Growing old is part of the natural cycle, so there’s nothing unusual about it, and we all go through this process in life. The first signs that show we are growing old, appear on our skin, so our body starts changing and transforming. The first things we start noticing are the lines around our eyes, enlarged pores and age spots on our face, neck and cleavage.
Since we don’t pay much attention to our hands, they can also suffer from the inevitable aging process. The reason why our hands age even faster, is that we use them much more than any other parts of the body.
The first things first: Be seated with some good posture. Doing that will help you do these stretches correctly.
You should keep your chin back and also down so therefore your neck will be aligned with the rest oft he spine.
You should start with some neck rotations but be sure to hold each side for 30 to 60 seconds. This applies to all stretches. In a slow way turn your head to your right and hold. Then face forward and then repeat tot he left.
For this one, make sure to pull your left arm down toward the floor, by holding onto the chair or just pulling down.
Since kindergarten, or even more, since birth, we differ between each other very much. The hair and skin color, but also, the weight and size, though we are all at the same age. Even more, some twins are different in weight and size when they’re still children!
So, what makes these differences? Later on, in puberty, we kind of “compete” among each other about the feminine and masculine characteristics… like who has bigger breasts, which guy has more muscles etc.
WHAT IS HYPERPIGMENTATION
The skin gets its color from a pigment called melanin. Skin pigmentation disorders include hyperpigmentation (dark skin patches on the skin) or hypopigmentation (light skin patches). Hyperpigmentation normally occurs when there’s an increased secretion of melanin, which is produced by special skin cells, melanocytes, in the lower epidermis.
Melasma (tan or brown patches)
Hyperpigmentation typically occurs as a result of excessive sun exposure. In other words, to protect the skin from this, melanin absorbs the harmful ultraviolet rays form the sun. But, while doing so, it may trigger appearance of freckles and age spots (liver spots).
Everyone knows that sleeping plays a big part for our overall health. It is important for the body and mind as well as every vital process in the body. Having proper rest overnight means that we can finish our tasks responsibly and feel energetic during the next day. But, do you know how many hours should you sleep according to your age? Sleeping time differs from person to person, but the infographic you can see below contains the optimal sleeping time for different ages recommended by the National Institute of Sleep.
The infographic shows the total time of sleep during 24 hours, so taking a quick nap counts as well.
Human beings live for food. To eat. To nourish themselves, and maintain a life filled with health and happiness. But, while it is necessary to eat to live, it is also of paramount importance that one realise what one should eat and what one shouldn’t after a particular age, when it would be unsuitable and probably fatal in the later stages.
After the age of 30, the body, which has reached its peak potential, slowly starts ageing. At this stage, the bone density starts getting lighter and lighter, and the immune system starts decreasing leading to several problems.
Ideal weight is how much your body needs to weigh for optimal function. Sometimes, there’s a big gap between desired and ideal weight, since desired weight can often be unhealthy weight. Scroll down and you can check your body mass index below.
Excessive weight loss is not always the best option for a healthy body. While on one side obesity brings higher risk of hypertension, diabetes, heart problems etc., on the other hand excessive weight loss is no less dangerous. The “golden middle” rule is always the best option.
his chart has been specially designed by doctors and specialists.
It’s not a crime to desire endless youth. The crime is to have the formula for youth and not sharing it with fellow sisters.
So I happen to find an ancient secret formula, used by Japanese women. Have you ever seen and dark or aged Japanese lady? They never seem to get old. Never get wrinkles, nor get they get pigmentation. For example, look at the picture below. They are Mother and daughter.. Have fun while guessing who’s who
So, their secret to younger-looking skin and fair complexion is Rice.