Research shows that appropriate nutrition keep the brain operating better longer and that full, fresh meals like the Mediterranean Diet decrease aging.
One research indicated that lifelong exercisers had younger-looking muscle mass, cholesterol, and immune system function.
Sunlight-derived vitamin D has several health advantages. One research indicated that women with greater vitamin D levels had longer telomeres, which determine a cell's lifetime.
To prevent premature aging, the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) advises protecting your skin, applying a broad-spectrum SPF 30 or higher sunscreen, and finding shade.
Hydration helps delay aging. Aqua keeps your body cool, lubricates joints, removes waste via urine, sweat, and bowel movements, and protects delicate tissues.
Smoking affected skin biophysical measures, including dermis and epidermis thickness, density, and nasolabial folds, according to one research.
Dental cleanliness improves tooth appearance and may prevent age-related diseases including cardiovascular disease, stroke, and diabetes.
According to study, increasing the gut microbiome's "good" bacteria may protect you against age-related disorders like dementia.
Many studies relate persistent stress to hastened aging. One discovered that prolonged stress shortens cell telomeres quicker. Also connected to inflammation: stress.
Sleeping adequately improves happiness, heart health, blood sugar, brain function, immunity, stress, and weight reduction.