I have no idea why people want to avoid aging. Isn't it good to age? Afterall how many people are able to live beyond a certain age. ....with every wrinkle, you are wiser and with every white hair, you are more experienced.
I would never dye my hair. I loved Indira Gandhi's hair and look at Sharmila Tagore... She looks so graceful.
The quantity of value years we get the opportunity to appreciate varies for social, ecological and mechanical, just as close to home, reasons.
General wellbeing estimates, for example, sanitation, antibodies and anti-infection agents have presumably had the best effect on life span. A nearby second is the ascent of the social government assistance state. Neediness and imbalance are large executioners. It takes a town to help seniors.
After those come way of life and nourishment decisions. Eating heaps of lousy nourishment isn't an approach to live a long, sound and fundamental life. Being a habitually lazy person isn't suggested either. Nor is a poor me demeanor to the characteristic procedure of maturing.
I follow the counsel of a US success called Younger Next Year. It suggests some key arrangements of activities. One is to eat well. One is to practice energetically. One is to carry on with an existence of direction and importance.
I have attempted to follow every one of the three of those as well as could be expected. Up until this point (age 75), so great. No pills or medications. Dynamic socially, for the most part with individuals a lot more youthful than I am. As yet adding to the general wellbeing development as a volunteer and advisor.
Still ready to do energetic exercise. I'm going on a weeklong kayak trip in the Northern Ontario wild in about fourteen days, with a little assistance from the astonishing aides at Beautiful North.