The process of aging cannot be stopped, but it can be delayed.
Deoxify your body:
Apart from being an excellent way to detoxify your body, drinking gallons of green tea can slow down the formation of wrinkles and dark circles.
Green tea contains flavonoids that are known for their excellent anti-oxidant, anti-carcinogenic and enzyme altering activities. It acts as a natural antibiotic that helps in building immunity to keep minor ailments away as well.
Water also helps in digestion, absorption, transport of nutrients and elimination of the body’s wastes. It detoxifies the body and improves skin’s turgidity to keep wrinkles at bay.
Free radicals damage skin cells and promote aging
Free radicals are generated by various molecular interactions in your body. A fatty diet and pollutants can increase the amount of free radicals.
So eat diet rich in antioxidants. Many berries are good sources of antioxidants. Use skin care creams with antioxidants.
Smoking promotes wrinkles and older-looking skin. When you smoke, blood flow in your skin decreases, because the tiny blood vessels, called capillaries, constrict. When the skin in your face does not get enough blood, it also does not get enough oxygen and nutrients.
Give up smoking. Find a method that will work for you. It is hard, but it comes with many other health benefits.
Doctors say walking is the best antidote to ageing. A brisk power walk every morning is a good way to keep your heart healthy. Walks strengthen the nervous system, which is bound to slow down with age.
It improves blood circulation as well as it also helps in delaying the physical signs of ageing such as pain in the joints.