Looking beyond your age and feeling like this may be due to lifestyle factors rather than genetic factors. The good news is that it is not too late to make up for the effects. Here are some suggestions that you can consider.
Drink apple juice. Apple contains antioxidants that promote the compounds that brain cells use to communicate with each other. NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – One or two cups of apple juice per day reduces age-related brain damage by 40%, according to a new study.
Practice the Way As we age, our blood vessels become strained, increasing the risk of high blood pressure and heart attack. Regular running can create or even reverse this problem. If you run out of time, running four times a day for 10 minutes instead of long walks leads to the same result.
Take vitamin D. The higher the vitamin D level, the higher the telomeres. Telomeres are small capitals at the end of every chromosome in your cells. These telomeres tend to be shorter as we get older. Researchers believe that preserving telomeres is one of the ways to protect them from aging. Your doctor may perform a blood test to determine if you have vitamin D deficiency and recommend a dose for higher rates.
Chewing gum stress can lead to faster aging of the heart, brain, kidneys and skin. A study in Australia found that sugar-free chewing gum reduced cortisol (stress hormone) levels by 16%.
Weightlifting With increasing age, our reproductive hormones decrease and lead to a transformation of fat storage in the abdomen. Resistance training like lifting weights by hand is a great way to increase your metabolic rate. Lifting 45 kg twice a week with the weight of the hand can reduce the abdomen and the likelihood that you will reach more than 66%.
By following the tips above, you can slow or even reverse the aging process. You will feel better as an added benefit!
Donna works as an accountant in a large company. In his spare time he reads, writes, enjoys listening to music and watching old films.