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1. Having the right mindset and attitude to ageing is critical – It’s a new beginning, not a slow decline.
The right mindset for successful ageing is to: “Consciously choose to live a long, active and healthy life, to continue to contribute to society, to nurture your close social relationships and to willingly share the knowledge and wisdom you possess with other people, both younger and older.”
2. You must maintain your sense of purpose in life
For many mature men, including me, our work has been a key determinant of our self worth, family esteem, our personal identity and our standing in the community. The rapid drop off in energy experienced by many men from age 60 to 70 is caused by stopping work; i.e. by retirement.
3. Adopting an anti-ageing diet will extend your life and keep you healthy – foods such as fruit, vegetables, fish, nuts, and whole grains.
As we age our bodies change; the nutritional needs of people over 50 are different to those of children, teenagers and younger adults. Good nutrition will play an important role in how well you age.
4. Incorporate vitamins, supplements and superfoods into your nutrition plan may be necessary.
Recent studies show we are not getting the amounts of vitamins, minerals and nutrients we need from our modern diet. There are thousands of published studies supporting the use of vitamins, minerals and supplements, and we are now also able to measure the positive effects that many supplements provide.
5. Exercise is key to staying strong, energetic, and healthy as you get older.
No matter what your age, exercise can provide enormous benefits for your health, and its importance increases once you are over 50. Regardless of whether you are healthy or dealing with an illness, there are many ways to become more active. Just start slowly and gradually build up within your limits.
6. You must avoid or give up any toxic habits – the rest is pointless if you don’t do this.
If you are really serious about reversing or slowing you ageing process and plan to starting to follow a healthy diet and exercise program; as part of that overall lifestyle change you obviously need to give up all of the toxic habits you are still practicing. The most common toxic addictions in developed nations are smoking, taking illicit drugs and excessive alcohol consumption.
7. Diseases related to ageing can be avoided
Many older people are under the impression that contracting one or more of the diseases associated with ageing is inevitable as you age. This is not true; you can have a big influence on your health as you age by the lifestyle you choose to adopt.
8. Your well-being is equally important; look after your mental and spiritual health.
Ageing and longevity are not just about physical health. Mind and spirit are equally crucial to healthy ageing and attaining increased longevity. Learn about each of the elements than has an impact on your overall state of well-being.
9. Stress can be a key factor in almost all diseases.
The human body responds to events that cause stress by activating your nervous system and specific hormones to speed up your heart rate, breathing rate, blood pressure and metabolism. Chronic stress is the response to emotional pressure suffered for a prolonged period of time, so that the nervous system does not have a chance to activate the “off switch”. As a result the body remains in a constant state of arousal. This is actually so serious that it has been estimated that up to 90% of doctor’s visits are for stress related conditions.
10. Incorporating anti-ageing therapies as they become available will extend your life even further.
All of the above factors are important elements of the healthy lifestyle you need to practice to maximise your likelihood of living a long, healthy and happy life.
They have now become even more important than ever. Over the next 10 to 15 years there will be dramatic advances in biotechnology that will radically improve future prospects for life expectancy from which we can all benefit; so taking action right now in all the key areas of our lifestyle will increase your chances of being around and in the best possible shape to take advantage of these imminent benefits.
In case you are worried that your genetic inheritance will mean this won’t benefit you, recent studies have shown that the rate at which you age is determined by your genetics is only 25–35%; the rest is completely within your control.
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