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Men’s Guide to Managing Health in Your 30s

Men’s Guide to Managing Health
Written by Nancy

“30” is generally considered to be the age when everything finally falls into place. You know where you’re headed, you know what you want, and you have the wisdom and experience to make the right decisions.

Unfortunately, the energy you enjoy in your teenage and early 20s begins to take a hit as you enter into your 30s. However, by taking early steps to look after your body, you can maintain your health and reduce the risks of several diseases that can affect the quality of your life.

Here are some health tips for all men to maintain their energy and enjoy (what many describe as) the best decade of their life:

1) Look after your bones

Whether you’re a man or woman, it’s essential to pay extra attention to your bones. Osteoporosis is associated with the weakening of bones, and as common as prostate cancer in men above the age of 50!

Besides causing severe back and joint pain, it alters your posture and restricts movement as you approach your senior years.

Bone loss in your 30s is minimal, but if you have a family history of osteoporosis, don’t exercise regularly, avoid smoking, and consider having your bone density checked. To maintain excellent bone health, you must have at least 1000mg of calcium every day along with vitamin D.

2) Watch how much you eat

Watch how much you eat

Weight-gain as you age is inevitable, if you don’t monitor your diet, or opt for a sedentary lifestyle. It’s natural for our body to burn fewer calories as we grow older and while exercise does help, you’ll also have to keep tabs on your calorie intake.

Eating smaller portions and exercising at the same time will help you shed those unwanted calories. Did you know the correct size of protein on a plate is about the size of a deck of cards? You’ll be shocked at the portion sizes you should be having.

3) Care for your heart

Cardiovascular health in your 30s sets the foundation for your health in the future. As we age, we’re more prone to heart disease. Just like any other muscle in our body, our heart begins to deteriorate over time. Our heartbeat decreases over time and the amount of blood pumped through our bodies with each heartbeat also reduces.

Interval training consisting of short bursts of intense exercises goes a long way in improving heart health. Avoiding high-cholesterol foods also prevents your arteries from clogging, and promotes heart health.

4) Manage prostate problems

Prostate issues are prevalent in aging men. Although only a small number of men below the age of 40 get prostate cancer; they have a greater chance of beating the cancer when it’s detected earlier.

Feeling the urge to urinate frequently, experiencing pain during ejaculation/urination and difficulty in having an erection are all early signs of prostate cancer. Do not ignore them, and visit a doctor immediately.

Consider using men’s health supplements that help maintain the health of your prostate.

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About the author



I’m Nancy and no, I didn’t always look like I do in that picture on the right. My foray into health and fitness began as a brace-faced, 16 year-old who was too afraid to wear a two-piece at the beach because I felt my body paled in comparison to my much more toned friends.

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