How To Stop Aging

By on December 19, 2011

 How To Stop Aging

Every time I read an article about stopping aging me laugh. Of course, sometime in the distant future, we may be able to stop the aging process or by manipulating genes, cloning, robotics or other medical procedure. In the 65 years is a little late for me to stop aging, and frankly, I’m not sure I want to stop aging and live forever.

My goal is not to stop aging, but age well. Let’s face it at some point even the healthiest of us will succumb to the ravages of old age. Even Jack LaLanne could not stop the aging process. However, Jack lived an active, rewarding life, up to ninety-seventh year. This is my goal to live a good, strong and useful life to the end, whenever that may come.

If we can not stop aging as we can at least slow down the aging process? Fortunately there are simple lifestyle changes you can do to help you age well. Here are the top ten lifestyle changes have been slow aging.

Do not smoke: I think if you’re reading this, you’re not a smoker. I will not repeat all of science for the harm of smoking, just do not do it.

Be happy: Stress kills, we know that stress damage the mind and body were fully documented scientific community. “Do not worry, be happy” mantra is simplistic, but to be honest, filling your life with things you love and get rid of almost everything else a lot of aging and strategy. The practice stress relief activities such as meditation and exercise, and should be grateful be a daily goal.

Eat fruits and vegetables: Yes, your mother was right, and the science behind it with hard evidence that oxidative damage caused by the toxin contributes to the aging process at the cellular level. Foods (fruits and vegetables) high in antioxidants seem to protect us from oxidative stress.

Dispose of Sugar: before you break the habit of sugar sooner you slow down the aging process. Beware of sugar in the form of corn syrup in almost all the food process. Sugar is the immediate cause of aging and reduced life expectancy of organisms from yeast to primates.

Eat fish: Some evidence suggests that omega-3 fatty acids found in fish, especially useful for the skin. Because of concerns about mercury in some fish, like tuna fish go on like sardines. Also, stay away from farm raised fish, it may be cheaper, but studies show that they are less healthy choices.

Get your ZZZ: We all know how much better we look and feel when we have a full night’s sleep.But since 8:00 to get sleep heals and restores your body.

Exercise Your Brain: An interesting himself in thought, doing things like traveling and learning new languages at any age is a key element in slowing the aging process. Go out of your way to try new things and implement your brain.

Check the level of vitamin D: Recently, my doctor check my vitamin D levels and found that it’s less than I should be, despite the adoption of several vitamins. I am now 1,000 IU of D. Recent studies show that vitamin D may be especially important for slowing the aging process.