How can one age gracefully and feel young? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)
What tips can you share that will improve longevity and help one stay healthy regardless of age? Share your health-related aging tips as part of this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration challenge. To snag a search-friendly title (optional but useful) and get some group support, stop by our forum thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/95648
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One title was "Sleep Problems in Adultsy". Probably you meant adultery.
My best strategy is not to look in the mirror-- I have an owl face pasted over it.
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I am 82 and quite a number of my friends have passed away because of old age ailments. I am not an expert in this field since I am a diabetic and control my sugar level with drinking bayleaf tea.
But, I'm sure that treatment is not the cause of me reaching 82 years. I believe that thinking positively has a lot to do with it. Try to keep negative thinking out of your mind, that will bless anyone with old age. It is not easy to think positively most of the time.
I agree with the positive attitude statement. I have a neighbor who just turned 101, and she is the most positive person I have ever met. She is an awesome lady. Cheers to you for using bay leaf. Cinnamon is also good for controlling blood sugar.
An article exploring the connection between longevity and diet with a focus on answering the question "do vegetarians live longer?" read more
Don't live your life based on the number of candles on your birthday cake, just live your life. Do what you want to do, wear what you want to wear, surround yourself with people you enjoy. Don't be overly concerned about the changes you see in the mirror, you're still the same person inside, THAT's the person, the person inside, that should direct your life, not the person in the mirror!
Actually one feels young and looks gracefully when he or she does not have any tensions and burdens in mind. That is when our skin glows and we remain healthy. So to be young and charming try to solve your issues.
It is about keeping physical and mental health sound except some diseases that are more common in older adults. Someone has to plan it at middle-age accordance with unique environment that he or she supposed to be.
The possibilities are endless. The key thing is to find activities that are both meaningful and enjoyable. Whatever your preference, taking time to nourish your spirit is never wasted.
-Consume high-fiber fruits, vegetables, and whole grains
-Put effort into making your food look and taste good
-Watch out for dehydration
-Make meals a social event
-Meet your doctor before starting any exercise program
-Find an activity you like and that motivates you to continue
-Walking is a wonderful way to start exercising
>> Sleeping well
-Boost your melatonin levels at night
-Make sure your bedroom is quiet, dark, and cool
-Develop bedtime rituals
-Go to bed earlier
>> Keeping mind sharp
-Think different on what you know
-Involve in something new in each day
-Take on a completely new subject
-Take on a completely new subject
Our life is precious and we should make every effort to make this precious life better by following healthy habits. By following healthy habits we can extend our life expectancy and live longer. I have shared simple seven habits to live healthy life. Explore more through this article and live long! read more
Aging gracefully according to me -
Aging gracefully from within,
A smile on your face,
A hand to embrace,
To help all you can,
To do your best,
Follow good habits,
Always do good deeds,
Have a conscience guilt free,
A good deep sleep,
A soul carefree,
A song on your lips,
Humming a tune,
You will age gracefully,
Singing a merry tune!!!
There you are secrets to aging gracefully according to me!!!!
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Smile, smile and smile... That's is therapeutic. It helps repair dead cells and keep you looking young..
Having an active and social lifestyle is important throughout your life and even more so as you approach your senior years. read more
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Vitamin D plays a key role in the prevention of a number of ailments, such as osteoporosis and cancer, that are of increasing concern as we grow older. It's hard to get sufficient quantities of the vitamin from food sources alone, however, and deficiencies may be more widespread than most people realize. read more
Spiritual grace arises from a loving and forgiving heart.
Soul grace arises from being true to ourselves.
Energetic grace arises from resting well and being sensitive and in harmony.
Mental grace arises from being mentally active.
Emotional grace arises from sharing love and being gentle.
Physical grace arises from breathing naturally and moving in flow.
My qigong teacher (also a master martial artist) is 75 years old, graceful, and bouncy!
If you have Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), there is hope. Although medical literature calls RA "incurable," that is far from the truth. Taking charge of our healing, we can live well, and even trigger remission. With my help, working with a combination of sunlight, healthy diet, healthy exercise, and mainstream and alternative healing, my wife had kept herself free of painful and crippling symptoms. read more
At 60, I think about this a lot. Drink water. Sing or hum. Smile and laugh. Keep busy. Make long term goals. Stay away from mirrors, they cannot reflect grace. Love. Keep your eyes on Christ, the grace giver
A comprehensive look at Hearing Aid Types and Brands worth spending your hard earned money on. Modern options and technologies for the best assistive hearing devices on the market. read more
Regular exercise, low stress, clean living, and a vegan diet usually do the trick.
Good healthy nutrition, don't smoke don't drink alcohol in excess say no to drugs.
Avoid useless drama, keep moving. If your fortunate to have a lifestyle that doesn't require any thought to time the aging process slows down. Go to sleep when sleepy wake up when you naturally wake up no alarms! The days weeks and months that rapidly pass are not all that important in your thought process. Be positive and retain happy memories don't think of the past and especially unhappy or negative past memories. Thinking back to unhappy or tragic memories in your life will release toxic chemicals and poison the system. Live Laugh and love !!
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AMD or age-related macular degeneration is one of the major eye problems associated with aging. This article discusses AMD including definition, causes, risk factors, symptoms, and treatments. read more
One of the best things you can do for your health at any age is to keep an active mind and a positive attitude.
Positive thinking has been documented to support a healthy immune system, help with pain mangement and healing, and increase overall health.
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It helps to have a lot of money so you are not over-worked, and under endless stress. The Queen is a good example.
This is going to sound way off topic, but I've been studying the negative effects from EMFs. That's the microwave radiation that comes from wireless technologies and dirty electricity (electricity that pulses in a certain way).
Turns out that this stuff may be worse for your body and your mind, than chronic smoking!
I think that a part of aging gracefully in the near future, will be to learn about how to reduce exposure to these EMFs, in much the same way we have learned to reduce our exposure to second hand smoke.
I have just recently wrote a hub on this subject. How to improve memory naturally. Among the many supplements listed in this article, there are many more. HGH has been toted as a fountain of youth. As I will be 50 years old this year, I recommend a good multivitamin, a D3 supplement, and B-12. Add to that any supplement that fits your particular situation. Such as progesterone cream, wonderful!! Plenty of sunshine, fresh air, and water. Combined with a good, solid, spiritual foundation.
Live each day.
Enoy the moments as they come.
Smile a lot and be unabashed at finding joy in the simple, even mundane things in life.
Take pleasure in discovering new things. Learning new things keeps our minds young and it will reflect on our physical bodies.
Go out of your way to do something for someone else. Thinking of others keeps our minds off of own issues because with age sometimes diseases creep in that make us feel uncomfortable or 'old.' Focusing outward rather than inward helps our lives to be more fulfilled.
Accept that you are not 12 any more but do not become OLD because of a number that says how many years you have been on the planet. Age is such a relative thing. If you think old thoughts and limit what you can do or think you can do because of it, you are becoming old and will affect your own personal well being. Do as much as you can each day...exercise (walking is great), participate, think, create, investigate, explore, and share what you know may at a school.
We all want to look good as we get older but how exactly do we do it? Here are some easy things that you can do right now to help you look as young as you can as you age. read more
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