Your Wellbeing at Midlife 3 What Exactly You Need to pay attention to


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Midlife is a time of transition, and many things will change, including your body. There are things you can do to help manage those changes and control your health as you age. Here, in a nutshell, are three things to focus. The remedy? Watch your diet, get regular physical activity and try to maintain a healthy weight—nothing new here.

And if you’re 45 and older, make sure you’re getting regular blood sugar tests at least every three years. Your health care professional may want to test you more often depending on your risk factors for developing diabetes. 11-20: You’re doing OK (ish), but you could do with a midlife health makeover. 21-30: Perhaps you think you are still in your 30s? 31-40: You know where you are in life, and enjoy it.

Your emotions are all over the place when you deal with a midlife crisis. You lose interest in things that you once loved to do. Your hobbies no longer sound appealing; everything seems boring for you.

Worse, your mind is unable to look forward to the future. You seem to lose your vision and put your. You focus on your kids, your hobbies, the parts of work that really feel meaningful, and you begin to kind of climb up that U curve of happiness,” she explains. “Through your. 1. Your Mental Health Improves. Faced with the transience of your existence, you realize that some things are not worth stressing about.

You become calmer and wiser, learn to accept the things you can not change. In fact, studies have shown that, as we age, responsiveness to regret decreases. [9] Therefore, our “emotional health” improves. 2. Midlife is the central period of a person’s life, spanning from approximately age 40 to age 65. It can be a stressful time, as many people come to feel discontented and restless as they struggle.

What you can do: Get active, drink plenty of water and focus on eating high-fiber foods. If those changes don’t work, a specialist from the Program for Abdominal and Pelvic Health at Rush can help diagnose and treat the problem. 3.

Age 40 is a good time to look into your numbers for blood pressure, cholesterol levels, blood sugar and body weight. “People need to know what their cholesterol. If you’re looking for ways to improve your memory, focus, concentration, or other cognitive skills, there are many brain exercises to try. Learn which evidence-based exercises offer the best brain.

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3: Avoid stress, learn to laugh, exercise, eliminate harmful drugs and alcohol, reduce red meat and sugar.

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important goals, expressing gratitude, staying optimistic, doing physical exercise and nurturing social relationships.

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Ill-health, anxieties, disappointments, Sorrow Happiness in home life, increase in assets, good health.

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Focus on the positive things I have—my son and daughter, my husband, my good friends, my job, my improved health.

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Physical Psychological Emotional Spiritual Professional Self-Care Self-Care Self-Care Self-Care Self-Care Eat regularly Eat healthily Exercise Get regular Take day trips or minivacations Turn off the phones.

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Successful aging: Focus on cognitive and emotional health.

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These include situations such as the death of a loved one, change in or loss of a job, beginning school, moving, marriage, birth of a child, divorce, the need to care for a family member who is ill, and other stressful situations.

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Health promotion addresses choices in behavior and practices that optimize health and well-being for the adult in midlife.

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I love this stage of my life: I have health and “juice,” joy, wisdom, and perspective; I have energy, vitality, clear-headedness, and strong bones.

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  • You can’t eat “as much as you want’ of anything that is calorically dense and expect to maintain weight and health. This sort of attitude is how you end up plumper than you’d like to be… Laci… Lookin’
     in your direction. 

  • I’m all on board with the Mediterranean Diet, except the reduced salt intake. There is a lot of science out now showing that there are no health benefits from reducing salt intake, and actually some health problems associated with reduced salt. Eat food that is seasoned to your liking.

  • I only like dark chocolate if it’s in Yourk peppermint patties.  Otherwise, it seems medicinal  tasting to me.  I guess the mint covers up the yuckiness for me. 

  • All of my family lives in Greece and they have all lived until their 90s and 100s and lived extremely healthy lives. No medical problems run in my family. I actually just got back from Greece yesterday feeling great!

  • It’s a shame they only monitored mediterranean diets versus the diet in the US, which is already proven to be below everage (with some exceptions ofcourse)… I would have loved to see a more worldwide informations about asian diets (which are also quite healthy and Northern European diets and much, much more. Still I try to eat as healthy as I can (with some exceptions ofcourse:P)

  • This needed to be controlled against other diets, such as the Far Eastern diet or the Northern European diet.  We already know the typical American Diet sucks.

    What about the fact that many of us are allergic to olive oil?

  • Anything is healthier than the standard American diet.  Low carb diets have also been found to be superior to the standard American diet, so by the same logic used here, you would be advised to avoid all sugars and starches or only have them sparingly and to not worry about fatty meats or butter.  Also this is more of a sensationalistic study rather than a serious one.  It doesn’t show a direct causal effect of any particular component of the diet nor does it factor in other non-diet variables which most certainly have an impact on health as well.  But the Mediterranean diet is very popular and trendy and offers a good contrast to the S.A.D.  Observational studies are not fit for drawing conclusions from, but rather developing hypotheses and doing further research, involving many double blind clinical trials. 

  • I hate how ignorant people are about food in general, everyone has a different opinion on what is healthy, and there is studies that back up each opinion, people should find a lifestyle that works for them. Some people say meats bad and being a vegan is the best way, studies show that is untrue, but studies also show that eating meat is bad for you. There is no point in arguing about what is healthiest when everyone’s opinion is backed up by research.

  • Love your channel. I watch you thru iTunes tho. And from the amount of crazy comments left here I think I’ll keep watching it there…
    MORE please!

  • I am greek and we generally eat that stuff when my mother cooks (but I don’t think 3 times a week fish, even if I like it sometimes). But when we go to local taverna, TONS of meet. Yeah! And feta cheese, gyros, bougatsa, my god greek food rules, I wanna go back on christmas! (Then again, I am not fit regardless:P)

  • “at least 7 glasses of wine per week” As much as people talk about the benefits of red wine I doubt that drinking any type of alcohol every day would give you anything other than adverse health benefits.

  • Amir I was overweight for years before losing weight, yet I worked out like a beast. I could have thrown you across the room. 3 times a week eating fish does not give you mercury poisoning unless you have the worst luck in the world. Dont tell people to get off their ass when you are sitting on yours posting stupid comments.

  • Plant based diet is far better. Go to website to learn more. I am not in any way affiliated with that website there studies are just based on good science. 

  • I don’t care so much about living years longer, but at least eating this way is doable and practical and fills you up.  I just wish to God I lived where I could see the Mediterranean sea while out walking after I eat the food, ha-ha.  No wonder the old folks there aren’t so stressed out.  They don’t have all the crap junk food to choose from so they end up eating healthy.