Joint pain and stiffness, commonly associated with arthritis, may become more prevalent with age.
As people age, the risk of developing high blood pressure increases. It is important to monitor blood pressure regularly and take appropriate measures to manage it.
Aging can lead to a decrease in bone density, increasing the risk of fractures and osteoporosis.
The risk of heart disease, including conditions like coronary artery disease and heart attacks, increases with age.
Type 2 diabetes becomes more common with age due to factors like reduced insulin sensitivity and lifestyle factors.
Age-related changes in vision and hearing, such as presbyopia (difficulty focusing on nearby objects) and presbycusis (gradual hearing loss), can occur.
Some individuals may experience cognitive changes or a decline in memory and thinking abilities as they age.
The risk of developing certain types of cancer, such as breast, prostate, and colon cancer, increases with age.