Grab a fashionable pair of sunglasses and wear them.
Keep your vitamin levels in check.
Reduce your calorie intake a bit.
Scientific studies show that what and how much you eat may affect the years and quality of your life. Specifically, animal research indicates that restricting calories up to 40 percent fewer than normal have a beneficial effect on the markers of aging and disease. Of course, not every species has shown this improvement and studies on humans, and other primates are still ongoing. We recommend consulting with a doctor first before reducing your calorie intake.
Eat more fiber.
Oral health is essential to a long life and looking youthful.
Moisturize. Moisturize. Moisturize.
Exercise daily both with light cardio (walking) and weights.
Consider facial injections.
Of course, you had to figure this would be on the list. Facial injections like Botox can help reduce the appearance of winkles and lines caused by aging. The results can have a big impact and can be seen very soon after the treatment. Check out the video on the right for some examples.
To sum it all up, aging is an event that happens to everyone, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, or religious affiliation. We are not defined by the effects of aging, rather we are defined by how we deal with it. If you read this article you should now be well prepared to age gracefully.