Feel Younger, Turn Back The Clock With Fun Activities
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Feel Younger, Turn Back The Clock With Fun Activities

Oct 18 2017

Feel Younger, Turn Back The Clock With Fun Activities

Feel younger is the mantra we want to live by. Although we’re getting on in years, the desire to stay and feel young and healthy never leaves us. Here are several strategies you can use to feel younger. Go for it!

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Feel Younger: Spend Time With Friends

Friends are good for the soul. The time you spend doing things with other people may have a bigger effect on your life span than where you live, where you work, and whether you have a partner.

 

Feel Younger: Do Something Creative

Get a little artsy and you’ll be happier, think more clearly, and have a better quality of life. If you need an idea, consider acting. People who were asked to pick a new creative outlet said they were less intimidated by that than by singing, drawing, or painting. If you’ve always thought you were meant for the stage, now’s your time to shine.

 

Feel Younger: Cut Back on the Makeup, Ladies

Chances are, you’re wearing too much. Research shows that women usually overestimate the amount of makeup they need, particularly when they want to appear attractive to others. Too much can make you look like you’re trying to hide your age.

 

Feel Younger: Exercise

You don’t have to take up a new sport. Just work in the garden or take a brisk walk around the block. Each week, aim for at least 2 1/2 hours of activity that gets your heart going. And throw in some moves for your muscles, like push-ups or sit-ups, a couple of times. It can help you feel better, look better, and think better, too. It also helps prevent diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. But check with your doctor before starting any new exercise plan.

 

Feel Younger: Wear Sunscreen

No, that suntan won’t make you look younger. The sun’s ultraviolet rays cause more than 90% of the damage to your skin, which includes the kind you can see — wrinkles, rough patches, sagging, and skin blemishes. Sunscreen helps prevent skin cancer, too.

 

Feel Younger: Learn Something New

Keep challenging yourself, make your brain cells work and you may help stop brain decline. Even better, consider a new skill that involves your body. Dancing is a great example because it allows you to exercise and socialize at the same time, two things that also keep your mind and body young!

 

Brush, Floss, and Rinse

A little known fact, but true it is. If you don’t brush, floss, and rinse, your teeth may get yellow, and you can develop gum disease. That will eat away at your gum line, a telltale sign of age, and is linked to heart disease, stroke, and even pancreatic cancer. Don’t neglect your teeth, because if you do, it’s denture time. And then at your birthday party, as you’re blowing out the candles on your cake, you may be watching your dentures fly across the room. Somebody could get hurt, bad.

 

Feel Younger: Don’t Smoke

It causes wrinkles because it narrows your blood vessels and limits the blood that can get to the top layer of your skin. It also causes cancer, heart disease, and lung disease, none of which make you feel or look young.

 

Conclusion

Feel younger and slow down your aging process, the natural way; watch this video:

 

 

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Barry G
barry@skycaremedia.com

Barry graduated from City University of New York and holds a Ph.D. in Physiological Psychology.

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