Feeling more tired and having lower energy levels, even with sufficient rest.
Finding it harder to maintain weight or noticing changes in your body shape due to a slower metabolism.
Difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or experiencing changes in your sleep quality.
Gradual loss of muscle mass and strength, making physical tasks more challenging.
Feeling stiffness or pain in your joints, especially after periods of inactivity.
Difficulty focusing on close or distant objects, needing reading glasses, or experiencing other vision changes.
Mild forgetfulness, difficulty recalling names or details, and other subtle memory changes.
Sagging skin, wrinkles, age spots, and other skin changes related to decreased collagen production.
Wounds, bruises, or injuries taking longer to heal than they used to.
Getting sick more often or taking longer to recover from illnesses and infections.
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