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BEAUTY AND STRENGTH, Psychology

About Beauty And Strength

WHAT IS AGING

In simple words, aging can be defined as “getting older”

Aging is a progressive accumulation of changes with time that are responsible for increasing the chances to get sick or die.

(Source: Wikipedia & NCBI)

 

HOW AGING STARTS

Most people notice the first signs of aging from the age of 25. Appearance of fine lines and wrinkles loss of volume and a loss of elasticity become noticeable over time.

(Eucerin.com)

 

WHAT CAUSES AGING

Aging is a result of significant number of causes which are Inter dependant on one another for example damage in the DNA, proteins, membranes etc breakdown of collagen abundance of free radicals in the body with other complex mechanisms are the main causes of ageing.

(Ncbi.nlm.gov)

AGING AND YOUNG ADULTS

Young adult is a person ranging in age from late teens or early 20s to their 30s. As first signs of noticeable ageing start appearing from around age 25 many people suffer from the age 30 crisis with observing changes in their appearance, skin and burden of disease or physical constraints in going about the daily life chores. Ageing anxiety or fear of getting older is quite common in people in the range of age 28 to 32 it affects their confidence. Fear of death is also increased in young adults due to the changes they notice in themselves.

(Wikipedia, ncbi, healthline)

 

SIGNS OF SKIN AGING AT 30

In early 30s our skin starts to lose its elasticity because of the loss of elastin and collagen. Hyperpigmentation and brown spots start appearing on the skin, fine lines and wrinkles and the recovery of skin does not remain the same how it used to be, hormonal shifts, dark circles, more brown spots, adult acne, melasma, brittling of the hair and loss of skin tone around the jaw, neck and eyelids are the major signs of skin ageing most people notice in their 30s.

 

OTHER SIGNS OF AGING

Other common signs of ageing include slower metabolic rate (harder to lose weight), loss of muscle mass, appearance of a deeper belly i.e. visceral fat which in turn increases the risk of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and high blood pressure.

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