Track whether or not you get short of breath while walking. This could be walking down the street or it could be walking up stairs, but you struggle to make it the whole way without gasping for air. It could be asthma or a cold, but it could also be a sign your heart is in trouble. Fluid that builds up in the left side of the heart can cause coughing. This is easily treatable and, once you get it fixed, chances are promising that you’ll never experience it again. While exercise promotes a healthy heart, don’t wait to get this symptom checked out. It could save your life.
Premature death is nothing to take lightly. In fact, it’s something to take very serious. Think of all the more years you could see your grandkids—your great-grandchildren. They deserve the fantastic person that you are, so take preventative steps to ensure they have that opportunity. And, this is your future too. Cherish every minute of it.
Most of our body’s fat takes up residency around our stomach. This is where our digestive system and our intestines are located. It’s also where we feel the most bloated. Bloating often occurs when we eat too much fat, too much sodium or have a lack of healthy foods in our diet. But there ways…
Eye health is crucial at any age. It’s vital that we eat these superfoods to help keep our eyes healthy for as long as we can. I’m not promising you won’t ever need your glasses or contacts ever again, but these foods are at least a step in the right direction. They’re going to keep your eye sight strong for as long as you’re healthy. That should be worth committing to the healthy diet. These foods are going to keep us young and that’s what we want after 60—to feel youthful.
Heart disease is serious. It takes people we love years before we’re ready to say our good-byes. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Take these preventative measures and you can be well on your way to living a long and healthful life. You can make the most of your life without heart disease. It’s worth fighting for your life.
Who says life stops after 60? Nobody should ever say that. You’re starting a new chapter in your life and you deserve to live it well. With all these tips, you’re going to be on top of your game and feel youthful every day.
Are you experiencing mood swings, the jitters or tired? These are all signs of caffeine withdrawal. You have drank so much soda that your body has become dependent on it. It’s become conditioned to having caffeine to get through the day—and this is not a good way to live. Let these withdrawals come and then ease yourself off of caffeine.
High blood pressure is not a joking matter. It’s nothing to ignore or put off until a rainy day. Your body is sending you signs that you need to get to the doctor. Avoid a heart attack or stroke; live out the rest of your years with your family–knowing you took preventative steps to avoid high blood pressure. It sneaks up on you but don’t let it scare you. Stand up and fight against it.
There’s no way getting around it. Alzheimer’s Disease is an illness that debilitates the person that has it, but there is hope. A healthy diet and exercise can help prevent Alzheimer’s Disease. Also, crosswords are the only word puzzle that have been proven to help to prevent it.
From the moment we’re born, we’re receiving vaccines. Our infant vaccines usually include chicken pox and mumps. When we get older, we may get vaccines to leave the country or enter into higher education. But vaccines don’t stop with this season of life. As we keep aging, there are vaccines that those over 50 years old should consider. Check all of these off your list and you’re likely to be much lower risk of encountering these illnesses, if at all.