any woman or man what their most major health
concern is and statistics say they will report
that their weight gives them the most concern.
This weight "problem" is followed by concerns
about aging, skin, breast cancer, hormone
replacement therapy, osteoporosis, hair loss,
too much body hair, vitality, energy, stamina,
lack of libido, sugar cravings, and don't forget, memory loss.
is further revealed in studies about these
health issues that most men and women equate
vitality with youth.
Advertising about "peeling away the years" and
new ways to remove fat are everywhere. It seems
that both sexes spend the last 30 years of their
lives trying to figure out how to maintain their
The truth is that American women use themselves
up long before their time. By the time the
average woman in this country is 30 years old,
she will have had 2 children, been married and
divorced once, moved 4 times, experienced the
death or the serious illness of a loved one at
least once and will have been employed at 3
Remember the old Stress Scale? The top four
stress factors in a person's life are death,
divorce, moving and changing jobs. The Stress
Scale was published decades ago when such
events as moving and changing jobs were not so
commonplace. Death and illness were not so
routine. Years ago we did not worry about breast
cancer, diabetes or AIDS.
how life would be if Ponce de Leon really discovered "The
Fountain of Youth" or if there were some type of miracle
cream that would completely eradicate all signs of aging.
Wouldn't life be sweet?
Unfortunately, age sneaks
up on us unexpectedly, and there is no escaping the fact
that we are all growing one year older every three hundred
and sixty-five days. However, if we take preventive measures
now, we can reduce the chances of unnecessary damage to our
complexions in the future.
Forget about aging gracefully, in a sense that is giving in.
Fight it all the way. You are never too young or too old to
combat the signs of aging. By living and maintaining a
healthy lifestyle throughout your years, you increase your
chances of overall balance ---- especially when it comes to
your skin. All of us will have aging skin at some point in
our lives, but with proper care, anyone can have a vibrant
complexion and look beautiful at any age.
is a simple fact of life. Most of us are blessed
with childhood and teenage stages of development, followed
by a period as young adults. Then the aging process begins.
Most people don't appreciate aging like they
should. After all, not everyone is lucky enough to be
blessed with the "aging" stage of their life. Just spend a
few minutes reading your daily newspaper and you'll realize
that many among us will never get to experience aging at
Does that mean that we should look forward to
aging? Absolutely! Aging is a normal stage in
everyone's life. If we acknowledge the fact
that we're going to get older and embrace the aging process,
we can enjoy our lives from 40 years of age and up.
I noticed something around the time that I
turned 40. My beard was slowly graying to a mixed "salt and
pepper" shade. But you know what? I found that I actually
liked it. I had always looked younger than my age and now I
looked older and more distinguished. I came to realize that
this aging thing isn't as bad as I had always imagined that
it would be.
Of course aging does come with all of the
regular health issues: back problems, arthritis, and the
rest. But for me, the benefits of aging definitely outweigh
the benefits of not
(Are there any benefits of not aging? I
can't think of any.)
Here are a few recommendations for aging
Accept aging as a fact
of life and embrace it. Always think about those who
will never have the opportunity to age.
Remember that your age
is just a number, not who you are. Don't allow yourself
to be defined as "old". The old adage "You're only as
old as you feel" is right on the money. And, most
importantly, don't define yourself as old!
Understand that aging
lends an air of respect, dignity, and wisdom. Feel good
about it. Your aging will be seen as a good thing
in the eyes of others. Make sure you view your
aging in the same way.
Do everything you can
to "stay young". Staying young (not feeling old)
isn't the same thing as preventing aging. Far from it.
Aging is simply growing older. Aging can't be prevented
(and we shouldn't want to stop aging lest we get
what we ask for). We can do things to help us
"stay young" however.
Exercise and eat
healthy meals. Regular workouts and proper nutrition
help keep the body "young".
Don't smoke or indulge
in strong beverages. These are the two leading causes of
serious health problems which will make you feel and
Visit your doctor
regularly and follow her advice. If there's a
problem, catch it early and take care of it before it
takes care of you.
Keep doing what you
enjoy. Play tennis, take in a movie, go on a cruise.
Doing things that you enjoy will keep you happy,
healthy, and feeling and looking young.
You'll still age, but you won't feel old!
Never stop working!
When you reach retirement age, don't retire unless you
have to. If you're forced to retire, do it, and then
promptly get another job that you'll love doing. Many
people retire and promptly go downhill emotionally and
physically. Retirement is for old people. But you're
aging, not getting old, remember?
The late comedian George Burns booked performances for
dates well past his 100th birthday. He worked almost to
the very end, and loved every minute of it. He never let
the fact that he was aging affect how old he felt.
Relish the fact that
you're aging and don't try to hide it. You do remember
what the alternative is, right?
When someone pays you a compliment about your appearance
or "how young you look", simply accept it, gracefully
and happily. Most likely the compliment is a very
Don't deflect your compliments with phrases like "Well,
I sure don't feel young!". Instead, just say
"thank you!" with a big smile on your face and move on.
When you're asked how old you are, simply smile and tell
them! You'll be surprised how many compliments you'll
get about not looking your age.
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