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I'll Get Old Later

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“We all grow old. It’s the how that matters.”


Dr. Marianne Koch shows us how we can remain mentally young, healthy and energetic. She has dubbed this “successful aging”, and in this book, she describes what all that involves. In nine chapters, Marianne Koch illuminates both the physiological and the psychological aspects that accompany the aging process. She addresses self-confidence, nutrition and exercise, lifelong learning, the problem of loneliness, how to cope with losses, and the importance of never losing
the desire to try something new.
What remains at the end is a single question: Who am I today - and who would I like to be tomorrow? Time and time again, Marianne Koch writes from her own experiences, telling stories and providing advice and valuable recommendations.


• Marianne Koch’s books have sold over half a million copies
• Wise, charming and wonderfully comprehensible - with personal tips from Germany’s famous doctor

Marianne Koch

Marianne Koch is an internist, and she works as a medical journalist and author. The doctor hosts the weekly radio program “Das Gesundheitsgespräch.” Marianne Koch has been honored numerous times for her work in the media communication of medical topics. In May 2019, she received the Paracelsus Medal, the highest honor granted by the German Medical Association.

I'll Get Old Later

“We all grow old. It’s the how that matters.”


Dr. Marianne Koch shows us how we can remain mentally young, healthy and energetic. She has dubbed this “successful aging”, and in this book, she describes what all that involves. In nine chapters, Marianne Koch illuminates both the physiological and the psychological aspects that accompany the aging process. She addresses self-confidence, nutrition and exercise, lifelong learning, the problem of loneliness, how to cope with losses, and the importance of never losing
the desire to try something new.
What remains at the end is a single question: Who am I today - and who would I like to be tomorrow? Time and time again, Marianne Koch writes from her own experiences, telling stories and providing advice and valuable recommendations.


• Marianne Koch’s books have sold over half a million copies
• Wise, charming and wonderfully comprehensible - with personal tips from Germany’s famous doctor

Bibliographic Data
160 pages, ISBN: 978-3-423-35196-6
First published 2022