How Your Metabolism Changes in Your 20s, 30s

Woman’s  life is that where changes take place all the time. Every woman should know about it that a female body gets a change in every 7 years. Specially your 30s are a time when reality can truly bite them : it is that phase of time when your youth is officially over, and you are overburdened with a lot of responsibilities and you are mount between work, child rearing, older parents, and financial concerns.
You may not feel or look much different than you did a few years ago because you will feel many health changes occurring in your body. These changes are a normal part of growing older. You may feel like you're slowing down a bit—or you could feel like you're in the prime of your life.

It’s also a time when a mostly woman is going through the depression because may be their married life is not going well or may be they are being dominated by their husbands. The 30s is that age where some of the women get married  or they have already got married .So basically, because of this, changes takes place eventually . As we know these days woman are getting addicted to alcohol which is surely not good for their health as female are supposed to give birth to their child.

Do you Know how your Health is Changing?

By the age of 35, a woman’s fertility also starts to drop off and you may even begin entering early (perimenopause : physiological stage menstruating women go through when approaching menopause) , which can cause mood swings, sleep disturbances, and/or anxiety. Fibroids (benign uterine tumors) and endometriosis (a condition where the uterine lining migrates to other internal organs) are two conditions that are also more common at this age, and both can cause pain and heavy bleeding. At the age of 30s, many women begin to gain a few pounds their metabolism slows. One of the more common stresses among women in their 30s is finding time to stay fit.

It seems like all of that stress - from keeping up with work, relationships, or your children - would keep you active enough! Maintaining a fit, strong, lean body will make you less prone to weight gain and loss of muscle mass and tone. Not to mention that regular physical activity can decrease your risks of heart disease, diabetes, and the symptoms of stress and depression.

Your skin may seem a bit duller and you may be developing fine wrinkles into your 30s. That's because new skin cells don't form as quickly as they used to. This is a normal part of aging, and will continue throughout your lifetime .

You may notice some shifts in your body weight .This is the main problematic thing which every female usually face at the 30s.

In your 30s you start to experience gradual bone and muscle loss. This can slow your metabolism and lead to weight gain, especially if you don’t increase exercise or make dietary changes. This is also a decade when many women begin having babies, and not everyone has an easy time shedding the weight post childbirth.

How Will you be able to Stay  Fit and Fine at your 30s?

Proper Exercise:

If you want to stay fit and fine you need to do some hard work for your own sake to stay healthy , it's important to have physical activities you should get involved in exercise program that includes ; walking, jogging, biking or swimming, and to eat a well-balanced healthy diet, low in saturated fats, full of fruits and vegetables and light on processed and junk food. Yoga and Pilates could also help, as the stretching exercises elongate the muscles and support the joints.

Proper Diet:

To stay healthy you need to take proper diet. Decisions you make, like whether to smoke or not, what sort of foods you eat, and how much physical activity you fit into your life, may make or break your health. So try to make it proper eat healthy and good food. Good nutrition means eating a balanced diet. Poor nutrition is just the opposite, and it can lead to a myriad of health problems. Nutritious eating isn't that difficult. It comes down to basics you probably already know. Eat a varied diet that includes plenty of 100 percent whole-grain products, vegetables and fruits, and reduce your intake of saturated and trans fats, sugars, and salt.

“It is health that is a real wealth”

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