Sex is a powerful emotional experience. It’s a tool for improving the personal health and well-being of not only the young, sexy, active people but also of the aging population. In this episode, our topic is all about sex – the sexual health, sexual identity, sexual behaviour, sexual dysfunctions and issues of men and women beyond 50 years old.
How much money do you need to have a comfortable retirement? Bring out your retirement planners and calculator because this episode will be all about money, super, and old age pension.
Baby Boomers, being raised by the Silent Generation, were taught socially and environmentally not to have discussions about politics. In this episode, our panelists discuss their voice when it comes to politics and why they must hold on to their right to vote.
For Episode 34, the Booms Day Prepping panelists join together for a very important discussion regarding dementia, the single greatest cause of disability in older Australians. Dr. Drew Dwyer, a clinical gerontologist explains all about dementia – what are the different types, how does it affect a person, etc.
Ageing involves change, both positive and negative. It doesn’t automatically mean that one will have a poor quality of life or a whole bunch of medical problems. What does it mean when Baby Boomers hear the term “happy ageing”? Episode 33 of Booms Day Prepping will answer this question.
Episode 32 raises the question that is on the mind of almost every Baby Boomer, “Who’s going to look after me when I get old?” Our panelists share their insights on this interesting and important topic about who will care for them once they reach old age. Will it be their children? Will they enter an aged care facility?
Episode 30 of Booms Day Prepping is all about health and naturopathy. We are joined by two special guests: Pam Stone, Director of Education Partnerships at the Blackmores Institute and American musical artist Michael Popienko.
We hear it all the time that ‘’age is just a number’’ but how do Baby Boomers really feel about that sentiment particularly indigenous people? Do they view ageing in the same way as the non-indigenous population? For this episode, Booms Day panelists join forces to share their insights regarding the issue of ageing among the indigenous population.
Most Baby Boomers have lived extraordinary lives in their youth – witnessing some of the most momentous events in modern history such as the first moon landing and the birth of environmentalism and modern feminism. Many Baby Boomers have now entered the next stage of their lives: retirement. Are they too old to be doing certain things? We always hear the expression “age is just a number’’ but is really true?
Boomsday Prepping airs another exciting episode to discuss this important issue. Find out what the panelists have to say about their age.