Men’s Health: Fighting fit at every age

We can’t help aging, but we can help aging gracefully. Throughout the different stages in your life, there’ll be various things to keep an eye on as your mind and body begin to change.

If you’re one of the men out there looking for ways to look after yourself that little bit better, whatever your age, you’re in the right place.


Look after your skin

High testosterone levels in our 20s can result in oily skin, clogged pores and spots. Keep skin clear with a good skincare routine.

A cream cleanser will remove sweat, oil and dirt from the skin without drying it out, whilst a good exfoliator will slough off dead skin cells for a smooth complexion. Don’t forget to moisturise to keep skin nourished! Read up on the ultimate male skincare routine here.

Monitor your mental health

Mental health issues most commonly develop in men in their 20s, and sadly, they’re more common than you think. Be sure to pay attention to warning signs, seek help when you need it and mostly, make time for yourself.


Eat right

Remember the good old days when you could eat whatever you wanted without consequence? They’re becoming a thing of the past.

Metabolism slows in your 30s, so lay off the greasy takeouts and make sure you’re getting lots of nutrients to control your waistline. Taking a daily multivitamin or superfood supplement such as acai or maca can work wonders.

Hit the gym

Muscle starts to waste away in your 30s, so give it a helping hand with regular visits to the gym. Struggling for energy? Yerba mate tea contributes to resistance against fatigue and may also help maintain a healthy body weight - bonus!

Lifting sessions will help to build muscle and give you a stronger, leaner appearance. Squat bench press and incorporate high-intensity training for endurance - your older self will thank you for it!


Love your heart

Heart disease is the number one killer of men in their 40s and 50s, and occurs when the heart’s blood supply is blocked by a buildup of substances such as fat in the coronary arteries.

To help keep your heart healthy, eat a healthy, balanced diet, stay physically active and definitely stay away from the cigarettes.

Keep an eye on your prostate

The prostate is a small gland found only in men, and is prone to enlargement and other problems as you start to age. Luckily, there are several things you can do to keep it healthy, including all the points mentioned above.

It’s important to drink lots of water, and there’s even research to suggest that the antioxidants in green tea can support prostate health. Taking prostate formula capsules containing vitamins and nutrients such as zinc citrate, selenium and vitamins C and E may also help.

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March 22, 2019 by Rio Health