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Health care in different age ranges

20 years old: crucial time for bone health
After women get 25 years old, the incidence of cervical cancer will increase. So after 25 years old, they should check it every 3 years. For men, 20-40 years old is when testicular cancer at its highest. high-risk men, Do not over-expose in the sun in order to avoid the deadly melanoma. 20 years old is the critical period for bone growth and consolidation. It is suggested to have sun bask in the sun for some time or supplement 25 micrograms of vitamin D. Avoid taking vitamin A at the same time of supplementing vitamin D so as not to hinder the absorption of calcium. One had better choose non-fat or fortified soy milk, low-fat yogurt, and calcium-rich low-fat foods, like tofu.

30 years old: have low-calorie diet
If you quit smoking at the age of 30, you would reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease to the level of non-smokers at the age of 50. Both men and women should pay attention to watching the weight and lose weight as soon as possible if too fat. At the age of 30, body energy consumption will be reduced by 7%. If you still keep the diet at the age of 20. There is no doubt that you will increase the risk of obesity. It is suggesed to replace snacks with fruits, nuts, yogurt. Women planning to get pregnant should supplement folic acid. 

40 control weight
Be more strict in maintaining body mass index (bmi) and waist circumference than at the age of 20. Check cholesterol and blood pressure regularly. Women should continue with contraception until menopause. Both men and women should drink no more than 2-3 cups of alcohol at a time. Appropriately cut down food intake.

50 years old: go swimming
Even there are no apparent symptoms, you should check the blood sugar. Men should pay more attention to prostate problems. It is also the time when there is high incidence of impotence and sexually transmitted diseases. Women should start to take breast cancer screening and do self-examination once a month for the breasts. Daily calorie intake should be controlled under 1400 calories every day. Major source of fat should be monounsaturated fatty acids which are good for the health of blood vessels. Food rich in lutein such as spinach, sweet corn, nectarine, guava and yolk to protect the eyes from macular degeneration.

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