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Biological Aging in Young Adults - Can it be measured? Does it matter?

Typically, research on aging is done in older people. The problem with studying aging in old people is that most of them already have age-related diseases, which anti-aging interventions aim to prevent. 
 
Age-related changes in the body start to accumulate early in life and affect physiological function years before disease diagnosis; atherosclerosis is a prime example.[1] Thus, intervention to reverse or delay the development of age-related diseases must be done while people are still young [2], before aging-related diseases become established. 
 
Up to this point, the main obstacle to studying aging before old age and before the onset of age-related diseases has been the absence of methods to quantify the pace of aging (i.e. aging rate) in young people. However, a recent study shows that aging processes can be measured in people still young enough for prevention of age-related disease, and that physical manifestations of aging are already present in young adults.[3]
 
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5 Proven Ways to Slow Down Aging Naturally

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Just because we are getting older each year doesn’t mean we can’t have control over how we age. Becoming older is much more than skin deep. Simply slathering on the latest skincare creams and other beauty products may help reduce some fine lines and wrinkles, but addressing the root of the problem will be much more effective in reversing or slowing down the aging process. Certain factors such as a deficient diet, high levels of stress, and lack of sleep can cause premature aging or accelerate the aging process. Aging doesn’t have to mean saggy and wrinkled skin, weight gain, joint pain, fatigue, memory loss, etc. if you choose to make the effort to cultivate a healthy body, mind, and soul. Choosing the right products and making better choices like the ones listed below can really prove to be beneficial. Keep reading to find out more.

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How to Reduce Under Eye Wrinkles

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Let’s face the facts - wrinkles will start to appear as we age and often times they are the first visible sign of aging as our skin begins to lose its elasticity. The skin around the eyes are the most thin and much more delicate, which is why wrinkles tend to appear there first. Other factors like genetics, smoking, unprotected sun exposure, and repetitive expressions can also play a role in causing premature wrinkles and fine lines. Although it is a natural part of your life, it can make you feel self-conscious and lead to lower self-confidence. Thankfully, there are certain home remedies as well as treatments available that may help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles under your eyes. Keep reading to find out more!

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