Old age usually brings along problems such as a slowed down metabolism and a greater tendency to put on fat deposits. A lot of it is genetic and there are also diseases and unique health conditions that can influence your ability to stay in shape without getting some serious exercise done.
For men, the changes are not that different than those that most women go through. Although men don’t have additional problems to deal with such as menopause, they still have to deal with weight gain, diminishing energy levels and impaired testosterone levels which can make them feel like they can no longer perform at the same level of strength and efficiency that they once had.
If you’re male and over the age of 40-45, you might already be experiencing some of these problems. Growing older is no picnic, and the problem of weight and increased fat can lead to obesity, diabetes, heart problems and high blood pressure – to name just a few of the health conditions you can face. Overweight can lead to muscular problems, as well as extra pressure on bones and joints. Added knee pain can require Knee on Trac services to help repair the injury.
As a result, watching your diet and exercising regularly has never been more important. A balanced workout routine combined with reduced alcohol and tobacco intake as well as a healthy, low-carb diet can help a lot in managing your weight and keeping you fit and healthy much longer than your doctor would normally predict.