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March 28, 2017
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Health Report: Ways to Slow Down the Aging Process
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Optimum Health Tip:Emotional Overeating
Knowing what your triggers are for emotional eating can be a great way to learn how to curb them. Try to find alternative actions to fight your emotional eating.
If you are feeling bored, try reading a book, watching a favorite movie, or performing a physical activity. If you are feeling tired, take a bath, have a warm cup of tea, or take a short nap.
Many people eat because of stress. If this is you, try to relax by doing a physical activity like yoga. Try deep breathing, or take a walk.
It helps to be honest about how you are feeling and trying something different to handle that feeling.
"You can't afford to get sick, and you can't depend on the present health care system to keep you well. It's up to you to protect and maintain your body's innate capacity for health and healing by making the right choices in how you live. "
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REPORT: "Ways to Slow Down the Aging Process"
As you get older, you start to notice some of the signs of aging. One of the first changes that becomes apparent is that your skin starts to wrinkle, sag, and get drier. You may also notice that you put weight on in different places.
And as you age there are also changes in your joints that might make it more difficult for you to maintain your independence and mobility. You may also see changes in your mental health.
While you can’t completely stop the aging process, there are things you can do that will slow it down so that you can maintain your independence and live a full and happy life in your senior years.
Here we’ll take a look at four areas where you can create a lifestyle that will slow the aging process and support you in having a full life.
#1 - Make Sure You’re Getting the Right Nutrition
The earlier in life that you honor good nutrition the longer you can stave off the signs of aging. Nutrition is critical to helping prevent disease and increasing your years of life. It can also help you to look and feel younger.
It’s important that you fill your diet with as many antioxidants as possible. These are chemicals that help your body to fight off environmental oxidation that can lead to faster aging.
Antioxidants are found in high amounts in these foods:
· Green including kale, spinach, turnip, and mustard greens
· Red grapes
While these are foods that have a high concentration of antioxidants, they can be found in a wide variety of foods.
You’ll especially find antioxidants in fruits and vegetables, but some are even found in meat, poultry, and whole grains.
Avoid Processed Foods
If you eat a diet that consists of foods that aren’t processed including fruits, veggies, lean meats, dairy products, and whole grains you’ll be in the best shape.
Processed foods, on the other hand, contain little or no nutrition and often are high in calories from sugar, salt, and fat. You’ll want to avoid eating processed foods as much as possible. Processed foods contain:
· White flour
· White sugar
· Trans fats
· Artificial colors
· Artificial flavors
· Artificial sweeteners
These are all things you’ll want to avoid in order to slow down the aging process. These foods cause your body to experience inflammation, which is responsible for weight gain, joint problems, aging skin, and the increased risk of disease.
If you follow the simple advice to eat “real” food that hasn’t been processed you’ll have fewer signs of aging and better health.
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#2 - Implement a Proper Skincare Regimen
Skincare is essential to slowing down the aging process. This is the first thing you notice and the first sign to others of your age. It’s important to note that good nutrition is actually the first step toward healthy, younger skin.
Regular exercise is actually good for your skin and can slow down aging. That’s because when your body gets heated up, blood rushes to the surface of your skin to let heat escape.
Having more blood flow to your skin actually helps it to become rejuvenated and get the nutrients it needs. Even just walking for 30 minutes a day will help you get this effect.
Your skin needs moisture in order to prevent wrinkles and other signs of aging. It’s critical that you drink a lot of water to keep your body hydrated. Your body always distributes nutrients to vital organs first and then to the more peripheral areas of the body.
If you don’t drink enough water, your skin will be one of the first places that gets deprived of water. This causes the cells to shrink and can lead to wrinkles and dry skin.
Three Skincare Steps
Hydration comes from within the body, but you also need to add moisture externally to your skin. As you age you’ll want to maintain a skincare routine that includes gentle cleansing, exfoliation, and moisturizing.
You may need to cleanse your face only once a day if it gets drier. The best time to cleanse is at the end of the day to remove makeup, dirt, and oils that have accumulated throughout the day.
You also need to make sure that you exfoliate. This is a process of removing dead skin cells from the surface of your skin. When you exfoliate, you actually allow your moisturizer to penetrate more deeply into healthy tissue.
You can use a scrub with particles to help remove dead skin cells. This process is called mechanical exfoliation. You can also use chemical exfoliation with products that contain retinols.
These acids help to dissolve dead skin cells and are found in many anti-aging formulas. You’ll also want to look for a moisturizer developed for aging skin. Many moisturizers contain antioxidants and retinols to further slow the aging in your skin.
Get Plenty of Protection from the Sun
Damage from the sun is one of the most powerful causes of aging skin and skin cancer. The younger you are when you protect yourself from the sun, the better. But even if you’re already aging, it’s not too late to protect yourself from the sun.
Look for products that contain at least SPF 15. These will give your skin protection from harmful UV rays in the atmosphere. When you’re outside for long periods of time, look for areas of shade that will protect you.
Wearing a hat and appropriate clothing will also protect your skin from sun damage.
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#3 - Give Yourself a Mental Health Makeover
Many people battle depression as they age. But this shouldn’t be considered a normal condition for people who are aging. Some factors that lead to depression in seniors include:
· Chronic disease
· Social isolation
· Death of a spouse or family members
If you’re struggling with feelings of hopelessness and sadness it’s important that you seek help from a professional as soon as possible. There are many things you can do to improve the way you feel.
Staying social is one critical element of good mental health. Joining groups that allow you to spend time with others is a great way to boost your spirits and provide you with positive mental health.
If you suffer from a chronic disease, a support group may be able to help you feel better about your condition. It’s also important to practice self-care and ask for help and support when you need it.
Often people have the misconception that it’s normal to feel depressed or blue when they get older. Because of that they either don’t seek help or get misdiagnosed. Make sure that you don’t just dismiss your feelings as a normal part of aging.
Beyond depression, seniors also experience mental health issues such as:
· Problems with sleep
The best way to slow down problems with memory and mental health is to take good care of your body at the youngest age possible. Nutrition and exercise are critical for maintaining good mental health.
It’s also important to accept new challenges that require strategic thinking. Even completing puzzles can help you to stay mentally sharp.
You also want to make sure that you avoid social isolation and make it a point to participate in social activities. You may also find it beneficial to seek spiritual connection through a faith community.
#4 - Making Sure You Maintain Your Mobility
One of the biggest concerns for someone who’s getting older is mobility. You may be worried that you won’t be able to get around the way you once did. Some causes of mobility problems include:
· Muscle weakness
· Vision problems
· Medication use
· Heart disease
· Balance problems related to stroke
Many problems with mobility can be prevented by taking good care of your body with nutrition and exercise. The more activity you get, the more mobile you’ll likely be in your senior years.
It’s also important to treat vision problems that might make it difficult to move properly. Sometimes just by changing your glasses prescription or getting treatment for cataracts you can return to normal mobility.
If you experience muscle weakness or balance problems you should always check with your doctor. An adjustment in medication could be all that you need. But if medication isn’t the problem, exercise could be the solution.
Weak muscles can be strengthened. Even in your senior years you can begin a fitness routine that includes aerobic activity and strength training. Working your muscles will help to prevent fractures and allow you to move freely.
Make sure to talk with your doctor before beginning a fitness routine to make sure it’s appropriate for you. But in most cases, it will be appropriate to take a walk each day and to lift some light weights for your upper body.
Just these simple steps can slow the aging process and help you to remain independent for a long time. Aging doesn’t have to mean giving up the things you love to do.
It’s also a known fact that there are many ways to reverse the effects of aging that you can learn here.
We hope you found this report helpful to you and that you will put the content to good use for improving your health and wellbeing.
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We wish you well in your search for healthy diet solutions and your movement towards better health in all areas.
Warren’s Notes :This week's report topic of Aging is very poignant today for me. I have been meaning to write you all a personal note each week as part of the new format of the ezine.
I want to begin sharing the week to week events in my life and in my health journey so that we get to know each other a bit better, and that you know I face the same life surprises as everyone else, and am happy to share with you some of the ways I get by.
Over the next few weeks I'll be explaining more as I go along, but for today I'll just jump in the deep end and get the ball rolling.
Remember, any time you want to learn more about anything in this ezine, or just need a chat about your health, drop me a line and I'll email back as soon as I can, and if you leave your phone number I'll even call you back on my dime!
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Well, to get the ball rolling, let's just say that the past few weeks have been challenging for the Tattersall family beginning with my mother facing issues with independent living, being hospitalised from falling and breaking bones.
There is only me living near Mum in this small country town, so its up to me to do the needful... It is never an easy thing to do, but I think I've have sourced the best options for her new lifestyle choices, in aged care accommodation right here in town, living with friends.
There has been a lot of researching and running around to do to find good solutions, but I think we have found them.
At the same time I've had some checkups on the pain in my hip that has been nagging me for a year or two, only to learn that I will soon be facing a hip replacement surgery!
It did surprise me, as I had been managing my health and pain with regular use of products, but the intensity of pain was increasing, so it was time to get X-rays... and now I will be planning the use of products to create the optimum physical state to respond quickly from surgery.
And, as a result of all this my weightlifting routines have changed radically in recent times, but I still have my personal goals to achieve in this area, (I'll tell you more about them later!) so once the surgery is completed I'll be back in the gym.
Have a Laff!ZEN FOR THOSE WHO TAKE LIFE TOO SERIOUSLY:
1. Save the whales! Collect the whole set.
2. A day without sunshine is like, night.
3. On the other hand, you have different fingers.
4. I just got lost in thought. It was unfamiliar territory.
5. Sometimes I feel like I'm diagonally parked in a parallel universe.
6. Honk if you love peace and quiet.
7. He who laughs last thinks slowest.
8. Depression is merely anger without enthusiasm.
9. I drive way too fast to worry about cholesterol.
10. The early bird may get the worm but the second mouse gets the cheese.
11. Support bacteria. They're the only culture some people have.
12. A clear conscience is usually a sign of a bad memory.
13. Get a new car for your spouse.
It'll be a great trade.
14. Plan to be spontaneous tomorrow.
15. Always try to be modest, and be proud of it.
16. OK, so what's the speed of dark?
17. How do you know when you're out of invisible ink?
18. Hard work pays off in the future.
Laziness pays off immediately.
19. Everyone has a photographic memory. Some are just out of film.
20. If Barbie is so popular, why do you have to buy her friends?
21. Eagles may soar, but weasels never get sucked into jet engines.
22. What happens if you get scared half to death twice?
23. I used to have an open mind, but my brains kept falling out.
24. I couldn't afford to have my brakes repaired, so I had them make my horn louder.
25. Inside every older person is a young person wondering what happened?
26. Why do psychics have to ask your name?
27. Remember--if the world did not suck, we would all fall off.
28. Light travels faster than sound, which explains why some people appear brighter until you hear them speak.
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