Brief Guide to Anti-Aging

December 1, 2009 by  
Filed under Anti Aging

I have yet to hear of anyone who actually wants to get older-or at least they never say they want to look older (unless they are about 13 wanting to look 18 perhaps). Therefore, it seemed very fitting to explain the anti-aging process and show people how it is possible.

Important Explanation

If you were to hear the term “anti-aging” for the first time you may wonder how that is possible. After all, we are all destined to die some day are we not?

Of course, you can never stop the natural life cycle. However, you can slow down the aging process and that is what most people mean when you hear the term “anti-aging.”

More specifically, when people refer to getting older they most are talking about how they feel on the outside. Perhaps these people are beginning to notice strands of grey in their hair or they are seeing wrinkles on their face for the first time.

Other people might just “feel” older. Perhaps they are beginning to feel joint pain or they experience muscle soreness more often. They may even notice the inability to eat some of the same fatty foods they used to be able to eat without getting acid reflux or suffering other gastrointestinal problems.

Simple Anti-aging Tips

If you want to learn practical ways to look younger on the outside as well as feel better on the inside you can learn some helpful self care tips. For instance, you can make the following diet and lifestyle changes:

Eat a well-balanced diet. Each meal should be packed with a variety of nutrients such as Vitamins, antioxidants, proteins, carbs (in moderation), sugars (natural forms), calcium, and fats (sparingly).

Remain active. Not only will participation in exercise routines and sports on a regular basis help you remain physically fit, it will promote anti-aging. This is one of the best forms of natural human growth hormone production methods there is. Thus, you will not “get old” as fast.

Take care of your skin. One way to remain youthful looking on the outside is to take good care of your skin. You should use lotions, serums, and cleansers that have safe ingredients. Furthermore, stay out of the midday sun and limit exposure to artificial UV rays of tanning beds.

Drink plenty of water. This will keep your skin hydrated and will also help prevent wrinkles. It will also help your body use up more of the nutrients that are present in your foods. All areas of your body will benefit-even your hair and teeth.

Take supplements (in moderation). If you find the right combinations of herbal and/or vitamin supplements and use them in the correct proportions it can benefit you. Some of the benefits include reduction of stress, which can increase your energy and help you feel younger.

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  1. Ntini says:

    This article was vey helpful to me. I don’t have to research anymore beacause this article has it all. Thanks a lot for sharing your knowledge to us….

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