How to look younger after 50

Age is just a number, but to look younger as the years go by, some things can help you. However, you can still look young even at 50.

Some people are naturally every year young, but there are certain things that speed aging. These things can speed up aging: ranging from the types of food we consume, health, lack of exercise, and things we wear, etc. So below, you will see some tips to look young forever.

Do not forget to wear sunscreen

The condition of your skin has a significant impact on how old you look. If you want to feel and look younger, it is essential to wear sunscreen daily on the face, neck, and arms.

Have a poetic sleep

If you have difficulty falling asleep, consider starting a habit by reading a book, listening to soothing music, or taking a warm bath. If you do the same relaxing thing every night, you will send the signal to your body that it is time to calm down.

However, avoid watching TV or looking at any laptop or cell phone screens before going to bed, as these activities can reduce sleep quality.

Sometimes say “no”

“The best anti-aging advice is the ability to say no, no, and no,” he said. We run tired of saying yes to everyone, whether our family, spouses, or careers. It’s time to dump her and move on.

Go for a walk

Hiking is an excellent activity as it requires movement, balance, vision, and decision-making.

Use olive oil

Although you may already know that it is suitable for your health, you may not know that it is also a powerful fighter against wrinkles. Unlike saturated fats and partially hydrogenated oils found in many processed foods, olive oil is a healthy fat rich in omega-3 fats, which have been shown to keep skin healthy and deal with free radical damage. The antioxidants found in olives can also help reduce skin damage that can lead to wrinkles and blemishes.

Note* Always consult your doctor or other qualified health care professional for any questions you may have about your health or condition. Never disregard a health care professional’s advice or delay getting it because of what you read on this website.

Onyinye A.

Onyinye Abasim, from Nigeria. I'm a biochemist, content writer, and an entrepreneur. Email: Onyii@afrinik.com

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