A tan causes you to look young and cool—but it can have disastrous effects that can lead to wrinkles—or worse. "The sun's rays can take a toll on your skin.
It's true—drinking sugary can age your cells. "Sugar-sweetened soda consumption might promote disease independently from its role in obesity,
Well, plenty of that comes from limited flexibility and spinal support in younger years. Low flexibility in your 20's and 30's could cause some problems afterward , the most ones being joint or muscle pain, and an overall hunched-over look.
Increasing sleep disordered breathing (SDB) severity and sleep disruption was related to epigenetic age acceleration, independent of measured confounders.
Don't stress out an excessive amount of over this, but stress ages you. "The telomeres are the ends of the chromosomes—the structures inside each cell that contain the genes
Once you're hard at work on your desk (or immersed in TV or the internet), it are often tough to remind yourself that you've been sitting still for a long time
Again, we all do that from time to time. We toss mail into a pile, throw clothes on a chair, let our 'to do' list get really long, and just generally fail to require care of the little things.
A landmark study eight years ago proved cigarettes can age you. "In what's perhaps the best detail of the study, researchers used the annual Twins Days Festival in Twinsburg,
I think the single most important thing you can do to look younger is smile. It decreases the amount of wrinkles that appear over time on your face