What’s the Secret to Ageing Well?

We’ve seen a lot of stunning photos of celebrities who are older than us. Joan Collins, Sharon Stone and Jane Fonda are just a couple of examples of female celebrities that are challenging the idea of twinsets and pearls. They look amazing as they work and are doing amazing things in later their lives.

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Male stars too are exploring new frontiers, while there are always stories on the news about older people enjoying adventurous life. A lot of them are studying, working as well as traveling, and are embracing the later years of life as a chance to change path and enjoy a great time. A lot of people are happy to leave the rocking chair when their middle age gets pushed back another decade.

Although we might not have the lifestyle and financial resources of the famous or our genes that create beautiful appearance and bone structure However, there are plenty of ways we can improve the quality of our life and stay healthy.

– Our hair style can date us. We may be comfortable going to the same hairdresser every time. They know you so well and will not make mistakes. Sometimes, however, a stylist may see us in a completely different manner and recommend a change of the style or color. This can result in giving our image a total overhaul. It’s not a bad thing to be viewed by a fresh set of eyes.

Advice from experts for women includes avoiding having hair that is too long or embracing sharp or solid lines, thus supporting an edgier look. For men, maintaining smart, fashionable grooming helps look younger and feel better about yourself.

– ExerciseIt is crucial to be active regardless of age. Although we might not want to be as energetic as we were when young, exercise in later years can be more crucial. Be conscious of the dangers of living an uninvolved lifestyle. Take a 30-minute walk each day to enjoy fresh air. It is free and you can spend time with your friends, partner, or family, talking about the day and investing in your relationships.

Investigate over-50’s classes run by many local leisure centres. You might be able to take part in yoga or Pilates, which can also provide opportunities to meet up with other people. Include some stretching and exercise in your routine at home or think about having a personal trainer.

– A healthy diet and healthy dietassists in managing the process of aging. Beware of processed foods, sugar, and alcohol consumption that is excessive. Drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated. Eat plenty of fresh, green vegetables, fruits and wholegrains. These are all methods to ensure you’re ageing well by investing in your inner as well as your external health.

Your style of dressYour appearance reflects your appearance and reflects your. Keeping up-to-date with the latest trends and fashions will allow you to appear stylish, smart and attractive without embracing any of the latest fashion trends. Dressing your arms and neck is a common choice for older women. The artful use of accessories and scarves can achieve this whilst providing an elegant, distinctive look.

Although older men might prefer corporate suits or uniforms, and prefer dressing casually, it is possible for them to wear trainers and tracksuits. Make sure you are comfortable and not shabby and adopt a smart-casual style.

– A younger mindsetIt’s about getting rid of your beliefs that limit you and to be realistic, not always saying “no” or “I cannot”. Learn to manage the stressors that arise in your life and be flexible. However, you must take advantage of the opportunities that present themselves. You can choose to say “I could” or “I cannot”, either way, you are correct. Perspective and outlook are key. Have a ‘yes, why not’ attitude and remember that this is your opportunity to try new things.

Future plansShould be motivating, but not overwhelming or stressful. You can increase the quality of your life by stepping outside of your comfort zone every now and then. You should be willing to try new things however, you shouldn’t worry about what you have to do. You can take a class to have fun, volunteer, do some consultancy work, or start a small business from home or accept a part-time job.

The key to longevity is to live life to your terms. Be mindful of your health, and focus on living a healthy lifestyle!

Susan Leigh is a counsellor and hypnotherapist as well as journalist and media contributor. Susan Leigh can assist you deal with issues in your relationship and stress management, assertiveness, confidence, and many other issues. She assists clients on an individual basis, couples and provides training for corporate clients and provides support.

She is the author of three books: ‘Dealing with Stress and Managing its Impact’, 101 Days of Inspiration #tipoftheday and ‘Dealing With Death: Copingwith the Pain’. All available on Amazon with easy-to-read sections, tips, and strategies to bring joy into your life.