Living Longer and Healthier! Reverse the Aging Process! The Secret to Eternal Youth!

The Fountain of Youth Discovered!

Leading edge researcher at Stanford University, Dr. James Fries says that if a person could choose only one thing to improve their health as they get older, it would have to be exercise. Exercise, according to Dr. Fries, is the closest thing to the fountain of youth that exists in our world right now, (AARP).

Dozens of studies have shown over and over again, that people who exercise regularly, live longer on average, than people who do not. People who exercise regularly lower their chance of high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, cancer, and even mental decline and depression.

Harvard Medical School’s Health Publications reports that on average, a man’s heart rate declines and his heart’s ability to pump blood drifts down by 5-10% every decade starting in his thirties.

By the time a man is 80 years old, even if his heart is healthy and disease free, his ability to pump blood will have diminished from 2½ quarts per minute when he was 25, to around 1 quart a minute at age 80. It will diminish even more if he is not healthy and disease free.

Studies show that many of the changes that occur as a result of the aging process are in fact caused by lack of use. Nothing shortens a person’s life more quickly and more profoundly than a sedentary lifestyle.

The Harvard Medical School report refers to exercise as “a good long drink of vitality,” especially when it is included in a comprehensive health program.

Live Longer and Improve Your Quality of Life

The Eternal Youth Statue, Manitoba Legislative Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
The Eternal Youth Statue, Manitoba Legislative Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | Source
Exercise reverses the signs of aging.
Exercise reverses the signs of aging.
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Ankh, the symbol of life. Live longer and have a better quality of life. | Source

Dramatic Research Results

A 1966 study conducted at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School that included 5 healthy young men in their 20’s showed incredible results.

After just 3 weeks in bed doing all but nothing except watching television and reading, the men were tested before and after an exercise regimen. Researchers found “devastating changes” in the men’s test results.

The men’s resting heart rates were faster, and systolic blood pressures were higher. The men also showed a drop in their capacity to pump blood, a drop in muscle strength, and a rise in body fat. In short, the results of the study were dramatic, because in just 3 weeks, 5 young men in their 20s developed physiological characteristics of men twice their age!

The next part of the study required that the men participate in an 8-week exercise program. After the 8 weeks were up, the men were again tested, and again there were dramatic results. The exercise had more than reversed the prior deterioration from 3 weeks of bed rest, and some of the test results were even better than when the men had initially checked in to participate in the study.

Get Active and Stay Active

The moral of the story -- or research in this case -- is that people who stay active retain their youth and health better and longer than people who are sedentary. People who exercise regularly can even reverse health deterioration in some cases.

The findings of this research that has been repeated many times, is the reason why doctors encourage people to get back to physical activity as soon as possible after surgery or illness. People who get up and move around and stay physical increase their chances of a better quality of life as well as a longer life.

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Au fait 17 months ago from North Texas Author

Nadine May, I'm so glad you aren't in pain with your sciatica anymore, and thank you for coming by and commenting. Good to see you!


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Au fait 17 months ago from North Texas Author

Mary615, good for you! Glad to hear you are taking care of yourself, and thank you for sharing that, and taking time to come by for a visit. I eat a lot of sugar too. What is life if you can never do things you want to do and what you enjoy? Don't expect I'll get out of this world alive anyway, so may as well have some sugar now and again . . . ;)


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Nadine May 17 months ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

Thank you for this very profound advice. Ever since I joined a yoga class, and go for a 30+ walk each day, this winter my sciatica has NOT returned!


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Au fait 17 months ago from North Texas Author

Indian Chef, thank you for commenting and for voting on and sharing this article! Yes, using the described methods one can actually reverse the aging process, but it takes more than a magic pill, and I think people would rather show their age and get old than do anything that isn't simple and easy like a magic pill. Thanks again for coming by!


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mary615 17 months ago from Florida

I get exercise by walking! I walk my little Min. Schnauzer three times a day. I know I should not eat all the sugar I consume, but I have a terrible sweet tooth.

My kids are amazed at how limber I am! They can't do the "plank" and I do it with ease.


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Indian Chef 17 months ago from New Delhi India

Again a very good idea and blog from you aufait. We all must be active irrespective of age. I too have started walking daily for last couple of months. voting it up, useful, sharing on hubpages and fb with my friends


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Au fait 18 months ago from North Texas Author

Colorfulone, thank you or taking time to read and comment on this article. I'm so sorry to hear you must live with constant pain. I hope 'they' are helping you find ways to manage it since that's all you can hope for at this time. Yes, exercise is the fountain of youth and I believe if one can talk while they're doing it, they're not working hard enough. You have my sympathy and best wishes that 'they' will find help for you in coping with the pain.


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colorfulone 18 months ago from Minnesota

I very much need to be more active than I am. Living with chronic pain makes it difficult though. But, if I pull away from this computer more and go do some gardening (anything that I can do) I will be doing myself a favor.

This is a good shot in the arm for me, thank you!


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Au fait 19 months ago from North Texas Author

Thank you for coming by Shyron. We had rain, wind, and hail again today! So far I've gotten through them all, but today my car leaked a little.

I don't want to go back to any age. Reversing the clogged arteries and other signs of age isn't the same as time travel. But, once is enough as far as life in this world is concerned.

Take care and both of you have a good night.


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Shyron E Shenko 19 months ago

Au fait, I hope the storm was not to bad for you last night. I know we had hail, rain and wind.

To what age would you want to revert to? I only know that I plan to live until I die.

Hope you are having a blessed day.


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Au fait 19 months ago from North Texas Author

poetryman6969, thank you for stopping by. You are definitely on the right track!


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poetryman6969 19 months ago

I think that staying active is definitely good for you. That, more water, less sugar and most people will be good to go.


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Au fait 20 months ago from North Texas Author

Peggy W, I'm sure Houston is lush and green. Even in this drought we're all experiencing I'm sure Houston is fairing pretty well. We had to take a lot of trees out a few years ago due to drought and now it's the same thing all over for several years already. Yes, I understand it flooded up here somewhere, but not by me. Take care . . .


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Peggy W 20 months ago from Houston, Texas

We saw the news reports of some real flooding in Fort Worth so I know that north Texas definitely got more than just a sprinkle or light rain this time! I am sure the lakes and reservoirs can use the replenishing of water. Many parts of Texas have not yet made up for the drought of the past few years.

We still have many standing dead trees in the Houston area that will eventually have to be taken down or will fall down. In natural areas some of them will be left to decompose as in our national parks. Of course many new ones have already been planted. We still have a very green city!


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Au fait 20 months ago from North Texas Author

Peggy W, thank you for sharing this article again. I'm surprised more people aren't interested in learning how to slow the aging process and possibly even reversing it.

We had the first real rain we've had in a very long time this morning. Texas never used to mess around. When it rained it had you drenched in 5 seconds flat, but the last couple of years it tends to do more drizzle, more sprinkle, more mist, and light gentle rain. This morning it poured buckets full for 2-3 hours. A real Texas rainstorm.


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Peggy W 20 months ago from Houston, Texas

Sharing this good piece of advice again because this never gets outdated. We won't be walking much outside this week unless we want to get wet. Lots of rain is predicted for Houston this entire week! I guess you are getting some of it also up in north Texas...or at least it moved through there before coming down here. Of course we get the Gulf effect which sometimes adds to the amount of rain we get especially with the heating that takes place in the afternoons which sparks even more showers.


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Au fait 22 months ago from North Texas Author

DeborahDian, thank you for reading and commenting on this article! Harvard School of Medicine discovered the link between exercise and the fountain of youth quite some time ago now, yet no one wants to hear that it isn't a magic pill that requires only the effort to open the pill bottle and swallow the pill with a bit of water to be healthier and live longer. I think it's great news because it's something we can do that will make a difference even if it does require some effort and determination,


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Au fait 22 months ago from North Texas Author

(Stella, Ladyguitarpicker), thank you for reading and commenting on this article! I'm so glad you're able to get back to walking and I wish you the very best success. I know how tedious and tiring it must be and probably painful too, but it's important to keep moving as long as we can lest we get to where we really can't walk anymore.


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Au fait 22 months ago from North Texas Author

Thank you for sharing this article Peggy W! Sorry to hear about the blisters. Did you consider wearing gloves? Several years ago hubby and I had a business and part of what we did was leaf jobs. It would take a couple of days to do some of the jobs because there were so many leaves, and I always wore cotton canvas gloves.


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DeborahDian 22 months ago from Orange County, California

It is amazing how much we can affect how long we will live and much much quality of life we will enjoy, simply based on how well we take care of ourselves. People need to take responsibility for their own behavior. Another well-written article!


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ladyguitarpicker 22 months ago from 3460NW 50 St Bell, Fl32619

Great hub and very useful information. I just got back to walking yesterday after 3 months. I sure feel it today. Stella


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Peggy W 22 months ago from Houston, Texas

I have blisters on my hand to prove it...the raking of acorns that we are trying to eliminate from our yard. Sadly the mower does not pick them up like it does leaves. So far the two of us have raked for two days but have more to go. Our oak trees are large and some years seem to produce and shed thousands of acorns! Sharing this once again.


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Au fait 23 months ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Word55, for reading and commenting on this article, and for the share! So glad you enjoyed it. I hope you and your family had a wonderful Christmas and are looking forward to the best year of your life in 2015!


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word55 23 months ago from Chicago

Thanks for sharing this great wisdom Au fait. I had shared some easy to do morning exercises for older people. This was magnificent! Happy Holidays to you and your family! Shared!


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Shyron, for voting on and sharing this article on FB, and HP. Lots of people are still determined that Ray and his sweat lodge or someone else has a shortcut, but really, there isn't one. This article makes clear that you have to do the work and when you do, it pays off. Thank you my dear friend and let me reiterate that I hope all goes well for you and John this week. Prayers and blessings . . .


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Shyron E Shenko 2 years ago

I am back to share this again. Exercise is the most important thing a person can do not only for the body but for the brain.

Voted up across the board except funny, UABI, posted on FB and shared.


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Nadine May, thank you for reading and sharing your thoughts on this important issue. Glad you find it inspiring and have decided to act on the information here. Also, thanks for the vote!


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Nadine May 2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

That was a great article and it has inspired me to go for my daily 30min walk no matter what weather. My mind is active tu to writing but my body does lack movements, except when I get stuck into my garden. Voted up!


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Thanks for stopping by Tiffany.


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Tiffany Latte 2 years ago from USA

Nice article.


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Shyron, thank you for your comments, they are spot on. Also very much appreciate the votes/share, etc. Hope you're having a great day. Blessings to you too, my dearest friend.


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Shyron E Shenko 2 years ago

Au fait, I just came back to share this again, we all need to exercise. it is what keeps the body in shape and the mind alert.

Voted up, UABI and shared.

Blessings to you my friend


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Diogenes, appreciate your stopping by. You are the one who has been missing in action. Guess you found something worthwhile to focus on for a while. Glad to see that your outlook has received a boost and that you are now ready to get back in the swing of things . . xx


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Deborah-Diane, thank you for stopping by. Exercise can actually reverse the aging process. Drinking lots of water and staying in high humidity also helps prevent wrinkles.


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Word55, thank you for stopping by. There is some very good info here for people who want to live as long as possible and still have a good quality of life. I guess the woman in the photo does look a little like me with the long dark hair, but in fact she's a little flabby from my perspective. Flabby in the sense of not being as toned as she could be. I always notice if I miss my exercise routine, or maybe I should say my body notices . . .


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Deborah-Diane 2 years ago from Orange County, California

I heard recently that exercising enough to cause us to sweat a little will also reduce wrinkles. Isn't that good news? I'm resharing this!


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word55 2 years ago from Chicago

Alright Au fait, great pics (one looks like you). Very good info. So glad that I exercise daily. It feels so good.


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Dee, thank you for stopping by. Glad you enjoyed this hub!


Dee 2 years ago

Good and informative hub.


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Deborah-Diane, thank you for stopping by and sharing this article! I'm surprised people aren't more interested in learning about the true fountain of youth -- I think it's because everyone wants a pill that's easy to take and requires hardly any effort, instead of the hard work that's involved.


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Deborah-Diane 2 years ago from Orange County, California

Since it is about the time of year when some people are starting to loose enthusiasm for their exercise programs, I thought I would reshare this with my followers. Perhaps it will give them the incentive to keep on going. Very interesting and well-written!


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Au fait 2 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you for reading and commenting Colleen Swan, and for sharing your thoughts. I do hope you will get your husband to walk with you as exercise can reverse the ravages of time -- on the inside where it really matters, if not also on the outside where people can see. Maybe the 'old' exercise would be a good reward for doing the new one well . . . ;)


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Colleen Swan 2 years ago from County Durham

I'm so glad you brought this Hub to my attention. I am going to nag my husband to walk with me every day and further nag him to keep up with me. I need to get his heart to pump; like the old days, but not the same exercise.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

iguidenetwork, thank you for reading and commenting on this article. An hour a day is just right, and keep in mind that if you can talk while you're working out, you're not working hard enough . . .


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Hezekiah, thank you for reading and commenting on this article!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Peggy W for sharing this article! Wouldn't you know the secret to staying young is not a pill? :(


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iguidenetwork 3 years ago from Austin, TX

I'm slowly getting into shape as much as possible, since I have been living on a sedentary life. I am trying to do at least an hour of exercise each day just before going to work. Very good hub, we need these things to inspire us into exercising.


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Hezekiah 3 years ago from Japan

Interesting Hub, it is good to also take a look at the Japanese diet and lifestyle and there seems to have one of the longest life spans. Which is actually seen as a problem nowadays with the lower birth rate and declining population. There will be a very large number of senior citizens soon.


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Peggy W 3 years ago from Houston, Texas

Think that I will do some heavy duty housecleaning today for exercise. Our carpets and windows need cleaning, etc. That will have to suffice for today. Good reminder to keep moving! Sharing once again since this is an important message.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Shyron for voting on, pinning, and sharing this article, and for the blessing. Exercise is the Fountain of Youth and will not only extend a person's life, but improve the quality of one's life.

Blessings to you and John, too . . .


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Diogenes, thanks for stopping by! xx


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diogenes 3 years ago from UK and Mexico

Miz Devyne, dear: "Horses sweat, men perspire, while ladies gently glow."

So thar

xoxo


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

DDE, thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment. One of our most esteemed medical universities has provided the info here, so I recommend you follow their advice if you want to have a long high quality life.


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DDE 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

The Secret to Living Longer and Healthier! The Closest We Can Get to Eternal Youth great hub with most helpful suggestions


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Shyron E Shenko 3 years ago

I had to come back for a 4th or 6th, or 7th read.

Voted up, UAI, shared and pinned.

Have a Blessed day Au fait.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Moonlake, for pinning and sharing the important information in this article!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America

Thought I would come back and pin this to my Hubpage board and will share again.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Shyron for the comment, the votes, the shares, and the pin. Nothing worth doing is easy is it? Everyone would prefer a pill, but for now at least, hard work and sweat is required.


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Shyron E Shenko 3 years ago

Nothing like exercise to keep in good and make you look younger also.

Voted Up, UAI shared and pinned and posted on Facebook.

I have to keep coming back to this, as a reminder.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you for stopping by Glenda. Exercise is hard work, but very few things worth having (a longer healthier life) are easy to obtain.


Glenda 3 years ago

This is such a beneficial article. I really believe in exercise.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Peggy W for pinning this hub! It is the only true fountain of youth and it doesn't come in a bottle!


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Peggy W 3 years ago from Houston, Texas

I did not have a Pinterest account when I first commented on this excellent hub. Am going to post this to my health related subjects board. Thanks for reminding us of the importance of exercise.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you for reading and commenting on this hub Paradise7! You know that anything of real value is difficult to obtain. Try to find a physical activity that you enjoy and use that for your aerobic workout.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Vocalcoach, thank you for reading and commenting on this hub, and for voting on it and especially for sharing it! Agree with what you wrote.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you moonlake for reading, commenting, voting on, and sharing this article! Hope you can use the info here to live to be 100!


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Paradise7 3 years ago from Upstate New York

Ah, me, I was secretly hoping for a magic wand. I really don't LIKE to exercise that much, though I do understand how important it is for a healthy and well-balanced life.


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vocalcoach 3 years ago from Nashville Tn.

Exercise is the most important factor for staying young, along with a positive and youthful attitude.

This is such a great reminder aufait, and I enjoyed it so much. Voted up, awesome useful and interesting and will share!


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moonlake 3 years ago from America

Interesting and good information. Voted up and sharing. Thanks for sharing this information with us.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Peggy W for reading, commenting, voting on, and especially for sharing this hub. We have had some crazy weather here in N. Texas; 80 degrees one day and 50 the next. Down in the 20s again tonight and soon it will be back in the upper 70s or above. I'm in no hurry for the heat.

Yes, this hub outlines the equivalent of the Fountain of Youth, one just needs the energy to go for it. Happy Easter to you too!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Deborah-Diane for commenting on this hub! Following the advice in this hub can actually make your body age more slowly, reverse the signs of aging inside and out, and that would naturally lead to living longer with a better quality of life.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you PegCole17 for reading and commenting on this hub! It's true that the lifestyle of most people has changed drastically from what it used to be and that change is no doubt killing us.


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Deborah-Diane 3 years ago from Orange County, California

Great advice about maintaining optimal health!


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PegCole17 3 years ago from Dallas, Texas

Such important facts and information here that really makes good sense. Thanks for the reminder of this principle of good health. We used to get our exercise by working on the house. Now we work on the computer.


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Peggy W 3 years ago from Houston, Texas

This is so very true! My hubby and I "killed" ourselves doing yard work yesterday. Want to finish most of it before the heat of the summer begins...and wouldn't you know...we set a heat breaking record for the day. 89 degrees! Back to normal (thank heavens) today. An hour workout at the gym would be a piece of cake compared to what we did yesterday. The old saying...move it or lose it...is so very true! UUI votes and sharing.


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you for stopping by Shyron. This is a hub that bears repeat because doing what it recommends can make a world of difference in your life.


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Shyron E Shenko 3 years ago

I have several hubs that I have to read and re-read, this is one of those hubs.

Voted up and awesome!


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Au fait 3 years ago from North Texas Author

rajan jolly, thank you for reading and commenting on this hub and for sharing your insight! Exercise is amazing and once a regimen is established one's body often complains if a day is skipped. Thanks for the vote!


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rajan jolly 3 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

Very interesting and useful hub. From personal experience I can say exercise in any form gives a high that nothing else does.

Voted up.


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Jen, for stopping by. It is hard to find time to take care of one's self these days with the economy so bad for many of us. If you think about it, there may be some things you can do in the course of your day at your jobs, on your way to your jobs, and doing chores if you even have time for those. I often do not. Little things throughout the day are more helpful than you might think. It isn't always necessary to have a large block of time set aside. In fact, a few minutes of exercise can keep your metabolism high for up to an hour, so a few minutes of exercise every hour will keep your metabolism high for a long time. It will also keep you toned and fit -- multi-tasking. ;)


Jen 4 years ago

This is so interesting about those guys in the study who reversed their physical condition so dramatically. Who has time nowadays to do this? I have to work 2 jobs and I'm always looking for something I can do for a few extra dollars besides. I believe this is really good information and advice, but how can a person find the time to do it?

I love your articles Au Fait. I always learn something from them!


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you John Merrill. Agree that people don't take this seriously, but in fact the 'fountain of youth' was identified several years ago.


John Merrill 4 years ago

This is very interesting. I've always incorporated exercise into my day, but maybe I need a little more? Nice to know I've been doing something right. This is an article everyone needs to read and take to heart. In more ways than one.


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

Thank you Margarita, for your comments and for sharing. Yes, it is amazing what a difference exercise can make. I read in a Harvard alunni magazine several years ago that exercise is the fountain of youth if there is such a thing, and that it can even reverse the signs of aging. The more recent studies I found and reported on in this hub reinforced those earlier findings. If there is only one thing people can do for themselves to maintain their health, exercise should be their first choice.


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MargaritaEden 4 years ago from Oregon

Au fait! This information is so useful and practical, I wish everyone knew how important exercise is, the study about young men in their 20's is unbelievable, just the lack of exercise would make so many changes in their health. Voted up, useful, interesting and sharing.


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

rbm: Thank you for your comments and for taking time for my hub. I think even more important than having a longer life as a result of exercise is having a better quality of life. What good is living longer if you can't move and get around to do things you want to do and don't even know who you are?? Exercise can make the difference!


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

Very true, and exercize can help you "stay alive" longer and have a better quality of life, not to mention looking and feeling younger. You seem to do that pretty well. I hope things go well in Aug. and that you will experience lots of improvement with fewer limitations than you have now. Thank you as always for your comments, Shyron!


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

billybuc: Thank you for taking time to read and comment! Very much appreciate it. Glad you are getting into exercise. It really does make a person feel better and after a while if you miss, you'll notice it all day long.


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Au fait 4 years ago from North Texas Author

Sex IS a great exercise. The 'act' itself can burn as many as 288 calories per hour -- if you can keep it up for that long. ;) Thank you for your input Diogenes. As always.


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rbm 4 years ago

Good hub, it provides me with a great incentive to exercise more often!


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Shyron E Shenko 4 years ago

Great hub, voting up and awesome. Really believe in exercise. But I will be limited in August.

Another great hub

Science can say all they want, about ways to live longer. But the only way to live longer is to stay alive.


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billybuc 4 years ago from Olympia, WA

I'm trying Misty! Started yoga a week ago and I'm feeling great and actually looking forward to it each day. Great hub.


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diogenes 4 years ago from UK and Mexico

Good advice Misty. Is sex an exercise of value, and how many calories does it burn per hour?

Bob x

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