Monday, 27 January 2020

Tips For Looking More Youthful

Most individuals are somewhat reluctant to allow the visible signs of ageing to show. And while it is
impossible to stop the clock and a thing of honour to grow older - and is of course perfectly natural,
there are some top tips you can consider for those who want to appear more youthful. 
Choose The Right Hair Products
Using quality hair products can keep your hair looking thick, shiny and healthy.
So, pay good attention to what shampoos, conditioners, and serums you choose and make sure they
don’t contain any harmful chemicals. If you’re starting to notice that your hair is getting thinner or is
even falling out - consider trying Nanogen hair fibres as they will increase the thickness of your hair,
thus concealing sparse areas.

Natural products such as this can help provide under the radar results, giving you a completely natural
look and transforming you into a younger version of yourself. 
Protect Your Skin
Aging skin is caused by two primary factors: intrinsic and extrinsic. The former refers to the aging
process caused by the genes a person inherits while the latter refers to the environmental or external
factors that cause aging, such as cigarette smoking and exposure to the rays of the sun.

If you love to smoke, it's always better to try to stop, and sun protection is of the utmost importance.
If you do not protect yourself, daily exposure could add up and lead to skin damage such as age spots
freckles, fine wrinkles, and spider veins. 
Apart from that, cigarette smoking results in biochemical changes that speed up aging. According to
studies, facial wrinkles that are not visible to the naked eye can be seen under a microscope in
individuals as young as twenty who practice smoking habits. An individual who smokes ten or more
cigarettes a day and in a span of ten or more years increases their possibility of developing deeply
wrinkled skin compared to a non-smoker.

Physical Activity
If your primary concern is your heart health, then you can consider activities such as walking to help
protect your vital organ. For those who are able to partake in more rigorous exercise, there are studies that show this can be of great benefit when it comes to slowing the visible signs of ageing.
However, as I always advocate - when it comes to physical activity, always choose to embrace it for the joy of the movement and find something that works for you - never resort to physical exercise as a way of punishing your body or "making up" for food choices, as this can lead to an unhealthy relationship with food. 
Oily fish
Eating oily fish, according to studies, has been found to slow the mental decline linked to aging.
Therefore, eating oily fish more often can go a long way in significantly slowing the rate of cognitive
decline. Mackerel, salmon, tuna, and herring are an excellent source of omega-3 essential fatty acids
which protect against type II diabetes, cardiovascular illnesses, and rheumatoid arthritis. Omega-3 also
assists the skin to remain hydrated and elastic, meaning it reduces the possibility of wrinkles forming
on your skin.

Aging is of course a privilege denied to far too many people and should never be anything to feel
embarrassed about, but there are always steps you can take to look younger if that's what you want.

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