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The trouble with getting old is that you start to feel as if your body is breaking down. Aches and pain can be a normal every day event in your golden years. However, some people seem to live relatively pain free as they get up there in years. The following are five preventative measures you can take to be one of these pain free individuals.

Walk Every Day

Walking is one of the best exercises you can do as you age. Not only is walking low impact, but it can do wonders for helping you get synovial fluid into your joints. This will keep your knees and elbows from being in constant pain as you age.

Take Care of Your Teeth

Nothing can hurt like a tooth ache or a painful gum line. By engaging in preventative dental care, you can do a lot to improve the longevity and health of your teeth to keep your mouth pain free. One thing you should do is take vitamin D3 and K2 on a regular basis, because they both help to regulate your use of calcium. Also, k2 can effectively kill off periodontal disease and reverse cavities.

Lose Weight

If you really want to take the aches and pain out of your knees and feet, then losing weight is a must. The more weight you carry around, the more pressure and stress you place on your lower joints. By simply shedding those unwanted pounds, you can help your body avoid the pain that attacks a lot of elderly people in their feet and knees.

See a Functional Chiropractor

One way to really stay fit and pain-free is to work with a functional chiropractor. More than a regular chiropractor, a functional chiropractor is a doctor who specializes in nerve health. By getting your nervous system functioning optimally, this can erase aches and pain all over your body. Sometimes it is a matter of simply getting the right spinal manipulation to undo years of frustrating pain.

Use a Squatty Potty

The way most people use the bathroom can be damaging to their colon. A Squatty Potty helps to orient your body in the right posture to defecate without fighting the design of your colon. This also helps you to eliminate more effectively and prevent painful colon problems as a result.

Conclusion

There are all kinds of things you can do to eliminate pain in various areas of your body. The more things you do to help your body now, the longer you will live pain free in the future. However, the important thing to remember is that by incorporating at least one preventative measure at a time, this will go a long way towards keeping your body in a happy healthy state for years to come.



By Kara Masterson
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Biography: Kara Masterson is a freelance writer from West Jordan Utah. She graduated from the University of Utah and enjoys writing and spending time with her dog Max.

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