Find out our top ten health tips depending on your age

Top ten health tips for everyone

Different age groups need slightly different types of care to keep healthy. 

Read this to find out our top ten health tips to stay healthy at any age:

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  1. Get plenty of sleep
  2. Get plenty of vitamins, preferably from food, not supplements
  3. Get regular check-ups
  4. Exercise your body
  5. Exercise your mind and stay social
  6. Brush and floss regularly
  7. Walk frequently
  8. Drink plenty of water
  9. Get plenty of proteins
  10. Manage your stress


  1. Watch what you eat and drink
  2. Look after your teeth
  3. Stay active
  4. Get regular check-ups
  5. Get a vitamin boost
  6. Take care of your feet and hands
  7. Sort out your sleep
  8. Take the tests
  9. Stay in touch with people but avoid people who are ill
  10. Don’t give in to stress


  1. Do what you enjoy
  2. Join clubs, volunteer, stay active and social
  3. Maintain healthy sleeping habits and avoid napping in the day
  4. Avoid coffee, tea and cola
  5. Be aware of dangers inside the home and out to avoid falls
  6. Exercise regularly
  7. Carry out activities to exercise your brain
  8. Eat plenty of fruit and vegetables
  9. Drink plenty of water
  10. Maintain an active sex life

Eighty and ninety

  1. Take plenty of walks
  2. Practice resistance activities to strengthen bones
  3. Get plenty of Omega-3 for brain food
  4. Stay social, have fun with friends and family
  5. Stop smoking or drinking
  6. See your doctor and follow their orders
  7. Ask for help if you need it
  8. Sleep well
  9. Exercise your brain and memory
  10. Eat a healthy diet and drink plenty of water

As well as the top ten health tips, here are some symptoms to watch out for if you suspect the following ailments.

If you are suffering from these, take care of yourself and see a doctor:

Ailment Symptoms
Blood pressure Headaches Shortness of  breath Nosebleeds Chest pain
Diabetes Increased hunger / thirst Increased urination Extreme fatigue Blurred vision
Cholesterol Nausea Shortness of  breath Extreme fatigue Chest pain
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Jennifer Leighfield

Jennifer Leighfield, born in Salisbury, UK; resident in Malaga, Spain since 1989. Degree in Translation and Interpreting in Spanish, French and English from Malaga University (2005), specialising in Crime, Forensic Medicine and Genetics. Published translations include three books by Richard Handscombe. Worked with Euro Weekly News since November 2006. Well-travelled throughout Spain and the rest of the world, fan of Harry Potter and most things ‘geek’.


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