Aging Health

Halfway we age we look more closely our health. A team of researchers at the University of Cambridge has delivered four simple rules to live longer (average 14 years) and age with better health status or quality of life than those who do not comply: They are these:

The 1) to refrain from smoking. The addiction to snuff is the major risk factor for premature death.

2) Take plenty of fruit and vegetables (5 servings minimum) to achieve high levels of vitamin C in blood above 50 mmol / liter.

3) Being a teetotaler or take no more than 2 glasses of wine a day (men) or one (women). Beer makers should not exceed half a liter a day.

4) Practice regular physical exercise. Swimming, brisk walking or cycling, at least half an hour daily.

This can add another important rule is also observed in centenarian populations: avoiding a stressful life. Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco (USA), have demonstrated that individuals under chronically stressful situations more quickly grow old. Stressors such as social isolation, economic hardship, depression, health problems, etc.. must be combated with psychological treatment and physical activities that are de-stressing.

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Aging Program
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