In scientific language, anti-ageing is defined as to slowing, reversing or preventing our bodies’ ageing process. Symptoms of ageing include: dark spots, sagging skin, dull glow-less skin, lines & wrinkles, dry skin, patchy skin and open pores. There are several ways that help to prevent your body’s ageing signs. Drink lots of filtered water. Water is extremely pivotal for quality of life. Adequate amounts of clean water not only will keep you healthy, but will leave a radiant glow on your skin. Consume a healthy balanced diet. Most nutritionists have recommended that a healthy balanced diet is important to reduce the ageing effects on your body. Adding Sandalwood Nuts, green vegetables, Matcha Tea and antioxidants may play an essential role in your anti-ageing treatment. Regular exercise will increase your stamina and improve your immunity and mediation and regular massage will calm down your stress and improve your circulation. Never sleep with your face pressed against your pillow. Sleeping with your face pressed against the pillow may cause ‘sleep lines’ which may take the shape of wrinkles on your face.

“Supplements and a low protein diet appear to be prolonging my life.” – Steven Magee


Live longer, Ancient Purity

A survey conducted by Essity Healthcare revealed in 2023, 52% of British adults suffer sleep problems and restricted activity in their daily lives due to chronic (long term) pain. Arthritis, sciatica, neuralgia and many neurological problems which are resilient to prescription pain killers are causing a reduced quality of life. I would like to explore some of the alternative therapies available and where possible testimonials regarding the benefits or otherwise.

Five factors for a longer and healthier lifespan

  1. Healthy diet The prevalence of hypertension (high blood pressure) and dementia increases with age. Eating patterns such as those from the DASH, MIND, and Mediterranean diets can lower the risk of these and other chronic conditions that accompany older ages. A multivitamin-mineral supplement may also help to improve cognitive function and memory in some people, according to large randomized controlled trials.

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Regular exerciseRegular physical activity lowers the risk of several chronic conditions that increase with age including heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, osteoporosis, certain cancers, and cognitive decline. Exercise also helps to lower anxiety and blood pressure, and improve sleep quality. The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services first recommends to move more and sit less, with some activity better than none. For additional health benefits, they advise a minimum of 150-300 minutes weekly of moderate to vigorous activity, like brisk walking or fast dancing, as well as two days a week of muscle-strengthening exercises. Older adults who are at risk for falls may also wish to include balance training such as tai chi or yoga. See additional physical activity considerations for older adults.



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