Aging will likely cause you to develop wrinkles and gray hair. But do you know how the aging process will affect your teeth, heart and sexuality? Find out what kind of changes you can expect in your body as you continue aging — and what you can do to promote good health at any age.
As you age, your heart rate becomes slightly slower and your heart might become bigger. Your blood vessels and your arteries also become stiffer, causing your heart to work harder to pump blood through them. This can lead to high blood pressure (hypertension) and other cardiovascular problems.
With aging, bones tend to shrink in size and density — which weakens them and makes them more susceptible to fracture. You might even become a bit shorter. Muscles generally lose strength and flexibility, and you might become less coordinated or have trouble balancing.
Loss of bladder control (urinary incontinence) is common with aging. Medical conditions, such as diabetes, might contribute to incontinence — as can menopause, for women, and an enlarged prostate, for men.
Shaking and trembling of the head and/or limbs, if not caused by Parkinson’s disease, sometimes stems from faulty action of the oral sphincter and the lower sphincters. This results in the other sphincters and muscles no longer being under control as well. This is a common problem in older people, and can be a very depressing condition.
Reports from people who have done Ring Muscles exercises suggest that it is possible to restore affected muscles to more of less competent action by means of these easy to perform exercises.
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