• Swimming. It is the perfect exercise. Swimming is good for those who have arthritis as it is less weight-bearing.
  • Strength training. Lifting light weights will help keep your muscles strong. Our muscles tend to lose their strength over time if we don’t use them.
  • Walking. Walking is a simple exercise. It can help one stay fit, improves cholesterol levels, strengthens bones, keeps blood pressure under control, elevates the mood and decreases the risk of diseases like diabetes and heart disease.
  • Kegel exercises. These exercises strengthen the pelvic floor muscles that support the bladder. Strong pelvic floor muscles and vital for preventing incontinence. These exercisescan benefit both men and women.

What is the correct way of doing a Kegel exercise? Squeeze and release the muscles that you would use to stop urination or prevent yourself from passing gas. Alternate quick squeezes and releases with longer contractions that can be held for 10 seconds, and then released for 10 seconds. Do about three sets of 10-15 Kegel exercises every day.

(Source: Harvard HealthBeat)