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5 Things You Should Stop Doing Once You Clock 40 Years Of Age

Ageing involves a gradual process, but some animals age fast, while others don’t age at all.

Dietary and lifestyle factors is something that should be put into consideration as you age. The things you do or eat can impact on your immune system, muscle strength, etc.

The seven signs of ageing include.

• Fine lines and wrinkles.

• Dullness of skin.

• Uneven skin tone.

• Dry skin.

• Blotchiness and age spots.

• Rough skin texture.

• Visible pores.

Below are things you should avoid once you clock 40 years.

1. Avoid toxic relationships

Engaging in toxic relationship is dangerous to your health, it can literally kill you. Stress and other challenges you face as a result of toxic relationships can shorten your lifespan.

2. Don't ignore pains

There are many kinds of pain that shows that you are not healthy. If you experience pains such as neck pain, back pain, tooth ache, waist pain, shoulder pain, seek treatment from a medical professional.

3. Not drinking enough water

Dehydration happens when your body loses more fluids than it takes in. Drinking enough water is particularly important as you get older. An older adult who lose more fluids than it takes in may be at a higher risk of health complications such as constipation, electrolyte imbalances, kidney problems and loss of balance.

4. Not having enough sleep 

A study have shown that sleeping less than the recommended amount of time causes biological ageing in older adults. The lack of quality sleep triggers your risk for disease.

5. Excessive alcohol intake

Alcohol causes direct damage to the cells in the liver. The liver cells help detoxify the body and can also impact the skin. The more damaged the liver cells are, the less the liver is able to detox the body, which can cause premature ageing.

Adhere strictly to these health tips as you get older.

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