If you have a man in your life and he is nearing 30, or he’s already there, both you and him should be prepared for some changes to start occurring pretty soon. The fact is that this is a decade when a lot takes place, and the more ready for it you and he both are, the better off you will be individually and collectively. In this post, we’ll take you through four of the things that men can generally expect to happen in their 30s, and how to make sure he is preparing for them as best as he can.
One of the first things that will happen as a man enters his thirties is that his flexibility will decrease. This might happen gradually, but nonetheless it’s something that you will need to be aware of and to watch out for, as it can lead to injuries if he is not careful. The best solution to this is to ensure that he takes up some kind of flexibility practice such as yoga. A daily or even weekly yoga practice could be sufficient to keep him limber right through this decade and beyond.
Although this doesn’t happen to all men, most men will find that they experience some degree of hair loss in their thirties and beyond. Some men might even have started noticing this earlier than 30, but by 30 if a man has male pattern baldness, you can be pretty sure the signs will begin around now. It might be that he doesn’t care and doesn’t want to do anything about it, which is fine. If he does, search for the best hair loss treatment and see if he wants to give it a go. He might find that this helps his confidence.
Around 31 or 32, your man will be at the peak of his health in general, and especially when it comes to physical stamina. Because of this, it’s a good time to try and keep active as much as he can, and you might want to think about supporting him in this way by exercising together. Soon enough, his stamina will decline, so it might be a good idea to get ready for that – and it’s an especially good time for him to start getting regular health checkups if possible, too, just in case anything starts to go wrong.
Finally, this is the decade when most men are most likely to start putting on weight. Weight gain happens at this time partly because most men are going to be less active on the whole, and because diets can change as a result of an increasingly stressful lifestyle. Your man needs to make sure he keeps the pounds off as much as he can at this time, which is easily achieved by improving his diet and ensuring he keeps on exercising.
If he is ready for these changes, they will not be quite as surprising, so be sure to talk about them together.