In general, the medical community is quite miserable about health. Once it starts to go into decline, that’s it: it’s just the way life goes. However, while that’s the pattern, it’s not actually inevitable.
The benefits of regularly applying SPF usually show up by your mid-thirties. Your skin will look fresh and bouncy like it did when you were a teenager or in your twenties.
Cold showers don’t feel good when you’re doing them, but they offer all sorts of health benefits. For instance, people who take cold showers improve circulation and experience less depression. They also have better skin and hair.
Try eating until you’re satisfied, not full. Remind yourself that you don’t have to clear your plate (like your parents told you to do). Instead, allow yourself to save food until later or the next day.
Herbs are nutritional powerhouses. People who take a lot of them tend to have younger-looking, more vibrant skin and complexions. Every herb has a slightly different action in the body, so always mix and match.
You’ll notice that when you do new things, there is a bit of a learning curve, even if you’re fit already. It takes time for your body to adapt to the new challenges that it faces.
Get a blood test done to check that your nutrient levels are acceptable. If you notice anything is low, take a supplement to top it up. You might be lacking iron, B12, folate, or zinc.