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Things That Are Making You Age Faster

Things That Are Making You Age Faster

We are beginning to get to the part of the book you have been waiting for. As stated earlier, aging is inevitable. However, there are some habits that can speed up the process.

Your genes play a vital role in the way you look and feel as you get older. Nonetheless, there are some things that have adverse impacts on your health and youthfulness. This chapter will highlight and explore them.


We cannot live without stress, especially in the modern world. However, it’s crucial that we understand how to cope with it. Failure to effectively manage stress can lead to various illnesses such as depression, insomnia, anxiety, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Nonetheless, it’s not a popularly known fact that stress can accelerate the aging process. Stress causes inflammation in the body, which leads to damages in various parts. It also affects skin fibers, thereby making the skin look lifeless and dull as it loses its natural luminosity.
Moreover, stress damages the cellular structure of the body. So, it causes premature aging of the cells. Due to the adverse impacts of stress on the aging process, it becomes sacrosanct to understand techniques for managing stress effectively.

Mindfulness is one of the most common methods of easing tension. This practice makes you calmer and helps you to have a clearer thinking pattern. Yoga is also a helpful practice in this regard. Incorporate this practice into your daily routine to improve your overall health and the quality of your life.

Sun Exposure and Tanning

The sun is the ultimate source of heat and light in the world. It is essential to growth and other vital processes on earth. However, excessive exposure to it can affect us in various ways. For example, the ultraviolet rays of the sun can damage the elastic fibers of the skin.

 These elastic fibers are responsible for holding the skin firm in shape. Therefore, any damage to them will lead to the sagging of the skin and other unpleasant effects. It can also lead to wrinkles appearing on the skin as it speeds up the aging process.

Therefore, you’ll be helping yourself in many important ways when you avoid exposing your skin to sunlight. Note that sunlight isn’t always harmful. For example, the sun is a source of Vitamin D. Nonetheless, it is only beneficial in the early parts of the day.

Continuous exposure to sunlight can lead to dark spots appearing on your face, hands, and other exposed part of your body... 

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