Getting Old Stinks

Disclaimer: Products mention in this were given to me for free to give my honest feedback.
On April 5 I will be 29 years old.  I remember when I was a kid I thought 29 was ancient!  I remember getting frustrated with my dad for not letting me eat pizza at 11PM because he would get heartburn.   I remember stomping my feet when he took to long to get off the couch because his back was aching.  Speaking of 11PM that was his bed time no matter what day of the week it was!!!  That was when 9 year old was ready to enter party mode!  Sleep was for the weak lol
Fast forward 20 years and I have all those issues plus more!  I wake up every morning with a twinge in my shoulder, my sinuses are always backed up.  I get heart burn at least twice a week.  I need NOT WANT, but need at least 8 hours of sleep or  can't function as a human.
My hair is getting dull, my skin is getting crinkly, my eyes aren't as good as they once were and I snore some times!!  I SNORE!
lol Getting old stinks, I want to go back to the good old days when I could run to sheets at 2am and eat whatever I wanted with out getting heartburn.  I want to be able to bounce out of bed without that twinge in my shoulder.  I don't want to have to pull out glasses at the grocery store to read food labels!

I can't fix my eyes or that horrible snore, but I can at least take away some of the twinges and pain thanks to Salonpas the new patch is convenient and versatile.  It has three active ingredients to help with pain, camphor (3.1%), menthol (10%) and methyl salicylate (15%).  They work together to provide temporary relief of minor aches and pains.
The patch is only one of the items Salonpas offers.  They have something for every ache and pain:
Arthritis Pain
 Joint Pain 
Lower Back Pain 
Muscle Pain
 Neck & Shoulder Pain 
Sprain, Strain & Bruises
Don't take my word for it right now Salonpas is offering free samples of the product at

I can't make my eyes see better, I can't rid my face of its new creases.  I am getting older and that is okay :)  Each laugh line marks a smile I shared with my boys, my fading eyes are most likely from the thousands of books I read.  At least though I can age with a bit less pain thanks to Salonpas