Stage of Ageing



    Hi everyone, the stages of ageing, for those over 60, is a really exciting topic. Therefore, I want to talk about addressing women’s unique challenges and opportunities when they reach this important 60 landmark.


    Embracing Early Retirement (60s-70s)

    During the stage of early retirement, which typically occurs between the ages of 60 and 70, women may experience various physical changes as a result of the natural ageing process. These changes can vary from person to person, but some common physical changes that often occur during this stage include:




    STAGES OF AGEING:        

     1. Muscle Mass and Strength Reduction:

      • Muscle mass tends to decrease, leading to reduced muscle strength and tone.
      • This can result in a decline in overall physical strength and stamina.
      • 2. Bone Density Loss:

      • Bone density may decrease, increasing the risk of osteoporosis and fractures.
      • Women may need to focus on bone-strengthening exercises and consider calcium and vitamin D supplementation
      • Joint Stiffness and Pain:
      • Joints may become stiffer and less flexible.
      • Arthritis and joint pain may become more common.
      • Regular low-impact exercises and stretching can help maintain joint mobility

      • 3. Slower Metabolism:

      • Metabolism tends to slow down, making it easier to gain weight.
      • It may be necessary to adjust dietary habits and exercise routines to maintain a healthy weight
      • 4. Changes in Vision and Hearing:

      • Vision and hearing changes can become more noticeable.
      • Regular eye and hearing check-ups are essential for maintaining optimal sensory function.
      • 5. Skin Changes:

      • Skin may become thinner, drier, and less elastic.
      • Wrinkles and age spots may appear.
      • Proper skincare and protection from the sun can help mitigate some of these effects.
      • 6.Cardiovascular changes

      • Cardiovascular health has become a greater concern.
      • Blood pressure and cholesterol levels may need monitoring and management.
      • 7. Menopausal Symptoms:

      • For women who have not yet gone through menopause, this stage may bring menopausal symptoms like hot flashes and changes in menstrual patterns.
      • Consulting a healthcare professional can help manage these symptoms.
      • 8.Slower Healing:

      • The body’s ability to heal and recover from injuries or illnesses may slow down.
      • Adequate rest and nutrition are crucial for recovery.
      • 9. Changes in Mobility:

      • Mobility may become more limited due to joint issues, muscle weakness, or other factors.
      • Assistive devices or mobility aids may be necessary.


    It’s essential to emphasize that while these physical changes are common, they can be mitigated and managed through a healthy lifestyle. Regular exercise, a balanced diet, staying hydrated, getting enough sleep, and regular medical check-ups can help women maintain their physical health and well-being during their early retirement years. Consulting with a healthcare professional or a physical therapist can provide personalised guidance for addressing specific physical challenges.





    Entering the age bracket of early retirement, from 60 to 70, should be viewed as manageable and positive. It’s an opportunity to embrace the next stage of life with optimism and enthusiasm. We can make these years vibrant and fulfilling, focusing on achieving maximum wellness and health. There’s no reason to miss out on any aspect of life; it’s a chance to become the best version of ourselves for the rest of our lives. Let’s celebrate this chapter and seize the opportunities it offers!