This month is all about matters of the heart. Valentine’s Day may focus on love, but February is all about keeping your heart healthy. Give yourself and your loved ones the very best gift of all this year—a healthier you!
As a Spring Harbor resident, you’ll find many different ways to live well. Along with eating right, being socially connected, and getting enough rest and relaxation, you can easily stay physically active. Given the unrivaled range of wellness activities here, you’ll find many fun ways to give your heart health a boost right here on campus.
There’s more time than ever to live your life to the fittest and fullest with all the time-saving services like housekeeping, laundry and maintenance-free living. It’s up to you to make it happen. Exercise doesn’t have to be a chore—you can make it fun by joining friends and neighbors, rewarding yourself, and by being flexible.
The National Institute on Aging says to aim for at least 150 minutes of physical activity each week. It’s best to be active every day, so you don’t have to do this all at once. Start off with activities you enjoy and gradually vary your routine by adding in new things. Make 20-30 minutes of physical activity a fun part of your daily routine.
Four ways to keep your “heart health” fresh and interesting:
We’re committed to providing many ways to support and promote health and wellness as a way of life every day. If you don’t see something you like on the monthly schedule, let us know. It’s easy to start a club or form a group and get going.
Schedule a time to tour our stunning community, meet our vibrant residents, and let us answer your important questions. Once you step into our world, you’ll understand why so many seniors happily call Spring Harbor home.