VERO BEACH, FL, October 29, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- While aging is not optional, how we age certainly is. The Healthy Aging Company is striving to become a leader in providing our elderly population with products and programs that will help slow or reverse the age-related decline in mental and physical abilities. The company is a strong advocate of having our elderly parents, grandparents and loved ones adopt a healthy aging lifestyle, and start taking control of the aging process. The Healthy Aging Company is dedicated to helping make that happen with its HealthyAging Subscription Gift Boxes.
John Garrett, President of The Healthy Aging Company says, "We developed HealthyAging Gift Boxes because we saw the mental and physical decline in our aging parents and grandparents and, like so many of you, wanted to help. But what can you do? You can encourage them to get more exercise, to participate in more activities, to use their mind and body more, and overall, just to take some preventive steps to protect their health and quality of life. Unfortunately, most of us find our encouragement does not have as much impact as we would like. Out of this disappointment, however, came the genesis for the idea to give them a gift box that contained items to exercise the mind and body. What we found was this gift box idea did, in fact, have an impact. Hence, HealthyAging Gift Boxes was born. Our Gift Boxes are filled with fun and engaging items, programs, and information to help improve mental functions, memory, reaction time, strength, flexibility and balance. Overall, helping our aging loved ones live longer, healthier lives."
You can learn more about HealthyAging Gift Boxes at www.healthyaginggiftboxes.com
or by calling 772 999 5521.
The Healthy Aging Company produces subscription gift boxes specifically designed to help slow the aging process of our growing elderly population. The gift boxes are filled with fun and engaging items, programs, and information to exercise the mind and body, and aimed at improving overall health and physio-cognitive functions.