Our aims in this modest study is to tackle the subject of retirement, which lies at the centre of many core issues. The recent research published in the journal Epidemiology, (Q.Asthon Acton, 2011) (Lisa F. Berkman, Ichiro Kawachi, M. Maria Glymour, 2014) confirmed that when a worker reaches retirement, he may have extensive physical and mental health consequences. Attribute is given to transition from the worker to retirement that (Jerry W. Hedge, Walter C. Borman, 2012) show as in balance if levels of physical activity lifestyle. In addition, retirement has potential life stages, owing to the change in lifestyle as levels of physical activity. Our aim in this study is to assess the impact of retirement on various health outcomes security sectors, based on the absence of physically demanding jobs. Whereas (Barbara Newman, Philip Newman, 2008) indicated that retirement options seem to be taking two directions those engaged in physical activities and those who do not (Krauss Whitbourne, 2016). For this purpose, the research samples were selected by the intentional manner that incorporated 14 workers from the security sector of university Mostaganem, Algeria, where their average age ±58 years, 7 of them retired in the last year and 7 expect their retirement. Testing was implemented on medical and physical tests to esteem their abilityon effort and health outcomes.. Through the results and statistical treatment, we recommend performing physical activities during leisure time (Mo Wang, 2012) in order to promote healthy lifestyles for our retirees.
"Lifestyle Retirement Impact on The Health Fitness among Employees working in the "Se-curity Sectors","
Journal of Al-Quds Open University for Educational & Psychological Research & Studies: Vol. 6:
19, Article 14.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaqou_edpsych/vol6/iss19/14