5 Ways Social Connections Improve Senior Health

Better Nutrition

Seniors who stay social eat more regularly, maintain a better diet and keep their body powered for activity.

(The Journals of Gerontology®)

Better Physical Function

Socially engaged seniors tend to be more physically active, leading to benefits like improved circulation and lower blood pressure.

(Mather Institute Age Well Study)

Better Cognitive Function

Seniors who maintain communication with others are more likely to maintain cognitive function for longer.

(Stanford Health)

Better Mood

Socially connected seniors tend to keep a lighter mood, feel less stressed and maintain a more positive outlook.

(The Harvard Study on Aging)

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