Have you ever wished you felt younger than you are? Remember when you had energy and you were up for anything? What if you could feel younger, at any age?
Well, today I’m going to share 3 things you can do today to start feeling young again!
If you want to feel young it’s important to keep moving! Think about it…. Have you ever seen an old car in a parade, all shiny and running like a top? Well, contrast that with those old rusty junkers you see sitting idle out in a field somewhere. What’s the big difference? One kept moving and one didn’t.
You don’t want to get all rusty do you? Of course not and you’ve got built-in rustoleum….just keep moving and stay active.
Ageing can make your muscles and joints stiff if you’re not exercising. Regular exercise can help you be more flexible, boost your mood, keep your metabolism high, and improve your blood flow! All of which can help you feel younger.
Get Enough Quality Sleep
Getting enough quality sleep is Tip #2 It’s super important for helping you feel younger. A good night’s sleep helps improve concentration and memory, allows your body to repair any cell damage that occurred during the day, and refreshes your immune system!
Another important way that good quality sleep can help you feel younger involves the production of human growth hormone or HGH. HGH is at its highest production during slow-wave sleep.
As adults we don’t produce the same levels of HGH we did when we were younger and a deficiency in HGH can lead to reduced muscle mass, slower metabolism, more belly fat and sagging skin.
So sleep more to increase your HGH production and you’ll feel younger as a result.
Do Something New
According to the article, “Aging: Learning New Things Helps Your Mind Stay Young,”
…you’re never too old to learn something new! Learning new things is exciting and can help boost your mood, reduce stress and even help ward off depression.
But can you really teach an old dog new tricks? Well, I don’t know about dogs but people can learn even complex things at any age.
Priscilla who was a midwife in rural Kenya grew up with a free primary education and never learned to read or write. As she was turning 90 she decided she wanted to write down her experiences and knowledge to pass down to the next generation. So she went back to school (with six of her great great grandchildren and learned to read and write.
If Priscilla can learn something as complex as reading and writing after 90 years of illiteracy you can certainly learn something new too.
You know every week I like to give you a free resource you can use to keep you moving forward in your health and wellness journey and this week I’ve put together my guide for “Looking and Feeling Your Best Naturally”.
I’ve packed more tips and resources into this guide to help you gain more energy, improve your sleep, athletic performance and improve your skin, hair and nails. So you can look and feel your best at any age.
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