Tuesday, 28 October 2014

10 Tips for Looking Younger

Sleep helps regulate your body's metabolism and helps you stay fresh. Take 6-8 hours of sleep daily for a healthy and younger looking skin.

Just 30 minutes of a moderate activity for three or four times a week can help you can help you stay disease-free by strengthening your immune system.

Having four to five servings of fresh fruits and vegetables will help you have a fresh and younger skin and a healthy body.

Drink at least 8-10 glasses of water a day. It helps hydrate the skin and also removes impurities from the body.

Ultraviolet rays from the sun have the potential to damage your skin and also often results in dehydration. Apply a good sun block, according to your skin type before going out in the sun.

Those who remain happy and avoid stress look young and healthy. So, avoid stress by practicing relaxation exercises and thinking positive.

A diet rich in antioxidants like broccoli, red peppers, cauliflower and other yellow, red and green vegetables that are high in vitamins A, C and E that fight the oxidation that damages your tissues.

Start your day with a morning walk. When you feel fit and healthy your self-confidence increases and you feel more able to cope with the demands made on you. Time spent in walking means time taken off from the stresses of daily life.

Many diseases are linked to stress and negative thoughts, as well as some degenerative conditions that are associated with aging. Accept situations that you can't change and deal with the ones that you can.

Make sure that your immunisations are up to date and that you have regular health examinations that are recommended for your age.


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