Control stress level - Each chromosome has two protective caps on two ends known as telomeres. As the telomeres shorten, their structural integrity weakens, causing the cells to age rapidly and die. Chronic stress causes short telomeres. That's why it's important to control your stress levels.
Daily Meditation - It has been discovered by researchers that those who meditated underwent genetic mutations following mental exercises that did not appear in the non-meditative group after other relaxing activities. Thus regular mental meditation practice slows down the aging process of practitioners. Make a calorie restriction - Calorie restriction means reducing the average daily calorie intake below normal, without malnutrition or deprivation of essential nutrients. It is a consistent structure for reducing the average daily calorie intake. It has been shown in many studies that calorie restriction is associated with longevity.
Exercise Regularly - Experts recommend 30 to 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous walking for many days but the benefits start with little activity. Diligent people can live for an average of five years longer than inactive people. Regular exercise schedules, including aerobic activities and strength training, reduce genomic consistency. It also reduces telomere gravity. The association between physical exercise and telomere length may also be due to oxidative stress and inflammation. Regular exercise may not really change the aging process, but it does reduce its many systemic and mobile effects.
Take nutritious food - As people get older, they generally need fewer calories. However, their nutritional requirements are much higher or higher than when they were younger. That is why it is so important to eat foods that are high in nutrients. For healthy aging, we need to choose a variety of colors in fruits and vegetables, and differentiate the sources of protein by choosing meat, fish, whole nuts, peanut butter, and beans.
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