Beat the aches and pains of age

Hello everyone!

“It’s just age!” How many times have you said that in response to any back niggles or pain? Do you struggle to take the stairs or walk very far without becoming breathless? Age isn’t always the problem.


It’s true; ageing does change our bodies. But it doesn’t have to be responsible for all our aches and pains. Sometimes, your lifestyle is to blame. With a good diet, regular exercise routine and enough sleep, you can make a difference in your health, keeping you fit and mobile - helping you beat those pesky aches and pains.


Read some of the ways you can start fighting the signs of ageing by taking better care of your health.


chiropractor examining arm joint of female patient
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Get your body moving

Exercise might feel like the last thing you want to do when you’re dealing with aches and pains, but have you researched the benefits of getting your body moving? Even if you haven’t exercised in a long time, it’s never too late to start. There are exercises that can benefit everyone, helping you build up your fitness and engage in movement that could put those niggles to rest. 


Start with something gentle, like yoga or walking. You can evolve your routine as you get fitter, making it more challenging.

Work on your strength

Strength exercises are very important for helping your muscles stay mobile and strong. But many people neglect strength in their fitness routine. Adding some simple weight-based or body exercises can give your muscles what they need to grow stronger, making your daily activities easier and hopefully preventing those pains that have been holding you back.

It is not necessary to spend hours in the gym to see results! Even short exercise videos can help you improve your strength and fitness. 

Seek help to address your issues

Instead of accepting age as an excuse for what you’re feeling, get some help for any problems you’re facing. A visit to the Chiropractor Trophy Club can help you get treatment for common back, neck and shoulder problems, as well as a wide range of other health issues. They may find an underlying cause for your issues and use different techniques to help - it really can make a difference! 


If you’re faced with a particularly serious or persistent issue, be sure to pay your doctor a visit to help you get a diagnosis and treatment.

Hospice care is also a valuable resource for individuals facing pain and discomfort, especially during the final stages of life. Hospice teams are comprised of skilled professionals, including doctors, nurses, and pain management specialists, who are dedicated to providing holistic care. If you or a loved one is struggling to cope with pain, hospice care can offer tailored pain management strategies, including medications and therapies, to enhance comfort and quality of life. 

Eat a healthy diet 

Never underestimate the benefits of a healthy diet to help you stay fit and healthy. A diet rich in proteins, alongside healthy portions of fats and carbohydrates, can help you maintain a balanced diet that will give you what you need. You may also want to consider some supplements such as Omega-3s, to help you maintain healthy joints. Eating freshly prepared dishes free from excess sugar, salt and fat, can make a big difference to your health, while still allowing you to enjoy your favourite foods. It’s time to ditch fast food and constant takeout and save them for a special treat instead.


Staying healthy as you get older is essential. It can keep you stronger for longer, ensuring your body can cope with whatever life throws at it. There are many signs that your health isn’t as good as you think and aches and pains are certainly up there. Take them as a warning to do more to boost your health, and reap the benefits by feeling more energetic, stronger and more capable each day. 

Talk soon,



I'm a vegan with a passion for sustainability and clean, cruelty-free products. I mainly write lifestyle, wellness and self-care articles. Since I'm a true crime enthusiast, sometimes I also write about true crime and post videos on my two YouTube channels.


Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment! If you ask a question I will answer it asap. – Cosette

  1. It's so important to keep your body moving to avoid getting the aches and pains of age! x

    Lucy Mary

    1. Absolutely! Regular physical activity not only helps to prevent aches and pains, but it also improves flexibility, strengthens muscles, and promotes overall well-being.

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