Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Iran
*Corresponding author:Mohammad TS, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Iran
Submission: August 15, 2019;Published: September 16, 2019
ISSN 2578-0093Volume5 Issue1
The article explores how healthy aging is derived from other factors such as suitable food, medications and environmental conditions. Such conditions could be provided through the practice of social accounting. The ever-changing conditions of the current times could be better fixed up, if the increasing aging people can remain in a healthy condition. Sociologically speaking, planners and policy makers must know that human behavior does not remain stable, instead, due to change in human wants and aspirations, social accounting must be applied from different angles. However, adopting healthy habits and behaviors, staying involved in one’s community, using preventive services, managing health conditions, and having access to all sources of medications can contribute to a productive and meaningful life in old age. Similarly, gerontology or the study of aging from social, psychological, biological and cognitive viewpoints is a part of the current brief study.
Keywords: Healthy aging; Social accounting; Policymakers; Healthy habits; Gerontology; Economic health; Vulnerability; Food needs; Social management