Moving upwards on the age spectrum is not something that most of us over the age of 25 look forward to. However, we can’t stop the clock from spinning. After you reach the hump of 30, you’ll start to notice some changes in your body.
Weight Loss Will Be Harder
One big complaint that many in their 30s start to have is the decreased ability to move their body weight on the scale as they used to. As you get older, your metabolism starts to slow down. This creates a barrier that you’ll have to work around to lose weight on the scale. Be prepared to deal with a decrease in muscle gains as well.
More Body Aches
Many individuals will start to complain of more daily body aches after they turn 30. This isn’t surprising as we tend to spend more time in stationary positions and are under more stress than we were in our earlier years. Seeking the help of a chiropractor can be beneficial to alleviate pressure on the nerves of the spine that may be causing you pain. Also, a great daily exercise program will help to keep your body aches to a minimum.
One of the physical changes that we all ignore until it happens to our body is gray hair. In your 30s, you’ll likely notice some gray hairs popping through. The most obvious areas for these hairs are on the scalp and around the chin area for men. One place people don’t really think about having gray hair is their pubic region. However, there will likely be some gray hairs popping up down there throughout your 30s.
Slightly Less Bladder Control
The sad truth is that aging sucks. You’re going to lose a little control over your bladder as you age. You may have noticed that a couple of drops escaped during that last sneeze. It’s okay. It happens. While you won’t lose all control over your bladder, do expect to lose a little bit here and there when you are doing something strenuous to the body. Sneezing, coughing, and an overly bendy yoga move can all be culprits.
Aging is a natural part of life that we all go through. Instead of turning a blind eye to the changes that may come, it’s time to learn about them. The more you learn about the changes that your body undergoes and why, the better you can prepare yourself for dealing with those changes.