Aging is an inevitable process, but there are some bodily changes that you might not know about as you say goodbye to your 20s.
Approaching the third floor is a bit scary, turning 30 opens up the door to prolonged stress and worries making it hard for some ladies to admit their real age. Below are some of the things that will happen to your body after hitting 30 years;
Fertility starts to drop off from the age of 30 and the chance of conceiving each month is about 20 percent. From the age of about 32, a woman’s chances of conceiving decrease gradually but significantly and by 35 the decline speeds up. After that the proportion of women who experience infertility, miscarriage or a problem with their baby increases. It’s not just an issue for women – the quality of a man’s sperm can decrease with age and it can take longer to get pregnant.
2. Weight Gain
Shifting weight won’t be as easy as it was in your 20s and you might notice a loss in muscle tone as your metabolism begins to slow. This is more noticeable in women than in men – and is often as a result of pregnancy when the body struggles to bounce back as easily.
3. Grey Hairs
We’re all well aware that we could see the odd grey hair here and there at some point in life.
4. Bladder Weakness
The trouble with a little light bladder leakage could become a problem as you reach your 30s – especially for women who have had children. Urinary incontinence affects around 25 percent to 45 percent of women, so don’t be embarrassed to see a doctor.
5. Sex Drive
Women might think their libido declines as they get older but experts say it’s actually the opposite.
Women can expect changes in their menstrual cycles from their mid-30s as estrogen and progesterone levels dip. They might become shorter or longer, lighter or heavier or start earlier or later than usual.
7. Appearance Of Wrinkles
We all know at some point those dreaded wrinkles are going to begin to appear, and it’s not uncommon for them to start showing during your 30s.