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Steps to prevent premature ageing

Question : How do you prevent premature ageing? Several people whom I met recently said that I look older than my age. I am only 23 years old. Please advise.

Answer : Freckles, deep wrinkles, age spots and rough skin indicate premature ageing caused by years of unprotected exposure to the sun. Smoking and an unhealthy lifestyle wilt increase wrinkling and dryness of the skin. A diet which mainly consists of highly processed foods and alcohol along with insufficient intake of fresh fruits and vegetables accelerates the ageing process.

You can prevent signs of premature ageing by protecting your skin from the sun and adopting a healthier diet and lifestyle. Always use a good sunscreen (typical SPF 15) and apply it at least 20 minutes before going outdoors. Exercise tones muscles and helps promote blood flow which is necessary for healthy skin and body. If you are under ' stress, take some time off and go for a spa or relaxing massage.

Evening primrose oil may help in a healthy skin. It provides omega-6 for modulation of membrane function. Besides that, supplements of antioxidants such as beta-carotene, vitamin C, E, zinc and selenium may also help to improve the condition and reduce the damage done by the free radicals to the skin.

     
     

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