Six Essential Ways To Delay Aging For A Longer Happier Life

By Stuart Ward

Lets face it eventually everyone will grow old for it’s impossible to decelerate or turn back time. You might be rather happy to discover the good news – that getting older does not have much to do with the ageing process, the rate at which our bodies age. Everyone knows someone who looks older than his or her age, and envies someone who can pass for being ten years younger.

We all know the physical indicators that are associated with the aging process. Some of these are brittle bones, muscle loss, wrinkles, sagging skin, memory loss, and poor eyesight. Thankfully, some of these medical conditions can be reversed, while those that can’t can be either prevented or delayed. So in order to live a vigorous, healthier life, let’s see what we can do to delay aging.

Malnutrition is a major cause of premature aging. Most people start aging early in life because of their poor diet. Your body requires certain essential nutrients and vitamins everyday to function normally. A healthy diet is vital for living a longer life, but don’t worry, this does not mean sacrificing everything! All that is needed to achieve the maximum benefit for our bodies is to make a few small, simple changes in our everyday lives that will lead to higher levels of energy and vigour and increase our chances of longevity.


Stress is another large factor in premature aging. Many kinds of health-related problems can be caused by leading stressful lives – it’s something we’ve all heard before and it’s true. Too much stress can take a toll on one’s health by contributing to high blood pressure, heart attacks, and strokes. Stress negatively impacts our metabolism and vital processes, which make us look run-down, tired, and older than we really are. To sum up, we need to learn how to handle stress effectively if we want to improve the quality of our lives.

Everyone is aware of the phrase “use it or lose it”. Human beings were a species of hunter-gatherers back in primitive times and thus have bodies designed for movement. Getting regular good exercise will help us lose fat and become stronger. Our heart and lungs will become conditioned with aerobic activity, improving our cardio-vascular system. Also our immune system will be in top form, helping us be disease resistant. Exercise burns more calories which increases the metabolism; and working out is also an excellent means of letting of steam and lowering levels of stress.

It is important to exercise your brain as well as your body. By staying mentally active, especially as we get older, you can avoid age related conditions. Remember the old adage “use it or lose it!’ An excellent way to work out your brain is to try crosswords, sudoku puzzles, or chess. By doing these types of activities regularly, you can keep your mind active and alert as you age.

When babies breathe, their abdomens raise gently with each breath. Adults should look to babies to learn about proper breathing. Unfortunately, as we grow our breathing becomes shallower. The only way to get rid of all the carbon dioxide in your body is to use proper breathing techniques (deep and through the diaphragm). Proper breathing techniques have been important to the Asian people for hundreds of years. Some of these practices, such as Yoga and Tai Chi, are now becoming fashionable in the west.

Anti-oxidants are also essential for a long and healthy life so eat your greens!. There has been a lot of discussion over the effectiveness of supplements; however, our bodies benefit more if they receive their vitamins from proper food. Attempt to introduce garlic, olive oil and natural nuts into your day-to-day diet for a long-term effect. Certain fruits, vegetables, and seeds have been recognized as ‘power foods’ – foods that have a significant impact on delaying the ageing process and keeping us looking youthful.

When you follow this advice, you can delay aging, look younger and feel more revitalized. If you start now, you can not only improve the quality or your life, but help to prolong it as well. By making simple changes every day, you can help yourself achieve a longer, healthier, and happier life.

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