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As you get older, certain parts of the brain shrink, most notably the prefrontal cortex and hippocampus, both important to learning, memory, planning and other complex mental activities. It’s been estimated that the brain begins losing neurons at a rate of 50,000 per day after age 30 – more if you listen to certain politicians.

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The older your get, the more common it is to experience mild soreness or aching when you stand, climb stairs, or exercise. The body doesn’t recover as quickly as it did in younger years.

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What happens to our brains as we get older? Our bodies change as we get older – do our brains? If so, is there anything we can do to compensate? Can you teach an old dog new tricks? ... The scaffolding hypothesis was revisited in a 2014 article - which suggested that what happens to us in the course of our lives can influence that scaffolding.

whoami.sciencemuseum.org.uk/.../whatisageing/whathappensasyouage

What happens as you age? As you get older, your skin wrinkles because it becomes thinner and less elastic. It gets drier too as it makes less oil and sweat. Your bones become more visible as you store less fat beneath your skin. Inside the body your bones and muscle become weaker. Your memory gets worse, and your immune system cannot fight ...

resonanceaudiology.com/happens-hearing-get-older

Hearing loss is one of the most common conditions affecting older adults, so we wanted to shed light on what exactly happens to our hearing as we get older. Age-related hearing loss, or presbycusis, mostly occurs in and affects both ears.

www.businessinsider.com/what-happen-when-someone-gets-old...

Most people fundamentally misunderstand what happens if you live to be really, really old. ... if you got to 100, everybody would get Alzheimer's," he says. ... Here's how your sex life changes as ...

www.askdoctork.com/happens-skin-age-201407226665

Our skin gets old, like the rest of us. In fact, the three layers of skin get old in different ways. The skin's outermost layer, the epidermis, forms a protective physical barrier. The dermis, or middle layer, contains collagen and elastin, which provide strength, firmness and elasticity. It also contains blood vessels, immune cells, nerves and glands that produce sweat and oil.

www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/healthy-aging/in...

Here's what to expect as you get older — and what to do about it. By Mayo Clinic Staff. You know that aging will likely cause wrinkles and gray hair. But do you know how aging will affect your teeth, heart and sexuality? Find out what changes to expect as you continue aging — and how to promote good health at any age.

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37 Things You’ll Regret When You’re Old. ... Traveling becomes infinitely harder the older you get, especially if you have a family and need to pay the way for three-plus people instead of ...

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BuzzFeed Staff. Share On ... it's hard not to think about what your piece will look like when you get older. ... But you get to decide when you show them off and when you cover them up. 12.