is 30 years old too young to have health problems?
- Hal A. PeñoLv 62 months ago
If you weren't born with the problem or it wasn't the cause of an accident or substance abuse then yes.
- WendigoLv 72 months ago
There's no such thing as being to young to have health issues/problems. Having health issues/problems has no age limit. Accidents can cause long term issues/problems that impact the health, genetics will be another factor Krohn's type one diabetes or the opposite hypoglycemia a.k.a. low sugar), bad diet in SOME CASES can lead to them (anorexia/bulimia). Examples of some of the problems as a result of anorexia can be heart problems, which for long term anorexics is a more common problem. With accidents that causes head trauma, it can result in seizures. Genetics can also be linked to certain types of cancer, or arthritis. The list goes on well beyond the few I covered.
- OrlaLv 42 months ago
Babies die of health problems. What do you mean ?
- Gordon BLv 62 months ago
Depends on a number of things like diet, exercise genetics.
Diet and exercise 30 is young enough to turn around, genetics you can maybe mitigate with lifestyle depending on what the health problems are.
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- WoodrowLv 52 months ago
A recent report showed that millennials tend to decline in health dramatically after 30 compared to the World wars generation at 60. Citing the gene linked to longevity turned on by starvation, it's likely the soft and easy lifestyle failed to initiate any resilience factors such as that.
A way to look at is having a phone without a case. The first time you drop it, you get the screen fixed and buy a strong case. But if you never drop it, you never bother to get a case until, inevitably, you drop it in a major way, completely destroying it. Humans work the same way. Every hardship creates a tangible, biological resilience factor such as hardening of the bones through impact. (Young ladies, please lift weights and have your boyfriend tackle you a few times to avoid osteoporosis)! Other epigenetic occur too.
Going to war, starving, working made your great grandpa into a biological tank. You kids, having barely ever stood up under your own power have no protection.
- SlickterpLv 72 months ago
That depends on what health problems.
- 2 months ago
We can all have health problems at any age. Problems are not just reserved for the older generation.
- zenoLv 72 months ago
No. We have most of our health problems from
Unhealthy diets and not enough exercise or
Not enough sleep. Manage these areas better
And your health problems may heal or be reduced.
- yet-knish!Lv 72 months ago
Maybe a few decades ago, but not anymore. Now it's commonplace.
- jimanddottaylorLv 72 months ago
Some people are born with health problems. Any age is too young.