4 Must-Know Tips to Staying Healthy & Fit At Any Age

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Check out 4 must-know tips for staying healthy at any age and prepare now for what’s to come in your future!

It’s time to face the facts, my friends: we can’t stay young forever. Well, not physically, anyway! Young at heart and mind, sure! Mentally, I feel like a 25-year-old in many ways! Unfortunately, physically, my body likes to remind me in no uncertain terms that I am not in my 20s anymore. As we get older, our health and wellness needs change. While we can’t stop time from moving forward, we can prepare for the changes ahead and soften the blow a bit. Whether you’re still in your 20s, just entering your 30s, or climbing well into your 40s, there are plenty of things you can do to stay on top of your physical and mental health. If you’re caring for older parents, these tips are great for keeping them sharp, too!

Tips for Staying Healthy As We Age

 

1- Keep active: staying active is one of the best things you can do for both your body and mind. I love completing a daily Sudoku and weekly crossword to keep my mind fresh. When it comes to the body, it’s important to be prepared for possible foot pain that keeps you from being active on your feet and eventually slows you down. It’s easy to forget how much shock your feet absorb. Scholl’s® Pain Relief Orthotics for Plantar Fasciitis can help with the pain from aggravated and inflamed tissue in the foot. With a little preparation, you’ll always be ready to get back on your feet and maintain your active lifestyle.

Check out 4 must-know tips for staying healthy at any age and prepare now for what’s to come in your future!

 

2- Think about eye care now: the increased time we spend in front of screens for both work and play, not to mention dry indoor air, can really do a number on our eyes and dry them out; moreover, in Canada our eyes are also susceptible to environmental conditions like cold or dry weather. As you age, more and more people get dry eyes due to hormonal changes and medications to name a few. Be it indoor, outdoor or aging reasons, always be prepared when you’re on-the-go and your eyes are feeling dryer than usual with hydraSense® Eye drops, a new line of eye drops that provides long lasting relief of dry eyes. The product contains a clinically proven naturally-sourced lubricant and is preservative free.

Check out 4 must-know tips for staying healthy at any age and prepare now for what’s to come in your future!

 

3- Consider your diet: over time, you might find that you and your loved ones’ appetite changes. As we mature, our caloric needs change too, and working with a doctor or dietician can make sure you and your loved ones are getting most of what you need from your diet. Speak to your doctor or dietician to make sure you’re getting the essential macro and micro-nutrients needed for your overall health.

 

4- Thinking big includes your heart: thinking about overall health maintenance includes thinking about being prepared for a heart attack. Do yourself and your family a favour by learning the signs, and keeping ASPIRIN® 81mg in your home or bag/purse. If you think you or someone you love is having a heart attack, call 911 and chew 2 ASPIRIN® 81mg, it may help save a life.

Check out 4 must-know tips for staying healthy at any age and prepare now for what’s to come in your future!

Taking a proactive approach to health can help keep your whole family feeling fit for years to come.

This post is sponsored by Bayer. To make sure these products are right for you, always read and follow the label.

 

19 thoughts on “4 Must-Know Tips to Staying Healthy & Fit At Any Age”

  1. Staying healthy is important at every stage in life. For so many, they wait until something big happens before they get healthy. I say the sooner the better.

  2. It is scary how so little of us know what the signs and symptoms of heart attacks are so I agree that it is so important that we get acquainted with the symptoms. I agree that it is also important to keep active x

  3. The Blonde Diary Channel

    Great reminder to take care of ourselves! Definitely agree with staying active mentally as well as physically and taking care of our bodies.

    xoxo,
    Gabi

  4. I love that you mentioned doing crossword puzzles and Sudoku. My grandfather lived to be 96 and always had the New York Times puzzle of the day open on his dining room table. I’m sure it was one of the things that kept his mind sharp. x

  5. A very helpful hints, as you mention not only for kids but for all ages. Staying active really plays a big role — being active physically and mentally keeps the simulation of our mind and body.

  6. I also do a daily Sudoku! Definitely helps me keep my mind alert. I think that a healthy diet and staying active are the key to living a long and healthy life.

  7. Staying healthy is of paramount importance and a lot of the time its good to have a healthy lifestyle as this will keep ilness at bay or to a minimum.

  8. Being active is the only thing that will make you stay healthy and strong. I agree that we need to go for regular check-ups to diagnose any heart condition. Great tips!

  9. Won’t say anything about product. But I will say about write up. Even in future, I will be living alone for a few years. SO I will use your tips for myself so that nothing feels overbearing for me.

  10. Great tips, basic yet truly helpful – not just healthy but life-saving. Aging is inevitable, so thinking and planning contingencies would be wise.

  11. I love your tips, so very true. I try to do all of them except Ive never thought of keeping asprin on me, what a good and simple idea!

  12. Really great post. Even though I am not antique but I am getting older and I know that I need to get healthier. I try to move everyday even if i’m not feeling the greatest and taking vitamins.

  13. Thanks for these tips. I’m 59 and definitely interested in being around for a few (lot) more years! I’m working #1-3; I have aspirin at home, but hadn’t thought of keeping some in my purse! Thanks for the suggestion!

  14. I’m 37… While not old I feel like I’m not a spring chicken either. I recently decided to finally lose weight, exercise, and eat healthy. It’s a BIG change but I’m sticking with it.

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