Timetoastim

Lifetime personal Health

  • 20s

    20s
  • 20s Healthy Eating

    20s Healthy Eating
  • 20s Physical activity

    20s Physical activity
  • 20s Preventive health care

    20s Preventive health care
  • 20s Special topics of concern

    20s Special topics of concern
  • 20s routine Health Care

    20s routine Health Care
  • 20s Health tips

    20s Health tips
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    The physical peak: 20s

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    20s Healthy eating

    Eat a healthy diet to keep a healthy weight and reduce the risk of heart disease and chronic diseases such as diabetes. My diet should consist of fruits, veggies, whole grains, lean protein and low or low-fat dairy. I should limit fast food and processed foods. The nutrients protein, calcium, potassium, healthy omega 3 fat and folic acid are all important for my health.
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    20s Physical activity

    At this age, I should exercise regularly and get enough sleep. It is recommended to exercise 30 minutes per day to build strong bones and get enough sleep. Sleep is a very crucial habit that helps benefit health.
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    20s Preventive health care

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    20s Special topics of concern

    -Make sure to go to the specialty doctors for personal health issues.
    -Understand your sexual health to prevent STIs and HIVs (get screening).
    -Take care of your mental and emotional health.
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    20s Routine health care

    -Medical check up- 2 years
    -Gynecological exam, breast exam and Pap test- 2-3 years
    -Dental exam- 6-12 months
    -Eye exams- once a year
    -Immunization
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    20s Health tips

  • 30s

    30s
  • 30s physical activity

    30s physical activity
  • 30s Preventive health care

    30s Preventive health care
  • 30s Health tips

    30s Health tips
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    30s!

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    30s Healthy eating

    My diet should consist of vegetables, fruits, whole grain, lean proteins and low or low-fat dairy. Iron, folic acid, calcium, potassium, B vitamins, Vitamin D, fiber and healthy omega 3 are also important. I should also reduce my sodium intake. If I am obese or overweight, I should be aware thet having a healthy diet can help me lose weight and that if I don't act, I have an increased risk of chronic medical conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease arthritis and cancer.
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    30s physical activity

    I should exercise 30-60 minutes per day, or most of the week as well as receive 6-8 hours of sleep. Because this age is when most people are building there lives up, if necessary, I can take a 30 minute nap through out the week.
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    30s Preventive health care

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    30s routine health care

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    30s Special topics of concern

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    30s health tips

  • 40s

    40s
  • 40s Healthy Eating

    40s Healthy Eating
  • 40s Physical activity

    40s Physical activity
  • 40s Preventive health care

    40s Preventive health care
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    Hello middle-age: 40s!

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    40s Healthy eating

    I will have the same diet as in my 30s because my body would need about the same amount of nutrients.
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    40s Physical activity

    It is important to get at least 30 minutes of exercise per day and a good sleep. This would keep my body healthy and will help decrease the risk of diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
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    40s Preventive health care

    By keeping healthy habits that I had in the 30s, I can help prevent chronic diseases.
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    40s Special topics of concern

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    40s Routine health care

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    40s Health tips

  • 50s

    50s
  • 50s Physical activity

    50s Physical activity
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    Come on success!: 50s

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    50s Healthy eating

    Fruits, veggies, lean proteins, healthy fats, whole grains, fiber, vitamins and minerals are all part of an important diet when you are in your 50s.The cut back on sodium and unhealthy fat is also important because at this age, I am more susceptible to chronic health problems. Without the metabolism I used to have, keeping a well proportioned meal is a good idea.
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    50s Physical activity

    It is important for me to get 30- 60 minutes of exercise a day. Challenging my mind is also important, which I can do by talking to friends, doing a hobby or joining a club. Getting enough sleep is also important because with out a decent amount of sleep, it can increase health risks.
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    50s Preventive health care

    -Don't smoke
    - Reduce stress- increases risk for heart attack, stroke and can speed up the aging process
    - limit 1 alcohol beverage per day
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    50s Special topics of concern

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    50s Routine health care

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    50s Health tips

  • 60s

    60s
  • 60s Healthy eating

    60s Healthy eating
  • 60s Physical activity

    60s Physical activity
  • 60s Preventive health care

    60s Preventive health care
  • 60s Special topics of concern

    60s Special topics of concern
  • 60s Routine health care

    60s Routine health care
  • 60s Health tips

    60s Health tips
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    Begin our golden years!: 60s

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    60s Healthy eating

    I should consume 4-5 servings of fruit and veggies, 3 servings of fiber rich, whole grains, 2-3 servings of low or low-fat dairy and 46g of lean meats and proteins. This diet can help keep a healthy diet, which can help my health and mood.
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    60s Physical activity

    It is important to get at least 30 minutes of physical activity per day. This can help limit obesity, as well as keep you active.
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    60s Preventive health care

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    60s Special topics of concern

    Increase risk of:
    - Heart disease
    - Arthritis
    - Type 2 diabetes
    - Osteoporosis
    - Some cancers
    - Benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH, men)
    - incontinence
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    60s Routine health care

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    60s Health tips