Reasons For Premature Body Aging
Have you ever felt that your body is betraying you and you feel like you can’t do nothing about it? Well,you are wrong. There are many things you can do to reverse premature body aging process.
First,you have too find out what is causing those processes.
Due to your overweight status,your joints suffer the most. Ankles, hips, knees and your lower back are the target and you are not able to maintain your daily routines.
As you gain 1kg of weight, you add 5 kg to your knees. Can you imagine the pressure? Schedule immediate daily movement and you can understand why premature damage in weight-bearing joints occurs.
Loss Of Lean Muscle Mass
Loss of lean muscle mass and strength affects major part of older people. By being not physically active,you can lose 3 to 5 percent of muscle mass per decade after age of 30.
It will affect your look and the way you move. Even active people experience some muscle loss. You can prevent or reverse sarcopenia with adequate protein intake, consistent exercise, optimizing hormone levels (including DHEA, testosterone, and growth hormone), as well as reducing oxidative stress and inflammation.
Simply put: diet, supplementation and exercise play a big role here.
Your spine should have an S-shaped curve from the base of your skull down to your sacrum. This shape prevents overdue pressure on joints, inter-vertebral discs and certain muscles.
Sitting and being sedentary can reverse or alter these curves and invite pain into your life.
How your posture is, also depends on your oxygen levels. Insufficient oxygen level results in poor muscle metabolism and creates pain.
For example, bad sitting can lead to low lung capacity level, while normal sitting is OK. Also, if you have a good standing posture it will give you better oxygen supply then poor posture standing.
Bottom line: you need more oxygen in your body!
As you have read earlier about how obesity impact your joints, you can now see what is the importance of good body weight.
Most people develop joint failure from arthritis or arthritis-related conditions like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, or lupus. Joint failure and arthritis are intimately connected, creating inflammation that leads to pain, aching, swelling, and stiffness.
If you do loose some weight, some of these symptoms might just go away.
All of these issues are being risk factors for sedentary syndrome that affects movement and pain management. The lesson to be learned here it to start moving more frequently.
Once your overall mobility improves, you’ll want to strengthen your body with a more formal exercise program and burn some serious fat with high-intensity training.
And this is one of the ways to get better-GET MOVIN’ and avoid premature aging!