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Preventive Health Tips
Fit in your 20s
Get More Sleep. it's good to establish a regular plan to get your body the sleep it needs to recharge.
Wear Sunscreen. The sun damage you prevent now will mean healthier more beautiful skin for decades to come.
Go To The Dentist. Not too far down the road, Poor dental health can contribute to a number of health problems.
Only Take Pills When Necessary. Sometimes it may seem like taking a Z-pack is a good quick-fix, but taking antibiotics and other prescription medicine too often can cause harm down the long run.
Take Care Of Your Bones. Bone mass peaks in your 20s, and both weight-bearing exercise and diet can contribute to bone mass.
Reduce Sugar Intake. To reduce risk of cancer, heart disease, diabetes.
Chill Out. Stress is present at all life stages, but learning how to deal in your early adult life is a good idea.
Healthy in Your 30s
Make Calcium a Must. Bone mass can increase until around age 30, which means you still have time to lower your risk for osteoporosis later in life.
Find a Work Out you enjoy. Sweating is another good way to ensure that your frame stays strong.
Get a Pap Smear. Plan to have your first test at age 21, then retest every three years thereafter.
Don't Grab Dinner on the Run.
Drink a lot of water.
Stand don't sit in your chair this will control therisk of suffering from obesity.
Appreciate your body now, and you'll be so much happier and healthier for it.
Eat breakfast every day. Helps in keeping your weight down and calorie-burning metabolism up.
Boost calcium and vitamin D. Both are essential for strong bones.
Practice stress control so you don't age faster.
Pump up proteinat least twice a day which can help relieve symptoms of depression.
Try something new. "When you fall in love, dopamine centers in the brain fire like crazy, and the same thing happens when you do something different and adventurous.
Relaxing with friends reduces stress, boosts self-esteem, and even makes you more loving toward your partner when you get home.
Get essential check-ups. Like
Eye exam: Every 2 years
Blood pressure: Every 6 months.
Pap test and pelvic exam: Every 1 to 3 years
Thyroid: Every 2 years
Mole check: Every year
Mammogram: Every 1 to 2 years
Blood glucose: Every year starting at age 45
Good sleep is the baseline of health and fitness midlife and beyond.
Expand your checkup checklist when you enter midlife.
Eat right, take actions to reduce chronic conditions.
Start moving, get your heart moving faster.
Boost your exercise intensity.
Exercise your brain too.
Brush and floss, now more than ever.
It's Not Too Late for a Healthy Lifestyle. The changes you make now can significantly improve your health.
Take care of your brain. The brain likes something to puzzle over and figure out. It loves making new connections and learning.
Care for your body. Don't let your body retire when you do. Now that you have moved on from work and the kids, it is time to focus on your health.
Develop a positive attitude toward aging, you could add up to 7.5 years to your life.
Understanding your medications and treatments can which will reduceother risk.
Get used to preventative care and screenings.
Learn about Hormones and Aging. Your hormones continue to change throughout your life, including as you age.
Simple ways to keep yourself healthy.
Take a brisk walk with nature. Getting rich, oxygenated air help kill bacteria and viruses, improves breathing and our heart.
Hug someone you love. It releases a feel-good hormone like oxytocin that ward off depression.
Eat 2 or 3 pieces of fruit. Brilliantly-colored fruit protectsyou against brain diseases and breathing problems.
Deep breathe for at least 5 minutes. Translates into less anxiety, better sleep, and less likelihood to pack on the pounds.
Drink a freshly made juice. Green juices are the powerhouses of nutrients that help your body heal and energize you all at once.
Soak in a warm bath. Helps relax your muscles and reduce pain levels.
Stop and smell the flowers. Slow downbe exposed to natural aromatherapy with relaxing, energizing, or therapeutic effects.
Life changing reasons to drink water.
Be less cranky.Dehydration can affect your mood.Think clearer and be happier by drinking more water.
Perform better. Dehydration can lead to weakness, fatigue, dizziness, and electrolyte imbalance.
Have less joint pain. Drinking water can reduce pain in your joints by keeping the cartilage soft and hydrated.
Lose weight. For those of you trying to drop some pounds, staying hydrated can serve as an appetite suppressant and help with weight loss.
Flush out waste and bacteria. Our kidneys need water to function properly.
Prevent headaches. Sometimes headaches can be caused by dehydration, so drinking water can prevent or alleviate that nasty head pain.
Feed your body. Water is essential for the proper circulation of nutrients in the body.
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