Here Are the 7 Tips to Reduce Signs of Aging

Preventing aging is impossible. However, it is possible to reduce it. It is vital to ensure that you are in control of your aging process. As we progress in age, our skin is bound to suffer. Two major factors can determine the aging of our skin. These are the intrinsic aging and extrinsic aging.

The Intrinsic aging refers to the healthy aging that takes place as a result of advancement in age. Extrinsic aging, on the other hand, is aging that is influenced by the external conditions.

The factors may include the exposure to the sun’s UV rays, the foods that we take in our bodies as well as the products that we use on our skin. The underlying of our skin are proteins that enhance the firmness of our skin. It is a complex network of fiber. Majorly it comprises collagen as well as elastin.

The protein ensures that our skin returns to its original place after stretching. As we advance in years, there is a weakening of the meshwork. It contributes to the sagging of the skin. The skin also loses fats and becomes thinner. Other factors also contribute to increasing sagging such as the gravity and our genetic code.

Balanced diet

Always ensure to nourish your body with the essential nutrients. A balanced diet Plan enhances our skins capacity to remain healthy and youthful. Make vegetables as well as fruits your daily delicacies.

White meat is also recommended. Ensure also that you regularly take more than five glasses of water frequently. Strict diets are only to be used under the advice of the doctor depending on your condition.

Exposure to the sun’s UV rays

Exposure to the sun’s UV rays is detrimental to the skin. When these rays penetrate the skin, they cause the elasticity of the skin to weaken. It causes sagging of the skin.  It allows the formation of wrinkles on the surface of the skin.

Exposure to the sun is also the cause of age spots to all the parts of the body that are exposed. The degree of the wrinkles is dependent upon the duration of exposure to the sun. It is important to use sunscreens to reduce this effect of the UV rays.

The sunlight between 7 am, and 10 a.m. is the only period that we can get the essential nutrients from the sun. However, past this time, the exposure of our skin to the UV rays becomes harmful to our skin.

Don’t overindulge in supplements

As we grow older, our bodies tend to lose its strength in metabolisms and the immune system. It means that we need to boost our bodies to maintain our immune system. It may include the use of supplements that facilitate in our metabolism. However, when this is overdone, it can result in damage to our skin.

Regular exercises

Most people tend to avoid exercises and rely on diets. Over time, we tend to use a lot of money trying to return our bodies to shape instead of using the free activities.

Exercise enhances blood flow in our bodies that ultimately results in healthy skin and organs. Those that have regular workouts are healthier than those that rely on drugs.

Avoid smoking

Smoking can cause under eye fine lines and wrinkles on the skin. It is attributed to the damage that is caused by the chemicals in tobacco smoke. It is also caused by the reduced flow of the blood, particularly to the head.

Squinting in smokers further contributes to wrinkles. Tobacco smokers are prone to the crows feet attributed to long-time usage. Their skin is also saggy especially near the eyes thus necessitating the use of eye creams. By quitting smoking, it will result in youthful skin.

Quit drinking alcohol

Excessive consumption of alcohol has detrimental effects on the skin. Those with the habit of drinking alcohol also tend to deprive their body of the essential nutrients. It is attributed to their unhealthy diets. The nutrients are critical to maintaining healthy skin and, in general, the whole body. When this happens, aging skin is inevitable.

Take antioxidants

They are vital for the maintenance of healthy skin. These include Vitamin A, E and C. Vitamin B is also essential in the body. These nutrients can be found in servings of fish as well as fruits and vegetables.


Our parents may have given us genes of healthy skin, but if we do not take care of our skin, we may live never to understand the gift that we had. However, it is possible to age with reduced signs of aging by the actions that we choose to take.


Guest post by Ella James, an independent researcher and writer. She has contributed to many online websites related to general health and fitness. Her interests include reading and writing about day-to-day health, fitness, and skin care problems. Connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.


  1. Paula Pennachio | 30th Dec 18

    Thank you for these they are awesome

  2. Robin Creager | 31st Dec 18

    Great post! I agree with everything here. I ‘m 52 and notice a little sagging under my chin and forehead lines. I don’t drink alcohol and take vitamins and supplements. So far so good.

  3. Susan Gillam | 31st Dec 18

    Great tips, I’m at the age where I need to take better care of my skin.

  4. Dericka Buckles | 2nd Jan 19

    These are some excellent tips on aging. I especially found the tip on over indulging on supplements very helpful. I never knew that too many supplements could cause damage to your skin. Thanks a lot.

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