Significant health problems are more likely to emerge in our forties, fifties, and beyond. As a result, the years preceding up to this point are critical. What we eat and how much we exercise today will have an impact on our health tomorrow.
Here are some signs you should never, ever ignore:
1. Poor Digestion
You’re in the midst of a period of transition in your 30s. Perhaps you’re taking on more responsibilities at work while still raising a family, and you’re finding it difficult to strike a balance. Add to that the physical changes that come with this decade of life. For starters, your metabolism — the rate at which your body burns calories — begins to decline in your 30s. This opens the door to a slew of health complications.
2. Weight Gain
The first step is to change your diet. This could include eating more home-cooked meals, taking probiotics, and avoiding typical gut irritants like dairy and gluten. Balancing our stomach is not a one-size-fits-all undertaking, and we should experiment with various physical and mental ways to achieve a healthy, happier belly brain.
3. Decrease in Bone Density
Maintaining a healthy weight requires an exercise regimen that includes cardiovascular activities such as walking, running, biking, or swimming, as well as eating a well-balanced nutritious diet that is low in saturated fats, high in fruits and vegetables, and low in processed and junk foods.
Make sure your diet is high in calcium, a mineral that helps to maintain bones and teeth strong and healthy. Stay active by doing aerobic weight-bearing workouts (jogging, dancing, for example). Strength training (lifting weights) should be done two to three times a week.
5. Ageing Skin
The longer you are exposed to the causes of these memory gaps, the more long-term harm is done to your brain. It’s terrible that we often think of dementia as a ‘sudden’ condition. The truth is that it takes years of brain injury before symptoms appear.
Using gentle cleansers and moisturizers and exercising caution when exposed to the sun will help you look your best. To protect your skin, you must use sunscreen every day, no matter where you reside. Even forgetting to apply sunscreen on occasion might have a long-term impact on your skin.
If you receive early prenatal care and maintain healthy lifestyle behaviors, you are more likely to have a normal pregnancy and a healthy baby. For more information, consult your doctor.