Anti-aging

Long-life habits

by on 08/01/2013

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In 1900, the expected lifespan in the western world was 45 years. In 2000 it had extended by two thirds – to 75 years. Aging has ‘come of age’, so to speak. In those distant days 100 years ago, death was mainly caused by matters beyond our control. If you survived the risks of childbirth, fatal infections were common. Until the discovery of Penicillin in the late 1920’s, there was little protection against diphtheria, polio, syphilis and tuberculosis. Even influenza was frequently a killer.

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It has been assumed in many circles that if you have a long working life, you will die younger – through the effects of exhaustion, extra stress, and so on. So, apparently, working hard advances aging.

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How to live longer

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To liver longer there are four major problems in the body to avoid. These are all problems which can be addressed and reduced, if not eliminated. If we will address them then we will live longer, live more healthily, and be less likely to develop killer diseases – particularly heart disease and cancer. These are […]

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