Once you clock 50 years and above, there are new life style which you have to start living in order to live long because nature has made it in a way that “As you keep adding years to your age, so will your body will keep decreasing in strength and power.” What you eat at your tender age that does not harm will affect you now that you are growing up as an old man and woman.
Medicaly, ageing is define as the process of growing old or developing the characteristics associated with old age the process involves increased susceptibility to age-related diseases and a decline in physiological vigour.
Moreover, According to gerontologist, say that age and aging have at least four dimensions. The dimension most of us think of is chronological age, define as the number of years since someone was born. A second dimension is biological aging, which refers to the physical changes that “slow us down” as we get into our middle and older years.
The truth is that, once you are healthy then the chance of you living long is very high because from there longivity is assured. In this article, there are certain things I want you to know and start practicing to make you stand well even as you are growing older.
The following Are Things You Should Start Doing To Live Long.
Do Eat Good Nutrition.
Good nutrition can boost immunity, fight illness-causing toxins, keep weight in check, and reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, type-2 diabetes, bone loss, and cancer.
Also know that eating a variety of foods from all food groups can help supply the required nutrient which one needs as they age. A healthy eating plan can be fruit, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat or fat-free dairy; includes lean meat, poultry, fish, beans, eggs and nuts; and is low in saturated fats, trans fats, salt (sodium) and added sugars.
Start Doing Some Exercises
Those who engage themselves in jogging, running, swimming and other kinds of exercise hardly sick because most of the toxic substances in the body are excreted from the body during the process.
Adult who exercise daily or most time tend to have improved immune and digestive functioning, better blood pressure and bone density, and a lower risk of Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, obesity, heart disease, osteoporosis, and certain cancers. Enhance your mobility, flexibility, and balance.
Start Taking Water Often.
Drinking water is very good for your body because it enable you to digest Fast, it Lower your temperature sometimes, supply strength to your body and make you look young and healthy.
Water helps to keep the urinary tract and kidneys healthy. When fluid intake is reduced the risk of urinary tract infections increases. Inadequate hydration is one of the main causes of acute kidney injury. More are still water benefits on the body of anyone most especially adults.
This article is strictly for the adults whose age is beyond 50 years. Please endeavor to share this life saving article in order to save many lives out there thanks.
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