages are more determined than ever to improve your quality of life. Karidis Retirement in Adelaide has put together a handy guide on how to keep your mind healthy and active in retirement.
Karidis Retirement has worked hard over the last few decades to provide the best quality of life for our residents. We understand the importance of community and keeping in touch with loved ones for peace of mind. We actively encourage all of residents at our retirement village to take part in various activities, whether it be with other residents in our community centre or setting aside one day a week to spend with family. A retirement village is just like any other, in that you can build a healthy lifestyle with the people with whom you share the community.
Most types of exercise will improve your mental and physical strength, making you less prone to injuries and happier in your body. Even if it’s just going for a walk, getting your body moving is an important way to stay healthy. Make the most of your time at our independent living villages by building healthy habits.
Retirement is the perfect time to learn a new skill or pick up a new hobby that you previously didn’t have time for. Learning a language or a craft like crochet has been proven to improve your memory and keep your mind sharp. With Karidis Retirement, no two days are the same: there are plenty of online courses and opportunities to expand your mind and learn something new every day!
If you’d like to know more about how you can stay healthy and active at an over 55 living village, call Karidis Retirement on 1300 796 311 or contact us online.