SuperAger World is your key to unlocking a future of healthy, happy and meaningful longevity and lifestyle.
The world’s population is growing older. Lifespans have been continually increasing but health hasn’t been keeping up. Many of us are living short of our potential for healthier, happier, longer, younger and meaningful lives – there is another way – the SuperAger World way.
We’re a unique 360º global platform, dynamically blending online & real-world experiences, integrated with practical knowledge, learning, expertise, goods, services, events & a new social network of SuperAgers. Our vibrant SuperAger World global community benefits from extensive resources, expertise, and inspiration, enabling them to maximize their lifespans and healthspans – and enjoy lives that are both longer & healthier and optimally fulfilled & happy. Together with our philanthropic SuperAger Foundation, we bring wide-ranging benefits to our SuperAger ‘Tribe’, the world’s wider population and also the planet we all share.
Who & What is a SuperAger?
For us, a SuperAger is someone of any age who desires and chooses to:
- Transcend age, as defined by a number
- Actively and skilfully apply positive-aging knowledge, tools, and techniques to optimize physical, mental & emotional health, lifespan, and healthspan, happiness & quality of life
- Take full advantage of the ever-increasing ability to live longer, younger and in greater health
- Positively move forward, through the natural process of aging, with dynamism, optimism, enthusiasm, excitement, and grace – and find the maximum value in whichever age they are
- Not just ‘add years to their life’, but also ‘add life to their years’
- Live as a SuperAger!
We will very soon be providing access to a huge global platform of daily updated knowledge & learning resources; experts & expertise; goods & services; discounts and deals; events & experiences – and a SuperAger community and Tribe.
8 Alzheimer’s Disease Risk Factors
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disorder that affects brain functions. It commonly disrupts people’s ability to remember. They start to forget conversations, events, and names of familiar people and places. At the late stage, they need more assistance because they cannot function independently. They need more attention and help with their daily activities such as eating, bathing, and dressing.
Researchers cannot really identify the causes of Alzheimer’s disease but they found common risk factors that can lead to it. It is better to be aware of and prevent these risk factors to reduce the chances of an Alzheimer’s attack.
6 Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention and Management Strategies
Having Alzheimer’s disease as well as caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s can be challenging, especially due to the changes in behavior and personality. It not only affects our memory but also your stress coping ability. The people suffering from Alzheimer’s get stressed with the symptoms, and the carers can feel tired and stressed due to the symptoms.
If you are a caregiver, you have to be patient whenever the patients are having eating and sleeping difficulties, hallucinations and wandering off. It’s important that you understand the reason for their behavioral issues so that you’ll know better how to manage them.
4 Common Causes of Alcoholism in Adults
The World Health Organization has an increasing concern about alcohol-related accidents and harmful actions for adults, because of the increasing number of adults exceeding the recommended amount of alcohol intake that sometimes leads to addiction.
Moderate alcohol consumption may actually reduce cardiovascular diseases and the possible risk of diabetes. But, heavy drinking was linked to nervous system damage, liver diseases, mood disorders, and dehydration.
5 Common Signs and Symptoms of Age-related Macular Degeneration
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is an eye disease that causes severe and permanent vision loss, and people over 50 are more susceptible to it. It happens when the macula of the retina was damaged causing a severe vision problem.
AMD has 2 forms: dry (atrophic) and wet (exudative). The most common is the dry form where it develops drusen or yellow deposits in the macula. This leads to blind spots in the center of your vision. On the other hand, the wet form happens when abnormal blood vessels grow in the macula and leak blood or fluid causing distorted vision.