arcopenia: Aging is the name given to the weakness of the muscles that surround the human frame. And this is a scary situation. Let's learn about "Sarcopenia" by reading "Use Your Body's Functional Muscles Slowly."
1: Cultivate the habit of standing within yourself, don't sit still. And if you have the guts to sit down, don't lie down.
2: Remember that losing weight after the age of 50 to 60 is impossible. And in these situations, especially when your stubbornness to lose weight is not based on exercise at all, and you believe that eating less will make you lose weight: remember that if the muscle is damaged by movement, it will be irreversible.
3: Do you get knee pain from running, cycling, or climbing?
If you've never exercised before and now you think doing something like running, cycling or climbing will hurt your knees:
Try to strengthen your muscles by developing the habit of running, cycling, or climbing in accordance with the health or degradation of your muscles. Your knees won't hurt, but it will take a lot of effort at this age. Remember, whether or not you have knee pain depends on the condition and strength of your muscles.
4: If an elderly loved one or acquaintance has been admitted to the hospital, prevent him from resting too much, lying down, or sleeping too much.
Lying down for a week can cause up to 5% muscle damage. And elders can never undo the damage done.
5: If you think that you have forbidden the elders of the house by seeing them do something, then you have become too subservient, or if you have scolded the maid and forced her to take on the responsibility of the elders, then you, as the elderly have become very conscious! Experience has shown that an elder who is cared for by employees loses muscle and mass very quickly.
6: Do not always do the same type of exercise every time you go to the park. Don't limit yourself to shaking your hands if you can afford to shake your legs. For balanced health, you should also do horizontal exercise and movement of other exercise equipment.
Because as much as a person moves, all the muscles of his body are also activated.
Many elders have also found to have difficulty swallowing things. And the reason for this was nothing else than their lack of different types of exercise. Such people have seen who were unable to cough and died because they could not expectorate the phlegm after coughing.
7: Sarcopenia is more dangerous than "osteoporosis-weakened bones and prone to breaking easily."
With osteoporosis, you have to be careful not to fall. While suffering from Sarcopenia, you not only lose the color of life but also suffer from blood sugar due to poor and negligible amount or performance of muscles.
8: In Sarcopenia, leg muscles are lost first because when a person is confined to sitting or sleeping, the lack of movement of his legs affects the grip and stiffness of the leg muscles, and in fact, this is the main defect.
Don't make your diamonds fragile. Have them squat 20 to 30 times a day. This touching does not mean putting the feet on the ground. Rather, it refers to touching, like sitting on the feet of a toilet on the ground. You can do this exercise sitting on your chair, get up from the chair and sit again in such a way that as soon as your hips touch the chair, you stand up again.
Did you know that Taiwan has provided the best health services to its people with insurance, yet an average Taiwanese spends at least eight years in a wheelchair before dying of old age? After that, on stage, the Sahib falls asleep and embraces death.
Do you compare the health benefits offered by your government and find whether you are insured or guaranteed to spend eight years in a wheelchair in your old age? While you know very well that your health standards and guarantees are unspeakably poor. The only solution is to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of Sarcopenia.
Take the stairs, run, run, cycle, climb, and do any exercise that keeps your muscles from gradually weakening or dying. Everyone who wants to spend their old age with good and quality health:
Keep moving; keep your muscles from wasting away. Aging starts at the feet and works its way up.
Always keep your legs moving, and keep them strong. As our age is increasing and we are getting older and older daily, we must keep our feet strong, active, and energetic at all times.
As we get older, we should never worry about why our hair is turning gray, why our skin is sagging, or why our face is getting wrinkles.
Among the signs of "longevity": the famous American magazine "Prevention" about how to live a long and fit life summarized that strong leg muscles are the most important and necessary. Please continue daily
If you don't move your legs at all for just two weeks, your leg strength will lose the equivalent of ten years. All you have to do is walk.
Research from a university in Copenhagen, Denmark, has shown that if people, both old and young, do not move their legs for two weeks, their performance decreases by a third, which is cognitively 20 From is equal to 30 years old age. All you have to do is walk.
When the leg muscles are weak, it will take time to heal or improve, no matter how many treatments or exercises are done to rehabilitate and restore them. Just keep going. Exercise is just walking as it is essential.
The weight and burden of the entire body are on the legs, and the legs depend on themselves. Feet are pillars; after all, they also carry the whole load. All you have to do is walk daily.
For your interest: 50% of a person's muscles or bones are in both legs. You have to keep those strings moving.
The largest joints and the strongest bones in the human body are also in the legs. Make it a habit to walk 10,000 steps a day.
The strongest bones, longest muscles, and flexible joints of the iron triangle are the most important weight-bearing roles.
70% of the human body's activities and heat-burning work requires both legs of the human body.
Do you know? A young boy or girl's thighs are big enough to lift a small car weighing up to 800 kg.
The feet are the center of movement of the human body.
Both the human legs contain 50% of the nerves, 50% of the blood vessels, and 50% of the blood flow of the human body. And it is the largest circulatory network of blood supply that connects the body. You just keep going daily.
Blood flows easily when the feet are healthy, so people with strong leg muscles must have a strong heart - you just keep walking. Here again, that old age runs from the feet upwards.
As a person gets older, the speed and accuracy of the transmission of instructions between the brain and the legs decrease, in stark contrast to when a person is young.
In addition, the so-called "bone-fertilizer calcium" will sooner or later be depleted over time, making the elderly more vulnerable to bone fractures.
Bone fractures in the elderly can easily trigger a series of complications, especially fatal diseases such as cerebral thrombosis.
Did you know that more than 15% of elderly people die within a year of a hip fracture? Take a walk on a daily basis. Even after the age of 60, do not delay at all in terms of leg exercises.
Although our feet/legs will also age slowly over time, exercising and continuing to exercise our feet/legs is a lifelong task. Make it a routine to walk 10,000 steps a day.
By simply strengthening the legs regularly, one can prevent or slow down further aging. Make walking compulsory 365 days a year-
Please walk for at least 30-40 minutes daily to ensure that your legs are getting enough exercise and to keep your leg muscles healthy.
Aging is inevitable as everyone is getting older daily. However, share this important information with all your 40+ friends and family members for good and healthy aging.