4 Things to Do to Take Control of Aging
There are simple lifestyle changes you can make to help take control of how you age
From the LifeMinute.TV Team
June 7, 2021
While we typically think of aging in terms of our physical appearance, it’s more than just the wrinkles on our face and the graying of our hair. As we get older, our body is changing at the cellular level. Luckily, there are simple lifestyle changes we can make to help take control of how we age.
1. Exercise Everyday
As we age, there is a natural decline in strength, endurance, and stamina. The benefits of exercise reduce the risk of dying from heart disease and developing high blood pressure, colon cancer and diabetes, as well as reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety.
2. Get Social
Isolation can have potentially devastating effects emotionally and physically. Research has shown that those who engage in meaningful, productive activities on a regular basis tend to live longer, have improved mood, and a greater sense of purpose.
3. Get Enough Sleep
At least 7 hours a night. Sleep deprivation speeds up the aging process and can cause irritability, memory loss, depression, and even falls or accidents.
4. Incorporate Cellular Nutrients Into Your Routine
Cellular health is an emerging category we're seeing in the health and wellness space and it's revolutionizing how we age. A well-balanced diet that includes proper macronutrients and micronutrients is helpful in maintaining optimal health; however, they may not be enough to combat the age-related declines happening inside your cells. Trillions of cells power every aspect of your life and unfortunately, as they get older, your cells no longer function at their peak performance due to declines in what we refer to as age-associated cellular decline, or AACD.
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