Aging Does Not Have To Affect You


You have to accept the fact that you are aging. Some people look and feel better than others as they age. Here is some excellent advice to help you to both look and feel younger.

If you worry about aging skin and wrinkles, stay away from the sun! Of course, we all like a little sun, but too much exposure can cause premature aging of the skin as well as increasing the risk of skin cancer. Tanning beds also pose the same risks, maybe even to a greater extent, as people tend to overuse them.

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As you age, watch your sugar intake. Sugars have been been found to be directly linked to the negative effects of aging, including a decreased lifespan! To increase your longevity, take sugar out of your diet and replace it with natural sweeteners. It can add years to your life.

While it is probably something one would rather not think about as one ages, it can be beneficial to be aware of one’s mortality. In what sense? The purpose of this is not to dwell on the “end”, but rather to make us realize that every day is important, and that life is a gift we should take advantage of in every capacity.

Extreme temperatures and weather are a definite no-no when it comes to your skin. Being out too long in the sun or in the cold can damage your skin. Damage can range anywhere from minor burns and chapping to skin cancer.

A critical factor to prevent aging and increase lifespan is to not smoke. Smoking destroys the body and speeds up the aging process. Smoking is the easiest way to look older and shorten your lifespan at the same time. It causes disease, ages the skin, and is overall one of the main preventable killers known to man.

Go out with friends and family. One of the worst things to do as you start to get older is to isolate yourself in your home. Make sure you get out a few times a week for anything: to volunteer, to have lunch or any of hundreds of possibilities. Going out and seeing others has a great effect on your mental health.

Analyze your finances. Do you have enough to live on for the rest of your life? Do you have to make some changes in order to live your older life happily? Check out the state of your personal finances and prepare yourself so that you can live as comfortably as possible.

In order to look and feel young, doing some strength training every other day is a key. People who have toned, strong muscles always look younger than their years. Not much is necessary in order to see the benefits of strength training, just twenty minutes every other day can lead to a toned and more youthful appearance.

With the advice in this article, you have all the tools to help you put the brakes on the aging process. Remember to stay positive throughout the process and good luck!

5 Responses to “Aging Does Not Have To Affect You”

  • Superman:

    I would like to know if an early introduction to music could affect the music you like now. Like if you were introduced to a band when you were 5, would you like similar bands to them or not? Or if your were introduced to a band when you were 9, would that mean you’d be interested in more of a Justin Bieber type of thing in the end? Aside from the Genre or artist but could the age affect the turn out of the music you’re interested to? It would help if you could give me websites instead of answers. Thank you.

  • Maggie:

    How have the Dark ages (or christian dark ages) affected the technology of today?
    Would we be more advanced if the dark ages never happened?

  • Andres C:

    Hi I’m currently 17 and turning 18 on October and my height is about 165cm which is about 5’4 – 5’5
    My mother told me that my father was around 5’8 – 5’9 and I wish to grow to that height at the very least, + I heard stories that you usually grow taller than your parents.

    Now, my step-father told me that I had Tuberculosis at a young age and said it may be a reason to why I’m not growing.

    Does being this sick affect your growth at a later stage? and can I keep growing after 18?
    Thanks so much for the help :)

  • LN13:

    It is often said that old men make wars; young men carry them out. Do you think this is true? How does age affect a persons view of war and his or her role in war?

    Extra points if you include quotes or relate this to the book Purple Heart by Patricia McCormick.

  • Dom L:

    How does race, ethnicity, wealth, class, sex, gender, and age affect crime

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