Getting older involves change, both negative and positive, but you can enjoy aging if you understand what’s going on with your body and take steps to maintain your health.
Many different things happen to your body as you age. Your skin, bones, and even brain may start to behave differently. Don’t let the changes that come with old age catch you by surprise.
Many bodily changes are a natural part of aging, but they don’t have to slow you down. What’s more, there’s a lot you can do to protect your body and keep it as healthy as possible.
While maintaining your physical health is important to healthy aging, it’s also key to value the experience and maturity you gain with advancing years. Practicing healthy habits throughout your life is ideal, but it’s never too late reap the benefits of taking good care of yourself, even as you get older.
Natural changes begin to affect the human body as we age, changing an individual’s normal mobility, strength and flexibility. While these gradual changes can begin slowing you down, remaining physically active according to how you feel and are capable of can help keep the body as healthy as possible, and there’s several ways to achieve this. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.
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