Type of Exercises and Medications to Consider When Turning 40

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Written by Sophie Addison

Forty is the age of wisdom, maturity, resilience, and improved instinct. Thus, turning 40 must not be something to fear but something to be celebrated and enjoyed because it took years of struggling and discovering oneself to finally reach this point. 40 is also an age when someone must make important health decisions to maintain a healthy body that can cope with their everyday lifestyle. These decisions include which vital physical exercises and medications to start for the body’s well-being in the long run.
Health challenges of the 40's:
Health wise, turning 40 witnesses some health challenges that need to be addressed and worked on. Some of these challenges include vision decline, unsteady blood pressure levels, hair loss, and muscle mass loss. While some of these challenges can be checked and controlled, others like loss of muscle mass that can lead to joint pain need a drastic change to improve the body’s resistance to such issues.
Turning 40 and joint pain:
Joint pain increases beginning at the age of 40 and up. While there might be different causes for joint pain, exercising is the number one agreed medical prescription for healing. Therefore, making time for exercise in the daily routine of people aged 40 and above is no longer a luxury, but rather a necessity.
Aquaflexin connection to exercising:
Besides exercising, there is yet another important ingredient for 40+ health, which is the use of Aquaflexin. It is a natural source medication to treat joint-related disorders. Users of Aquaflexin can feel more comfortable doing exercises without having to worry about pain endurance. The active ingredients of Aquaflexin are Hyaluronic Acid, Paractin, and Magnesium Stearate. It is a medication designed to relieve joint pain, stiffness, burning, and inflammation.
Unlike other medications, the pro of Aquaflexin is that it treats the root of joint pain problems and provides a lasting solution. This is achieved by cutting off the inflammation signals from the brain and lubricating dry bone joints, which consequently improves joint flexibility to enable users to do sports or other physical activity. That is exactly why taking Aquaflexin is useful for people in their 40s who are thinking of starting exercising.
Importance of exercising to joint pain relief:
Going back to sporting, there are many benefits gained by regular exercising for joint pain relief and improvement. Some of these benefits are:
1-    Reducing joint inflammation
2-    Increasing body’s pain tolerance
3-    Strengthening the muscles around the joint area and improving the blood flow to joints
4-    Increasing the production of endorphins, which is the substance responsible for pain reduction (endorphin also puts the mind in a better frame)
What are the “must do” exercises for joint pain relief and improvement?
Joint pain should not be used as an excuse for not exercising. On the contrary, it’s the reason one should get up and start. The following are exercises that one should never forget to do in his/her 40’s:
1-    Walking
There is nothing as easy and refreshing as a daily walk to relieve joint pain. Unfortunately, due to the very nature of today’s working environment that lacks movement, people are forgetting the importance of walking until it’s too late. That’s why walking provides an easy solution for everyone since it can be done at anytime and anywhere.
2-    Swimming
Swimming is as good as walking, as it’s a great exercise for joint relief and muscle stretching. Swimming is also regarded as a safe exercise that can be done by almost everyone. Three times a week and for 30-60 minutes is the recommended routine.
3-    Sculpting
Interestingly, working with weights is proved to be good for joints because it strengthens the muscles while also reducing the strain on joints.  Sculpting the body is good for boosting muscles mass, which is particularly important for people in their 40’s. It is recommended to sculpt for two or three times a week and gradually increase the intensity.
4-    Biking  
For those who are not restricted by severe damages caused by rheumatoid arthritis, biking minimizes the jolting effect experienced by traditional jogging.

5-    Meditating (Yoga)
Yoga is another low-impact exercise like walking and swimming. There is nothing more relaxing and refreshing than doing yoga. It is good for joint flexibility, balance, and function as a whole.
6-    Pilates
The importance of Pilates on joints lies in its ability to strengthen and improve control of muscles, especially those muscles responsible for posture. Participating in Pilates courses eventually reduce joint pain.
7-    Home exercising
There are a lot of things that one can do at home without having to enroll in gyms or group session exercising, such as doing balance exercises, gardening, or simply using a chair to move from sitting to standing positions.
40 is the age for a quality life
In short, there is no need to worry anymore about turning 40 when the means and information are available for everyone to remain healthy and enjoy life to the maximum. The availability of medication and the possibilities to include sports in people’s lives are two essential means that must never be forgotten. Everyone reaching this splendid age deserves to have a quality of life that is promising of many more accomplishments to achieve.
Author Bio:
Sophie Addison is a beauty and health expert and loves to write on health information. She is an independent health and beauty researcher. She is 28 years old studied Medicine from University of Washington, apart from this she enjoys gardening and listening music. She has written numerous articles on beauty care, skin care, weight loss tips, yoga and many more like this. You can also contact her on Facebook and Twitter.


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