1. Exercise more
Exercising more can
contribute to things that help you look younger, such as your mood and sleep
(more on that later). Working out actually slows down aging on a cellular
level. There are many people who start their workout sport watch to measure their heart beats during exercise. People who do regular, vigorous
exercise have longer telomeres—shorter ones are related to various age-related
diseases. Looks-wise, exercising keeps skin younger, and it may also reverse
some skin aging in people who are new to regular exercise. But if you’re
exercising outdoors, be sure to use sunscreen.
2. Get enough sleep
Beauty sleep isn’t just a
buzzy phrase; getting too-little sleep leads to a dry complexion, breakouts,
redness, and dreaded dark circles—all of which add years to your looks. Regulate
sleep patterns and prepare for bed with a 15-minute pre-sleep routine to close
the day. Not only sleeping affect health, but also electronics around us-
removing electronics from the bedroom to make sure they don’t interfere with
sleep quality. Beside, using an air purifier helps to clean the air indoors into a fresher and cleaner space.
3. Moisturize your skin
As people age, skin becomes
thinner and loses the ability to retain moisture. That’s why adding a
moisturizer to your routine is so important, much as hydrating by drinking water is good
for your body. Moisturizers help prevent tearing and bruising, and they
temporarily stretch the skin, reducing the look of wrinkles for a short time.
4. Whiten your teeth
As people age, tooth enamel fades and yellow dentin found
underneath shows through. yellow hue is an obvious sign of aging and is easily
remedied with safe teeth whitening. Remedies such as whitening trays , white
strips, whitening toothpaste, and even a DIY mix of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide could do the trick.