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Ageing, are you concern, how to stay young forever?

Updated on November 14, 2011

AGEING GRACEFULLY

Tips on how to maximize the most of your later years and continue to live healthy longer!

The way you grow older is determined by genetic variables, life experience and ways of living. You are not able to alter genetics however by simply making certain lifestyle options you are able to ease the consequences associated with any tough life experience. Exactly how quickly you actually grow older is without a doubt a lot more manageable then you may realize.

The sooner you actually embrace a healthy lifestyle the higher the possibility by the time you reach your 50th birthday bash you may look and feel absolutely the same as you were in 40’s or maybe even 30’s. However, if you happen to be currently above 50, it's not too late to get started. Healthy eating as well as a routine associated with regular fitness program is likely to make you a more youthful person.

EAT WISELY

You can find a large amount of data which points to eating habits as being a key element in keeping yourself healthier as well as sickness free. While you get older, your own metabolism has a tendency to slow; therefore it is a right time for you to reflect on the foods you eat. It is very vital to reduce eating greasy or fried food, meat but increase intake of fruits and vegetables. This will assist you to reduce excess calories.

GET MOVING

In case you have never exercised out on a regular basis in your lifetime, there is absolutely no cause to think you are way too aged to get started on. Aerobic workout is likely to offer the maximum health benefits however, many such as running, could be far too traumatic on the joints especially the knees and lower back. On the other hand, you will find there are lots of physical exercises that provide health benefits for the elderly to work out.

· SWIMMING - It is the most satisfactory physical exercise. Swimming is effective on the muscle group of your body and hardly ever causes injuries. It does not cause tension your own important joints.

· AQUA AEROBICS - Works on overall body, it is really a non-impact, enjoyable exercise plus it offers the very same exercise benefits like low-impact aerobic exercise on ground.

· WALKING -A low-impact friendly exercise suitable for any age groups. You can actually talk with friends or families whilst you do your walking rounds with them. Brisk walks can burn roughly similar amount of calories for each distance in comparison to running.

· STRENGTH TRAINING – Really helps to take care of a great posture as well as your sense of balance. This is most definitely very important to the aged as their probability of falling is without a doubt significantly greater.

· FLEXIBILITY (STRETCHING) – Physical exercise are extremely essential for the aged, this keep the important joints flexible as well as defend against joint disease.

· YOGA – Unites the body, mind and spirit to enhance health and improve overall quality of lie. It is an ancient self-discipline that develops flexibility, endurance as well as deep breathing practice.

· QI GONG – comes from the Chinese words “qi” meaning “energy” and “gong”, meaning “work”. It is a Chinese exercise system that focuses on cultivating and attracting qi for a mind-body healing system.

· TAICHI – This is also an ancient Chinese technique to improve your balance and co-ordination. It strengthens your muscle tissues, improve motor control as well as maintain good posture. Taichi also has a calming and relaxing effect on your mind.

MENTAL EXERCISE

Working the mind is really as essential as doing exercises for your body. You need to carry on and task yourself, to educate yourself, exposing yourself to new suggestions, share new ideas and to talk about current information with other people. Keep in mind that in the event you don’t utilize it, you will lose it.

MEDITATION

It's really a step-by-step methodical technique to slowly focus your brain. Your whole body reaction to deep breathing is exactly the contrary associated with it's a reaction to anxiety. Meditation will calms your central nervous system and eventually your breathing, heartbeat and also blood pressure. If you meditate regularly you will eventually find internal peace as well as calmness, much greater attention along with recollection.

LAUGHTER

It's actually an awesome "up" lifter on your mental as well physical well-being. Everyone is needless to say are easily drawn to anyone who has a great love of life. Laughing out loud can help you maintain a positive lifestyle and it has already been identified to possess therapeutic qualities too.

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    • kidsworld profile image

      kidsworld 

      6 years ago

      I think laughing is the easiest way to stay young ! Thanks for the tips given.

    • calvincho profile image

      calvincho 

      6 years ago from George Town

      of all, tai chi is the best..

    • calvinlau88 profile image

      calvinlau88 

      6 years ago from Malaysia

      Good info

    • klyyong profile image

      klyyong 

      6 years ago

      Enjoy your life, another secret of staying young. Thanks for sharing.

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      Ong 

      6 years ago

      This is good tips.....thank you

    • doubleH profile image

      doubleH 

      6 years ago from Singapore

      Good tips, thanks for sharing

    • ilitek profile image

      ilitek 

      6 years ago

      I learn NLP on how to stay young

    • GT Ooi profile imageAUTHOR

      GT Ooi 

      6 years ago from Penang, Malaysia

      Another healthy lifestyle tips, how to prevent ageing and stay young forever.

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