3 edition of Your health in retirement found in the catalog.
Your health in retirement
|Statement||J.A. Muir Grayand Pat Blair.|
|Contributions||Blair, Pat, 1945-, Age Concern England.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||78|
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The great paradox of the golden years is that there is so much time, and yet so very little of it. Retirement, after all, signals the final stage of life. It typically happens after plus years. Health Benefits Of Early Retirement. When I was working, I had the following ailments: Plantar fasciitis ( the worst period) Frequent allergic reactions (throughout) Chronic lower back pain plus sciatica () TMJ ( – ) Teeth grinding ( – ) Golfer’s elbow () Tennis elbow ().
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by Kelli Harding, MD, MPH ( – Atria Books) Wise and healthy aging is a critical part of retirement, no matter what age you choose to retire at. Daily choices can seem small. But over time they can have a big impact on your health, happiness, and well-being – and on the well-being of those around you.
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Retirement is the point in time when an employee chooses to leave his or her employment ment generally coincides with the employee's eligibility to collect retirement resources such as Social Security, a company pension, or distributions from a (k) or another retirement : Susan M.
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Is retirement good for your health? Economist James Banks of the University of Manchester says it depends on what you have come from and what you are going to. If you have had a highly paid, high.