What to do to live healthy

As the age progresses, concerns about our health increase, and when we are young, we begin to comply more with health precautions and live healthy rules.

What we do at any age for a healthy live and healthy aging is like bricks placed on a wall built over the years. The more solid we lay the foundations of this wall from the 20s onwards, the better our health will sit on solid foundations.

Preventive Care Rules for Women

Age of 20s

Twenties are considered the most fertile years of women. So it is important to take good care of yourself in these years. If you exaggerate the lifestyle factors such as smoking, drinking, diet, insomnia and stress at this age with the ease of your age, you may see the effect on your overall health in the future.

Age of 30s

Over time, the natural density of your bones decreases. It’s normal. If you start exercising during these years, you can support the formation of the necessary bone density. However, if you neglect this period, which is important for bone formation, you may need to struggle further to maintain your bone mass later in life.

Age of 40s

Forties are an important period to avoid health problems in later life. Keep your healthy life habits in your 40s. If you haven’t learned these habits, it’s time to start!

Age of 50s

Some health issues that you need to focus on after 50 years of age are bone health, heart health and preventive screening. Many women go into menopause in their fifties. After menopause, there is an increased tendency to bone loss, which may lead to osteoporosis. In addition, as you get older, your immune system generally weakens. Consult your doctor for recommended vaccines with weakened immunity.

Ages 60 and Over

One of the best ways to maintain your mobility is preventive health care. Having your health checks and the necessary tests on a regular basis allows your doctor to detect medical problems early without causing greater problems and making treatment difficult.

Preventive Care Rules for Men

Age of 20s

Visit your primary care physician. Schedule everything you need to follow to get a good routine and take your next appointment while you’re gone and mark it on your calendar.

Age of 30s

Do you know your family’s medical history well? This is the time to research what issues you may be at increased risk. Find out which diseases you are at a higher risk for and what you can do to reduce them. By focusing on your parents, siblings and family, you can predict these diseases more or less.

Age of 40s

Be sure to eat five kinds of fruits and vegetables every day. Plan your diet daily in advance and choose as much healthy food as possible.

Age of 50s

Middle ages are often a stressful period for men. You may now need to find ways to get rid of your stress by taking regular exercise, yoga, meditation or stress management classes. In addition, as the age progresses, the immune system generally weakens. Ask your doctor for recommended vaccinations.

Ages 60 and Over

One of the best ways to maintain your mobility is preventive health care. Having your health checks and the necessary tests on a regular basis allows your doctor to detect medical problems early without causing greater problems and making treatment difficult.

Healthy Aging Rules for All Ages

Sleep well at night (7-9 hours).
Do not smoke, do not drink excessive alcohol.
Follow a healthy and balanced diet with lots of fruits and vegetables.
To prevent dental diseases, brush your teeth daily, use dental floss and go for a regular dental examination.
Have regular check-ups, follow-up examinations and go to a specialist.
Ask your doctor which scans and vaccinations she recommends.
Have your blood pressure measured.
Exercise regularly, but consult your doctor before starting a new program.

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