How To Look Years Younger-Surgery Not The Only Option

No matter how hard you try to fight it, you are always growing older. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to look older. Knowing how to look years younger can give you a newfound confidence in yourself, and help you to feel better. It may not be fair, but the truth is that there are people who will judge you based on your appearance, and how they treat you will ultimately have an impact on how you feel about yourself. Plastic surgery is one way that some people use to look younger, but it has its share of problems. Most insurance companies won’t cover elective surgeries, so you will have to pay for all of it yourself, and it’s …

How To Avoid Facial Hair Growth

Hair is something we all have but some of us have more than others. It can become a problem for some people when they have excess hair over their body and particularly on their face. Hair color, hair loss and how much hair we have all come down to genetics. Some people will have dark, thick hair and others will have light, finer hair. When you have facial hair growth, the color and thickness of your hair can make a difference as to how visible it is. The good news is that you can learn how to avoid facial hair growth. There are many options available these days to get rid of unwanted facial hair. Shaving it off with a …

How To Age Gracefully-Getting Older Is A Fact Of Life

Getting older is a fact of life. From the time you are born, you are getting older, and there’s nothing you can do about, at least not when it comes to your chronological age. You can, however, do a lot to slow down the aging process, but at the same time, you will be much more content when you discover how to age gracefully. An endless series of plastic surgeries is not what aging gracefully is all about. Perhaps you are familiar with a few actors and actresses who have had so much plastic surgery that they now look awful. Despite their best attempts to look younger, they still look older, but they also look worse than if they would …

Rationale for Creating the First

The advent of agriculture about 10,000 years ago and the subsequent scale-up to mass feeding made possible by the Industrial Revolution solved problems of quantity but not quality. Average life span has increased paralleling these changes, due in large part to agricultural productivity, efficient food distribution and preservation, and the development of public utilities. No, it is not modern medical measures that have extended our lives, but rather farmers, truckers and plumbers. The primary products coming from farmers’ fields today – grains and legumes – deliver calories but are not natural human nutrition. The argument can effectively be made that it is the conversion of the human diet to one based on grains that has led to the modern epidemic …

Death, Aging, Rejuvenation (Part 4)

Biological clock Obviously you need biological clock to time and alarm the point when you need to die and when you need to age. Aging is the same death as in those one-day butterflies, but a little bit prolonged one. Not immediate kill but gradual shut down of protection mechanisms – immunological, genetical repair, and just other necessary functions of proliferation. As soon as those functions turned off – an organism starts to deteriorate and wear off. Interesting that our organism is not a static thing. We probably replace all molecules in our body within relatively short period of time. Obviously water is replaced completely every couple months. Water is 60% of our body. Other molecules are replaced as well. …