Lifetime Personal Health

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  • Physical Examination Regularity Change

    Physical Examination Regularity Change
  • Entering my 20's

    Entering my 20's
  • My 30's

    My 30's
  • My 40's

    My 40's
  • Physical Examination Regularity Change

    Physical Examination Regularity Change
  • My 50's

    My 50's
  • Physical Examination Regularity Change

    Physical Examination Regularity Change
  • My 60's

    My 60's
  • Exiting my 60's

    Exiting my 60's
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    Physical Examination Recommendation

    Every 5 years between 18-39 years of age a physical exam in recommended. These include checking your height, weight, blood pressure, a brief check in, and overall discussion alongside scans and other careful examinations.
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    In your 20's...

    Be active for around 30 minutes per day. Weight-bearing exercises are key to avoiding osteoporosis later in life. Sign up for a basic health insurance plan. Pick a doctor you can keep for life and start scheduling regular visits. Establish an exercise program.
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    In your 30's...

    Follow your physical exam recommendations. Get a full cholesterol panel test every year. Get your blood pressure checked at least every two years. Get your blood sugar tested regularly. Get a clinical breast exam at least every three years. Check a skin cancer screening as a part of your routine checkups. Get a pelvic exam yearly. Pap tests should occur every three years. Continue to eat well, get adequate sleep and exercise regularly. Start saving for retirement if not already.
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    Physical Examination Recommendation

    Every 2-3 years between 40-49 years of age a physical exam in recommended. These include checking your height, weight, blood pressure, a brief check in, and overall discussion alongside scans and other careful examinations.
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    In your 40's...

    Continue your screenings from your 30's at the same rate. In addition, get a mammogram annually as you enter your 40s. Sit up at least once an hour, and more if you can. Start diversifying in your exercise. Think about flexibility and strength training activities. Keep an eye on your calorie intake. Load your plate with oestrogen-mimicking foods. Eat brightly covered fruits and vegetables.
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    Physical Examination Recommendation

    Every 1-2 years for those 50 years of age and older a physical exam in recommended. These include checking your height, weight, blood pressure, a brief check in, and overall discussion alongside scans and other careful examinations.
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    In your 50's...

    Continue your screenings from your 40's at the same rate. Discuss with your doctor if you are at risk of osteoporosis. Possibly start osteoporosis screening. Start getting colorectal cancer screenings. Perform weight-bearing exercises 30-60 minutes at least 3 times per week. Be active every day. Ever week you want 2.5 hours of moderate aerobic and 1.25 hours of vigorous-intensity activity. Eat lots of nuts. Cut back on carbohydrates and sugar. Eat more wholegrain. Increase intake of calcium.
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    In your 60's...

    Continue your screenings from your 60's at the same rate. Between ages 65 and 70, you can discontinue cervical cancer screening if you have had more than three consecutive normal Pap smears. Strive to be physically active 60 minutes a day. Team up with others to go on walks. It might give you more motivation! Work on your balance so your risk to falling can reduce significantly. Include more fruits, vegetables, and wholegrain. Use herbs and spices.