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Turn Back The Clock On The Aging Process By Daren Cari

  in Aging | Published 2014-05-03 01:43:39 | 153 Reads | Unrated

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How many times have you wished you had a crystal ball to see how you would age? Life holds many mysteries, and no one knows exactly how their lives will play out as they age.

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How many times have you wished you had a crystal ball to see how you would age? Life holds many mysteries, and no one knows exactly how their lives will play out as they age. People feel better when they actively take part in managing their mental and physical health because it gives them some control over the aging process. There are many ways to do this -- following are a few good bets.

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Eat lots and lots of vegetables to slow the aging process and keep young. Evidence suggests that the damage from metabolism and toxins contribute to oxidative damage at a

cellular level. There are many vegetables that are high in antioxidants which will protect the body from the oxidative stress of not eating right.

Staying properly hydrated has never been more important to you than now! Aging is hard on the body and providing it with plenty of water will help flush toxins, bring nutrients to cells, hydrate skin and make it easier on every function of your body! Most experts recommend about eight glasses of water each day, so drink up for healthier aging!

Exercise regularly. Exercise slows down the process of aging. It keeps muscle healthy and strong as well as allows you to maintain stamina. It also prevents the loss of balance and bone density as you get older. Try to keep impact to a minimum and create an aerobic and strength based routine.

A good tip to do in order to achieve healthy aging is to drink alcohol in moderation. For individuals who are 65 years old and younger it is good to have no more than two drinks a day. For individuals that are over 65 years old this means taking no more than one drink a day.

Aging does not mean that you can't live a fulfilling life. Go to parties and gatherings as much as possible because socializing is the best way to keep your mind nimble. Exercise whenever possible even if it means walking to the mail box more than five times a day.

Those embarking on the often difficult process of aging should be honest with themselves when it comes to knowing when driving an automobile is no longer a safe option. By making a candid assessment of possible vision problems, decreasing reaction times and slowing reflexes, many individuals find that they are better off, letting someone else do the driving.

If you are concerned that you are missing things from your diet, leading to crashing energy levels, consider adding supplements to your daily routine. Aging often means that our bodies metabolize foods at different rates than they once did. Under the supervision of your doctor, a supplement may help you cover all of your squares and get back to living!

Successfully maintaining your attitude and health as you age does not need to be difficult or time consuming. Just follow these steps, and be on the lookout for other ways to increase your odds of living to a ripe, old age and loving every minute of it. Growing older might just become the most rewarding phase of your life.

Susan Bird is not only the author of BreastEnlargement.name but is a strong supporter of finding the Cure - the international search to eliminate breast cancer.

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