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Health Issues You Will Experience In Your 30's And Beyond + How To Avoid Them

Aging sure does its number on our bodies! If only we aged as beautifully as wines and did not have to worry about our bodies starting to fall apart. 

As we transition into our 30s, there are health issues that we are at a higher risk of experiencing – as the list of health issues only gets longer as we continue to age.

“My goal is to help people age better, age fitter, and enjoy their old age. We’re all going to get old. You can’t stop that

Meredith Warner, MD

Weight Gain

Several factors can contribute to a sudden increase in weight. Statistically, as we age, we are doing less physical activity compared to when we were younger. That, in turn, reduces our muscle mass while increasing excess fat in our bodies. Our metabolisms start to slow down. For women, this can be fast-tracked when menopause hits. 

For both men and women, hormones that normally promote lean body mass are also decreased with aging.

Skeletal Health Concerns

With age also comes a weaker skeleton. As our bodies grow older, they begin to reabsorb old bone tissue at a much faster rate than our bodies can create new tissue. 

This condition is osteoporosis, which can lead to an increase in bone fractures and breaks. Osteoporosis is not exclusive to women, men get this too. Also, if you receive steroid injections or take steroids, you may have osteoporosis too.

Arthritis is also another common condition that affects the joints in our bodies. 

Our joints are naturally cushioned by a combination of fluid and cartilage that, as we age, wears down to the point that our bones are scraping against one another. 

Arthritis usually starts in the fingers, wrists, knees, and hips.

Arthritis is due to a combination of genetics and chronic inflammation from lifestyle and environment. The constant attack of inflammation on our joints and bones results in conditions like arthritis.

Heart Disease

Our circulatory system is one of the hardest working systems in our body. The heart is at the center of its operation.

The heart pumps, on average, 100,000 times a day to process what would amount to 2,000 gallons of blood every day. No - we do not have that much blood in our bodies. Our heart is working nonstop to recirculate the 1.5 gallons that we do have.

But the heart is like every other muscle in our body. It can get weak and strained too. When this happens, it can lead to heart attacks or strokes, especially if you already have problems with your blood pressure or cholesterol levels, which play a large role in the heart’s health.

Read More: How Vitamin C May Reverse Heart Disease


In the United States, more than 25% of people over the age of 60 have diabetes. While diabetes can develop at any age, the risk increases with age. Even more are believed to have pre-diabetes.  

Diabetes is a serious health condition that develops when your body becomes unable to regulate levels of glucose in your blood. 

Unmanaged diabetes can lead to deterioration in the eyes, kidneys, nervous system, and increase the risk of heart diseases.

Weakened Immune System

Immune systems naturally weaken as we age, thus making common colds and the flu easier to catch and can result in deadlier complications such as pneumonia. 

Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs that causes inflammation and fluid build-up in the alveoli, air sacks, in your lungs. 

Recovery from pneumonia gets harder the older you get. 

Many immunity dysfunctions of the elderly are due to nutritional depletion. Because of this, it is essential to supplement needed vitamins and minerals.

Take Preventative Measures

safeguard your health as you age

You can prepare your body for old age by compensating for the natural deficiencies and deterioration that occurs with aging by maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Make sure to get a proper amount of exercise and maintain a healthy diet.

The best way to prepare your body for aging is to add a multivitamin supplement to your daily routine. Our Advanced Connective Tissue Support Multivitamin with PEA, Vitamin C, and more contains clinical-strength vitamins to help support your health as you age.

Our CBD Multivitamin is also a great option to support your body’s ability to manage bone health, muscle strength, and improve immune function.

This multi also contains high-potency sources of essential vitamins and minerals – with Broad Spectrum CBD for an added anti-inflammatory boost!



Dr. Meredith Warner is the creator of Well Theory and The Healing Sole. She is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon and Air Force Veteran.

She is on a mission to disrupt traditional medicine practices and promote betterment physically, spiritually and mentally to many more people. She advocates for wellness and functional health over big pharma so more people can age vibrantly with more function and less pain.

At Well Theory, Our surgeon-designed products are FDA Registered and formulated to help people:

  • Manage the symptoms of musculoskeletal pain
  • Recover vibrantly from orthopedic related surgeries
  • Fill the gaps in our daily diets
  • Manage pain associated with inflammation

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