Middle life crisis members only

Came across this and thought we should know for the mid-life crisis members. I forwarded this to @FieldMarshal CouchP via the email and he hasn’t shared. Don’t know he is an “information hog”. So let’s dig…


[B]As we grow older, say from 40 years up to 65. There is nothing better than a total life style change to preserve us and keep us healthy.

After 40 if a person still wants to keep living like a child, he or she might not make it passed middle age. If however such individuals make it, while living like children, then they might suffer a lot of health problems as they age.

One of the first things someone over forty years should consider, will be a life of moderation.

Drink moderately, eat healthy and wisely, sleep enough and don’t deprive yourself of sleep because of partying, hanging out and all such youthful desires and occupations.

Regular exercises should not be missed. Because at the age of forty and above the vital organs of a human being will need some aiding to function properly through exercising.

Any man or woman who after 40 still consumes alcohol like a little boy or girl and indulge freely in all the things he or she did at age 20, or say 25, does not understand that the body is no more the same as it used to be.

Many deaths, stroke, erectile dysfunction issues, heart problems, etc, that occur amongst middle age people today, can be avoided if people of this age group will just embark on a life style change.

I have seen friends, neighbours and relatives who like me are middle agers but suffer like old men, die untimely, play with so much Viagra because of erectile problem. This ought not to be, life style change is the answer.

At middle age a lot of changes takes place in us, living us not as strong as we use to be before, therefore we can’t put unnecessary pressures that only youthful bodies can take, on our aging bodies.

Eating time should be reduced to 7pm, because anything after 8pm is poison to the system of a middle aged person. Red meat should be substituted with white meat. Sugar, iced cold water, lots of salt, should be avoided. Load up on high-fiber fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Your whole digestive system does slow as you age, so fiber is very important. Consume fiber-rich foods such as whole grains, fruit, and vegetables. They will help you feel more energetic and give you fuel to keep going.

Regular check up on our blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, breast, prostrate and so on will be very helpful.
Bless you all fellow middle agers, we have gotten to that stage when we don’t think of every other person and leave ourselves unattended to, think of yourself more now, you need you to stay well.

After the age of 50 one may experience many types of illnesses. But the one I am most worried about is Alzheimer’s. Not only would I not be able to look after myself, but it would cause a lot of inconvenience to family members.
One day, my son came home and told me that a doctor friend has taught him an exercise using the tongue. The tongue exercise is effective to reduce the onset of Alzheimer’s and is also useful to reduce/improve
1 Body weight
2 Hypertension
3 Blood-Clot in Brain
4 Asthma
5 Far-sightedness
6 Ear buzzing
7 Throat infection
8 Shoulder / Neck infection
9 Insomnia
The moves are very simple and easy to learn. Each morning, when you wash your face, in front of a mirror, do the exercise as below:
stretch out your tongue and move it to the right then to the left for 10 times
Since I started exercising my tongue daily, there was improvement in my Brain Retention.
My mind was clear and fresh and there were other improvements too.
1 Far sightedness
2 No giddiness
3. Improved wellness
4. Better digestion
5. Lesser flu / cold
I am stronger and more agile.
The tongue exercise helps to control and prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Medical research has found that the tongue has connection with the BIG Brain. When our body becomes old and weak, the first sign to appear is that our tongue becomes stiff and often we tend to bite ourselves.
Frequently exercising your tongue will stimulate the brain, help to reduce our thoughts from shrinking and thus achieve a healthier body. [/B]


Happy new year as you make your resolutions hope the above is one of them



Niko 40 but hiyo midlife crisis ni yenu africans

Mayai ngapi kila wiki ndio zinaleta cholesterol?

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Wueh. Ni vizuri umezeekazeeka bila kutombana. Kufa na hiyo mbegu yako mbaya.


@Abba si utulie mzae…kila post unaweka manze iko depressing yaani

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sawa daddy

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This goes too well with the Thione Seck i’m currently blasting from my phone speakers.


On aging, Mimi naona kukosa usingizi ndio itaniuwa. I don’t drink, I eat well, I gym regularly but ikifika wakati wa kulala… Life’s too lit to be sleeping more than 4hrs.

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wewe hufanya tizi gani kwa gym ? tuanzie hapo

I play basketball 2- 3 times a week. And weights 3x a week if I remember to.

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Good advice @Abba , although hiyo ya tongue exercise, am not sure if it works, younger folks herein will laugh at us:D

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Everything in moderation

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Unafanyia kwa Choo sio public areas :smiley:

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And you can’t sleep with all this? Sasa mimi sijui. @Luther12 saidia

Cholesterol is a very important molecule by the way, and your body is capable of synthesizing it. A lot of the hormones that regulate sex & reproduction, among other body processes, are cholesterol based. As with all things in life, when it comes to eggs, moderation is the key.


Ticking time bomb. Tembea hospitali. Start by restricting use of gadgets with screens (Tv/ phone/ comp) within 2hrs of bedtime. That blue light interferes with sleep. And if you’re like me, it must be cool (not cold or warm), quiet and dark for me to fall asleep.


Hauna watoto dagitari hard to sleep with them around

My new year resolution is to have better routines and better discipline. Nikijaribu hiyo nishindwe I’ll come for my Ambien Rx. I’m planning on reading only paper books and magazines before bed.

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Udongo uwahi ungali maji. Children best respond to an enforced routine.