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Thursday, 13 June 2013

What nine daily habits they age?

Old age is inevitable. Moreover, this is the cycle of life. But could with our daily habits ... get older before our time?
You can feel smaller than it looks, but the truth is that the fatigue of work, daily jogging and modern lifestyles leave indelible marks on the body and especially on our face. Our experts suggest some ways you can help us get back in time ... back.
  • Are you a night owl?
If you usually sleep late, you must keep in mind that the results of this habit will soon see them "engraved" in your face. Sleep deprivation causes bags under the eyes, droopy, tired eyelids and pale skin, signs that make you look less healthy and therefore less attractive, according to experts.
  • Keep malice?

If you are able to leave the past behind and any unpleasant memories you have that, you can add years to ... your body. Several studies show that forgiveness and repentance are prominent, positive signs in the body.

Indeed, a study published in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine in 2005, showed that the lack of forgiveness increases the activity of neurons, which reduces the quality of sleep.
Furthermore, the malice increases stress, which in turn increases the levels of the hormone cortisol. This hormone stress then ... contributes to increased body weight, blood pressure, blood sugar and the risk of diabetes.
  • Exercise only when "we"?

If your plans for the gym beginning on January 1, in the spirit of major decisions for the new year to lose the pounds of the festive season, then you might have to finally admit the truth: You're fooling yourself.
In contrast, many studies show that regular exercise helps to prevent diseases related to age, while extending its lifetime. Daily exercise helps reduce cortisol levels and increases the beneficial hormones such as testosterone and helps to control high blood pressure, improves mood and keeps strong and flexible body as it ages.
  • Even smoke? And drink?

H connection between smoking, alcohol, and longevity is undeniable. So the sooner you stop smoking and drinking, the more (and better) will add years to your life.
A study, published in the American Journal of Public Health in 2002 showed that smokers who quit at age 35 add about eight years in their lives, compared with people who continue to smoke, while smokers who stop smoking at the age of 65, add about two to four years. In addition, smokers have a higher risk for diseases such as cancer, heart disease, dementia and premature death.
Similarly, excessive alcohol consumption can lead to heart failure and high blood pressure, as well as liver cirrhosis and weight gain. RECALLS that the normal limit is 1-2 drinks for women and 2-3 for men on a daily basis.
  • Did you rub your eyes?

You tired eyes and you wont rub? Probably should think again. When you rub your eyes, breaks down collagen and elasticity around the area, which creates wrinkles and broken capillaries.
The skin in this area is incredibly thin and extremely sensitive and vulnerable. To relieve tired or irritated eyes, rather than rub, try to place two bags of green tea. Allow to cool and place them on your eyes for 10 minutes.
  • Do you sleep with your face on the pillow?

As strange as it sounds, if you sleep with the face on the pillow can age ... sooner. Indeed, this happens in two ways: 1) persistently pressing your face into a pillow, injure your skin and over time, this trauma is deteriorating and can create permanent wrinkles by breaking down collagen. 2) Also, the skin's ability to regenerate danger, and disturb the circulation of blood to part of the face is pressed.
  • Eat "paw"?

If you usually eat junk food, which is rich in sodium and fat increases cholesterol levels in your body and enhances the aging process, while contributing to risk of obesity.
With the increase in body weight have a higher risk for cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Instead, avoiding processed foods and reducing the amount of sugar and fat in your diet, can significantly reduce all these risks.
  • Rarely drink water?

Increasing the amount of water you drink each day may be the key to youthful skin. Water is essential for maintaining skin moisture and assists in achieving the necessary nutrients to the skin.
In addition, water helps skin cells to regenerate faster, while in the opposite case, the skin is dehydrated, thus causing dryness, loses its elasticity and is prone to wrinkles.


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