How To Age Gracefully – Tips to Keep Looking Young At All Times With Swissgarde Nutritional and Herbal Alternative

We all want to keep looking young at all times despite the advance of time. This desire to look good has propelled a lot of middle-aged men and women to take certain actions to preserve their youthful vigor and looks. Sometimes these well-meaning intentions at wellness turn for the worse and delivers the opposite of the desired result, so our interest is to take a good look at how one can age in a graceful way that will bring out the beauty of the mind and soul.
Aging is the process of becoming older. In humans, aging represents the accumulation of changes in a human being over time, encompassing physical, psychological, and social changes. The causes of aging are uncertain from a scientific point of view; current theories are assigned to the damage concept, whereby the accumulation of damage (such as DNA oxidation) may cause biological systems to fail, or to the programmed aging concept, whereby internal processes (such as DNA methylation) may cause aging. Programmed aging should not be confused with programmed cell death (apoptosis) changes.
Effects Of Ageing
A number of characteristic aging symptoms are experienced by a majority or by a significant proportion of humans during their lifetimes.
• Hearing loss at high-frequency sounds above 20 kHz becomes apparent in teenagers.
• Cognitive decline begins in the mid-20s
• Wrinkles develop mainly due to photoaging, particularly affecting sun-exposed areas (face).
• Female fertility peaks in the mid-20s and declines.
• People over 35 years old are at risk for developing presbyopia. and most people benefit from reading glasses by age 45–50. The cause is lens hardening by decreasing levels of α-crystalline, a process which may be sped up by higher temperatures.
• Hair turns grey. Pattern hair loss by the age of 50 affects about half of the males and a quarter of females.
• Menopause typically occurs between 49 and 52 years of age.
• Osteoarthritis rises in the 60–64 age bracket, to 53%. Of which 20% report disabling osteoarthritis at that age.
• Hearing loss occurs in one-third of people between 65 and 74 and half of those older than 75.
• Cataracts are evident by age 80
• Frailty, defined as loss of muscle mass and mobility, affects 25% of those over 85.
• Atherosclerosis is classified as an aging disease. It leads to cardiovascular disease (for example stroke and heart attack) which globally is the most common cause of death.
• The maximum human lifespan is suggested to be 115 years “for the foreseeable future”.
As we age, our skin wrinkles naturally as it begins to lose its collagen and elasticity. The process is accelerated by sun exposure, poor nutrition, stress, a lack of muscle tone, and smoking. While we may be predisposed to wrinkles due to genetics and our facial expressions, there are natural ways to slow down time’s effect on our skin. Healthy, whole food provides a well-rounded, balanced supply of nutrients that are most beneficial to our health. That said, it can be tough to ingest everything that is good for us on a regular basis. Supplements, especially those derived from natural sources, are a convenient, effective way to kick it up.
Omega-3 fatty acids aid in wrinkle prevention by protecting the cell membrane, improving dry skin, and reducing inflammation. Seaweed is packed with antioxidants, fatty acids, vitamins, and more than 50 minerals and trace elements. It can be used both internally and externally to prevent wrinkles by supporting rejuvenation, protecting and healing skin cells, preventing inflammation, and overall vascular support to prevent skin discoloration. Evening Primrose Oil offers Gamma Linolenic Acid (GLA) and fatty acids, along with anti-inflammatory properties.
Wrinkle-Fighting Vitamins
Vitamin A accelerates skin cell renewal. Vitamin B complex can reduce fine lines, improve skin tone, reduce skin discoloration, and prevent inflammation. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that also helps to repair connective tissue in the skin. Vitamin E helps to heal the skin and protects against free radicals.
Anti-Aging Antioxidants
Antioxidants protect against free radicals that cause skin damage and wrinkles. Some of the above natural anti-wrinkle supplements are powered by antioxidants.
Other super-sources of antioxidants include Green Tea. Fruits & vegetables high in antioxidants include dark leafy greens, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, tomatoes, blueberries, strawberries, and pomegranate.
The above makes us realize that Swissgarde’s Omega plus, Aloe power and Royal jelly would be important supplements that can ensure you get the benefits of the vitamins and nutrients listed above.
Creaky, achy joints. A twinge in the knee. A sharp shooting pain from the shoulder to the elbow. The middle & aged ones will agree with me that these experiences sound familiar. They all point to arthritis, especially Osteoarthritis.
Osteoarthritis is another consequence of aging among many. When joint cartilage wears away, bone rubs against bone, causing osteoarthritis. Nothing could be further from the truth, say, experts, pointing to a wealth of treatment options from exercise and alternative supplements to medications and joint replacement surgery.
How do you prevent this condition to the barest minimum?
Many of the physiological changes leading to osteoarthritis are not clearly understood yet by medical science. So prevention is an effort in which you take aim at the risk factors that contribute to joint damage.
Reduce repetitive strain on muscles and joints: Be alert for any chronic aches and strains caused by work, hobby, or recreation-related activities. Don’t ignore the signs and wait for them to worsen. If you suspect that your job causes symptoms, for instance, you may need to rotate your task or modify your office chair or workstation, or even find an alternative activity.
Exercise (but don’t abuse) your joints: A sedentary lifestyle makes for weak muscles and increases the odds of developing arthritis (and other health problems). Regular exercise is essential. It creates stronger and more flexible joints. Exercise doesn’t have to be strenuous. Just regular. Consider a cross-training program that includes a variety of exercises and light weight training. The use of weights builds denser bones and strengthens the muscles, ligaments, and tendons associated with joints.
Feed your joints right: Overweight and obese individuals are at greater risk for osteoarthritis, particularly in the weight-bearing joints. Losing weight cuts the risk. Improving the diet is always a tough challenge in our time-strapped society. However, the more you can maximize your intake of whole foods and minimize the refined, packaged foods, the better off you and your joints will be.
Supplement your joints: Poor food choices, environmental chemicals, excess stress, and the use of alcohol, oral contraceptives, and medication contribute to widespread nutrient deficiencies in our modern society. Research shows that certain nutrients are vital for joint health. They can protect the joints and minimize or delay arthritic symptoms. Such supplements include vitamins C and D, boron, glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate, and MSM. The book offers readers an arthritis supplement prevention plan. Swissgarde provides nature-based supplements with the above vitamins, our Cal-C-Mag readily comes to mind.
Water your joints: Water makes up 70 percent of the cartilage in joints and plays a major role in the lubrication and shock absorbing properties of healthy joints. Dehydration may be a major underlying, and unrecognized, factor in degeneration and pain. Don’t substitute sodas, coffee, and tea for water. These beverages contain ingredients that may block the absorption of water or act like diuretics, that is, promote excretion of fluids from the body. Drink lots of good quality water every day.
Some of the lifestyle habits described above are not designed for the prevention of Osteoarthritis alone but other age-related ailments too. Supplements really come in handy here and we will recommend some anti-aging supplements.
  For men:
Aloe Power, Royal Jelly, Omega plus, 40+ for men and Cal-C-Mag
For women :
Aloe Power, Royal Jelly, Omega plus, 40+ for women and Cal-C-Mag
How To Age Gracefully – Tips to Keep Looking Young At All Times  
Aging is not necessarily a burden, and it does not necessarily decrease a person’s ability to contribute to society: older people can make valuable and important contributions to society, and enjoy a high quality of life

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