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Old 01-20-2015, 05:39 PM
 
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I'm not there yet but I anticipate the biggest changes would come between 70 and 80. For me from 55 to 65 the biggest changes were in my personal mental outlook (much better as I aged), goals for life, etc.
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Old 01-20-2015, 06:23 PM
 
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For me, some things actually improved, and some have declined between 55 and 65. I was 50 lbs overweight at 55, felt bad and was inactive. Today I am 65, have lost the 50 lbs and I feel I overall look better. However, I do have more lines in my face and my arms and legs have some "loose skin" that goes with aging and large weight loss when older. My hair is also quite gray underneath my hair color. Overall, I feel like I look good for my age; but when I look in the mirror it is undeniable that I am aging and starting to look older.

So far, despite my chronic back issues, I am very active and hope I will be able to continue. I try to count my blessings, I know I have it much better than many my age. I also only want to live for as long as I can have a good quality of life. For me it's just not about the # of years, but the quality.

Anyway, once you hit a certain age, changes are evident every 5 years or so.
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