Health tips of the day
We asked top researchers stay-young secrets for winding time course share. Your advice helps to stay young and feeling fabulous daily to do every day of clever things exercise eats healthy de-stress not so hard right.
Give yourself a break
Recent studies show that stress causes physical changes in the body can accelerate skin aging. Fluctuations of the hormones adrenaline and cortical cause rising blood pressure and the heart beat faster. 60 to 90 percent of all doctors visits every year relating to anxiety depression obsessive anger and hostility, insomnia, hypertension, heart attacks all the problems caused by stress says Herbert Benson, MD, author of The Relaxation Response landmark and a founder and director emeritus of the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine in Boston.
The most effectual way to this destructive chain of events curb is to meditate on what Dr. Benson calls the relaxation response. The technique involves repeating a mantra a word, sound, phrase or prayer – for less than 10 minutes per day. At Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston in 2005, study showed that meditation helped age-related changes in the brain to prevent.
Once or twice a day for 10 to 20 minutes yes you have the time you have to make it sit in a quiet place close your eyes relax your muscles, roles, and your head neck and shoulders deep breathe. Repeat on each exhalation your mantra. If other thoughts try says Dr. Benson, invade, say to yourself, “Well, yes” and return to your word or phrase. When you are done keep your eyes closed for an additional minute; you can slowly everyday thoughts flow back to mind. Get your task list from the head says Dr. Benson.
They consume more fat
That is the healthy kind. Omega-3 fatty acids (found in salmon, nuts and seeds) help stabilize your mood, maintain bone strength and visible signs of aging to be prevented by reducing inflammation in the body, explains Nicholas Peritonea, MD, a leading anti-aging expert and author of 7 Secrets to Beauty, Health and Longevity. “Omega-3 fatty acids also increase the ability of the body’s enzymes, pull the fat out of memory – to say from the hips – and as energy.
Virtually each specialist agrees that you need two grams of omega-3 fatty acids a day. Eat plenty of oily fish such as wild salmon a 3-ounce serving has 6.9 grams and walnuts half an ounce has 9.2 grams says Dr. Roizen. If you do not have sufficient omega-3 fatty acid from your diet forever, think fish oil supplements.
Get off the couch
Regular exercise help you lose not only weight, tone build muscle healthier bones and increase mood it can also help you to think clearly. On foot in just 10 minutes per day the risk of Alzheimer’s by 40 percent lowers says Gary Small, MD, director of the UCLA Center on Aging and co-author of The Healthy Brain Kit. “Physical conditioning reduces stress and anxiety which wipe out your memory bank.
Feel the love
Anyone who has ever fallen overhead or discovered an action that makes them like to jump out of bed in the morning knows that passion a powerful drug. It is the central motivation of all human action says Gail Sheehy in her new book Sex and the experienced woman. The ability to embrace life strengthens self-esteem stokes the immune system and improves cardiovascular health.