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The Importance of an active retirement

We like to refer to "retirement' as a post-work lifestyle. We see it as a time when people often have more leisure time, but it is also a time when mental and physical health can decline. That's why it's crucial to stay mentally and physically active in retirement. Here are some reasons why:

Firstly, being mentally and physically active can help improve your overall health and well-being. Regular exercise can help keep your body healthy, reduce the risk of chronic diseases, and improve your cognitive function. Similarly, engaging in mentally stimulating activities, such as reading, playing games, or learning new skills, can help keep your brain active and healthy.

Secondly, staying mentally and physically active can help combat social isolation and loneliness. Retirement can sometimes lead to a loss of social connections and interactions, which can have negative impacts on mental health. By staying active and engaged, retirees can maintain social connections and develop new ones, which can contribute to a sense of purpose and belonging.

Thirdly, staying mentally and physically active can help retirees maintain their independence and quality of life. As people age, they may experience a decline in physical function and cognitive abilities, which can make daily tasks more difficult. By staying active, retirees can maintain their physical and mental capabilities, which can help them live independently for longer.

Fourthly, being mentally and physically active can help retirees find new hobbies and interests. Retirement is an opportunity to explore new passions and hobbies that were previously unattainable due to work or other responsibilities. Engaging in new activities can be stimulating and exciting, which can contribute to a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction in your post-work lifestyle.

Bali Insight Living focus on their clients staying mentally and physically active in their retirement which is seen as crucial for overall health and well-being, combatting social isolation, maintaining independence and quality of life, and discovering new hobbies and interests.

Bali not only offers a tropical climate but the lower cost of living allows retirees to spread their budget a lot further enabling them to take up new hobbies, and even hire a private coach to learn a new sport or hobby.

Talk to us today at to see how we can make your dreams a reality and to assist you with a trial retirement in Bali.

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