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Anti Aging Skin Care  And Skin Treatment

As shown in many statistics, in recent decades life expectancy increases in developed countries, mainly in the U.S. The baby boomers can expect to live up to 90 years or more. More and more seniors are shown to live longer these days. But ask yourself the question, in what condition you want to age; happily and cheerfully or painfully in a nursing home? Are you getting older with energy and joy in the heart of having a happy aging? The way you age depends largely on the lifestyle that you adopt from now or from your youthful time.   

This article does not elaborate on that miserable aging that some old people live today; but on factors and behaviors that can both slow aging and help you stay healthy as you get older. Aging healthily and beautifully requires more than anti aging skin care and cosmetic surgery. To age healthily, there is often a few life changes one needs to do. Although it may seem difficult, a little awareness and effort can make you age with serenity and happiness. Doing so will make you feel better and even make you live a few years longer.

Cosmetic surgery procedures and anti aging skin care product on the market can help you, but you need more than that to experience a healthy and happy aging. To delay the possible diseases and reverse most visible signs of aging, scientific research has clearly demonstrated the effectiveness of individual practices related to lifestyle rather than taking anti aging supplements. This does not mean that using anti aging products and skin treatment are not important in your fight against aging; they should, however, be complementary.

Millions of researches are performed on antiaging. Although the results may have small differences from one institution to another, they all agree on the following 7 points as safe means to fight against aging and disease (see each topic for more info): 


  • Exercising regularly   
  • Living a stress-free life  
  • Living in a healthy environment  
  • Consuming regularly a healthy diet  
  • Abstinence from alcohol and tobacco  
  • Having or maintaining a healthy weight  
  • Being socially active (getting involved in group support and/or community services).