How to increase your physical stamina at the age of 40?

Change to a healthier diet.

There are some changes in your stamina when you reach the age of 40 and your eating habbits contributed a lot to these changes. Eating the right food is essential. You should know and review the food groups to follow a healthier diet suited to your age. Try a low-carb diets.

Low-carb diets limit the number of carbohydrates a person eats. Instead of carbs, people focus on eating proteins, healthful fats, and vegetables. This will help you to maintain low sugar level to avoid diabetes and other inflammatory diseases causing pains to your body.

Change your sleeping schedule.

Here are 7 ways to work your way back to a good night’s sleep.

1. Get right with the light. One of the best ways to fix your sleep schedule is to plan your exposure to light. Have 8 hours of rest.

2. Practice relaxation.

3. Short naps.

4. Get daily exercise.

5. Avoid noise.

6. Keep it cool.

7. Be comfortable.

Change your activities.

Avoid stressful activities and engage into light and moderate activities that will relax your mind and body. Develop hobbies like gardening, walking and zumba dancing that will help you to maintain your physical strength in a moderate activities. Have a daily routine exercises to make your body fit to work.

Change your goals in life.

Make God your main priority. Live your life with God’s purpose. Engage in your church community activities to see that purpose in your life. Volunteering will make you heart find true happiness and added value to your life by helping other people.

Health will be another good priority more than your business or career. Money is easy to earn but your health is costly to restore when you are inflicted with sickness.

Value good relationship to your family and friends. Maintain good communication and connection to your family and friends.

Change your bad habbits and remove vices.

Don’t over work.

Don’t over eat and drink.

Don’t smoke.

Conclusion

Love your body and take care of it today for tomorrow your body will take care of you.

At the end of the day, we will all die but the life we live to the fullest with God is the best life to live.

Make God be the center of your life and you will live longer and that life is worth living.

Published by rodriggs

Volunteer Missionary, Mission Mobiliser, Cultural Anthropologist, Business Consultant, Blogger, Life Coach, Traveler, Prayer warrior, Foodie

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