You feel invincible in your early 20s. You could toss back a bottle and a half of wine on a Tuesday night at midnight and get up at 7:30 am the next morning, perky and bright-eyed for your internship. And you could be on the treadmill for well over an hour. You’d pass a food baby from a giant burrito within seven hours of consumption, and have perfectly taught abs again as if that burrito run never happened. And then, one day, you’re not quite sure how or when something changed. You woke up after a night of drinking a bottle and a half of wine and you..didn’t…feel…perfect!? How is this?! And you ate an enormous burrito but woke up still full the next day? That’s when you realize you need to make some adjustments. Here are health changes most women make by their 30s.
You pee before and after the deed
You don’t care if it isn’t sexy or it ruins the moment; you hop out of bed the second sex is over to pee. You’re past the age of toughing out UTI’s like they’re no big deal. They are a big deal and a huge annoyance.