Here in an interview with Anthony Zanos at Radio station 2RE, I ask some very important questions.
Also, our ageHAPPY workshop is coming up and I am so excited to be presenting it …24th
October, 2019 at 6.30pm here at 54 the Lakes Way FORSTER. It’s so
important to book yourself. phone 6557 6333 to reserve your seat.
Well, I turned 64 and nothing changed …. Or did it?
What happens when we age?
Muscle loss – can start in your 20’s
Laugh lines and crow’s feet – is your 30’s too soon? And what about age spots in your 40’s?
AND joint pain – I know for a fact that the 60’s is the time
for this to happen.
Do you feel (or look) like you are aging too fast?
What happens when you get older –
Your blood vessels and arteries become stiffer
so your heart needs to work harder to make sure your blood is pumped through
(circulation issues, blood pressure issues)
Your skin gets drier and less supple and we end
up with wrinkles and age spots and saggy bits.
Your bones can lose strength and make you more
susceptible to fractures
You get shorter because you lose moisture out of
your discs …
Joints too become stiffer as we become less
You could have issues with your bowel and
bladder – leading to urinary incontinence or constipation.
Hormones fluctuate which can cause loss of
libido for both men and woman
If you are overweight you will have a higher
risk of issues like diabetes, heart disease or cancer.
Greater potential for stroke so you could have
Interestingly men don’t deal with changes like
woman do. After 50 woman’s rate of depression, anxiety and suicide actually
decrease as they tend to develop coping skills and create social networks.
beyond our control or does our mindset and what we expect have something to do
less agile and balance can become an issue
next post we will talk about why these things happen and offer some solutions …
Also, our ageHAPPY workshop is coming up and I am so excited to be presenting it …24th October, 2019 at 6.30pm here at 54 the Lakes Way FORSTER. It’s so important to book yourself. phone 6557 6333 to reserve your seat.