An active sex life during middle age can help strengthen relationships and help us live a longer and healthier life. Here are a 5 significant benefits to having a healthy active middle age sex life.
Going on vacation but still want to say on your fitness plan or diet plan? We want to help you to stay on track even when you aren’t on your normal healthy midlife routine. We have 10 tips to get you through so you will have plenty of energy and come back from vacation rested and the scale will still in your favor.
As you enter middle age, screenings are important for early detection of deadly diseases. You can make sure your doctor is requesting the proper health screenings if you keep them updated on your family history.
Middle age is the time to start paying closer attention to ongoing health. Health screenings can detect ailments and diseases well before they become a life limiting issue. Learn what tests health experts say people over 40 should be requesting.
Diabetes seems to have become a fact of life for many middle age people. Even with diabetes, you don’t have to give up all of the foods you love. Here are three interesting facts about foods and diabetes that might surprise you.
Learn 4 simple diet steps that can help you minimize the aches and pains associated with aging.
We can eat the same and exercise the same but once we get into our 40’s women start to gain weight if they don’t start eating less and exercising more. I found some information on why that happens and what we can to to combat the midlife changes that happen over 40.
Life is all about choices. In order to have a healthy midlife you have to make more good choices with eating, exercising and attitude and fewer poor decisions. When you are over 40 and over 50, these choices become even more important for over all health.
Growing an herb garden can help you to cook healthy meals and including the herbs can also benefit your health. Read here about the benefits of herbs in your daily diet.
Look in the mirror and what do you see? Taking a moment to talk about where you might be in the midlife health scheme of things.