Changes in the human body become apparent with aging
The human body changes daily but not every person notices the change immediately. People often think that there are no changes because they are healthy and have no pain. As a result, the Bright Side portal has singled out some changes that are not immediately noticeable but become apparent with age.
- Early youth – the first period that is important to emphasize is the period from 15 to 20 years of age. Young people of this age are energetic and almost never think about aging. But even in that period, changes are happening. Bones stop growing, collagen production decreases, and wisdom teeth begin to grow. Some people lose their wisdom teeth at the age of 16, while some do not grow up at all. Most of the world’s population gets wisdom teeth from 15 to 20 years of age.
- Middle-aged- some people over 30 have the appearance of a person over 20 which is good. However, the external state does not necessarily reflect the internal state because changes begin inside the organism. Muscles relax, shrink and replace with fat. They are no longer elastic and lack collagen. Experts say that every person, although he looks good and is in good shape, should still start exercising. If sports and exercise are absent the muscles look bad after a period of time even in thinner people.
- The beginning of the aging of the organism – some scientists believe that the body develops by the age of 38. Then aging begins. The changes occur quickly and include: decreased number of nerve cells, accumulation of fat in the body, impaired vision, increased sensitivity in the bones and joints, and increased blood pressure. That is why experts believe that it is important to maintain some physical activity even if it is a small exercise.
- Actual age — by age 60, the human body has changed considerably since youth. Appearance largely depends on the lifestyle of each person. It is therefore possible that some people already have damaged brain cells, stomach or heart, as well as other problems and poor memory. Older people are advised to train their memory and brain daily (or often) (reading, crossword puzzles, crossword puzzles, chess, socializing, etc.). Other changes include a change in voice, thinning bones (causing people to become shorter), weight loss, slower wound healing, and slower breathing and digestion.