As you age, be careful with your eyes. You will naturally lose some of your eyesight as you get older but if you take the time to go for regular checkups and screenings, you may be able to catch any diseases that affect your sight and save any further deterioration.
Go to the next level when you are exercising. You actually need more activity as you age, in order to maintain your capacities. Take at least five 30-minute walks each week. Compliment this with a few weight lifting workouts a couple times a week. This will help keep your body fit as a fiddle, at a level which will help ward off other aging issues.
You can improve your skin as you age by staying away from makeup products like foundation or powder makeup. This makes your skin especially vulnerable as you get older when your skin needs hydration more than ever. Try to stick with lighter items including lip glosses, mascaras and eye pencils. Erect an anti-fraud shield. Older people are usually targeted by fraudsters looking to make easy money. Protect your identity by withholding your personal banking information whenever possible, destroying documents with your personal data and limiting access to your home to include only known individuals. This will help protect you from scams.
One of the best things you can do for your body is to have your blood pressure checked often. High blood pressure can be called ‘the silent killer’ because it is possible to have high blood pressure but not have any symptoms. Age will cause your cardiovascular system to slowly deteriorate, so it’s important to monitor these changes as you get older. With regular checkups, you can find any problems with your blood pressure before it becomes a severe problem.