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Monday, January 28, 2019

Healthy Lifestyle for Elderly

Hi Reader, Today we talk about Healthy lifestyle for Elderly. In my opinion, If you are adults or mature, everyone wants to stay fit. Do you know that people begin to increase weight as well as aging? Many women notice that they increase weight in the years leading up to menopause - or when menstruation ends - and losing extra weight is not so easy.
Especially for women, weight and obesity are major health problems. More than 80 percent of American adult women have weight or obesity.

Healthy Lifestyle for Elderly


Why should i eat better.?

To improve your health, making small changes is never too early or too late.
Being physically active and making healthy eating choices can help you reduce your risk for many chronic health problems as you mature. If you are overweight, obese, or inactive, you may be more likely to develop


  • Type 2 diabetes, or high blood sugar
  • high blood pressure
  • Kidney disease
  • heart disease
  • the strokes
  • Some types of cancers


Apart from improving your physical health, you can reduce stress and become a role model for family members and friends.

When you work to adopt a healthy lifestyle, your family and friends can be a great source of support. Being healthy is also important for them. Ask them to join their efforts. By making healthy alternatives simultaneously, you may have more flexibility and healthy eating.


Wait
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Wait ! if you think

It’s too late for me to get physically active.

It's never too late to start moving more You can be active at any age, and physical activity can help you manage conditions like arthritis and osteoporosis. Being more active can also help you


  • Stay flexible
  • Improve your balance, which can help prevent deterioration
  • Controlling high blood sugar, especially if you lose weight

fast walking is a way of your routine so that most people can safely increase the levels of their physical activity. However, if you have symptoms of heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, or obesity or health problems, such as dizziness or chest pain - talk to a health care professional before starting a more intense physical activity program. Try doing moderate physical activity for at least 30 minutes in most or all days of the week. Moderate activities are those that you can talk but can not sing, while doing it, like walking fast or dancing. These activities speed up your heart rate and breath.

Oh my God ! Some people say " i don't have enough time."

ok, okay..Well ! Physical activity can be doable and fun. Try to figure out what you really like to do. The more enjoyable your activity, the more likely you are to stick with it.
No matter how busy you are, there are ways to fit in physical activity of 30 minutes or more every day:

Rather than doing all this at once, spread the exercises throughout your day.
Set aside time to be active For example, after breakfast or dinner, make it a part of your daily routine.
Get up and walk Break on sitting on a computer or watching TV.
If you are sitting too much at work, then move around the block after taking your break, or if you are capable then climb the stairs outside or inside your building. Send documents to the farest printer from your desk so you can move forward to take them.

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