Kevin McLaughlin

Anti-Aging Advice

Finding a solution is always infinitely easier when you can clearly identify the problem. That’s the basis of aging well—the more you know about your mind and body as you age, the better equipped you’ll be to master the art of aging well. If you know what’s causing unsightly wrinkles, or why you’re not thinking as clearly as you were a few years ago, you’ll know what you can do to manage it, or even reverse it. Part of aging well also has to do with being able to spot the risks early, and it helps if you know what to look for.

Newest Articles in Anti-Aging Advice

How to Get the Most Out of Exercise at Home

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How-to-Get-the-Most-Out-Of-Exercise-At-HomeWhether you exercise at home or at the gym, some form of physical activity is essential for aging well. We know of the infinite benefits that exercise at home has on physical health, but more and more findings have been emerging as of late to support the idea that exercise at home is just as important for mental health.

A recent study by researchers at the University of Otago has discovered that aging adults can strengthen their mental function and help keep their minds disease-free just by doing regular exercise at home, specifically by doing … Read More

4 Natural Remedies for Seasonal Allergy Relief

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4 Natural Remedies for Seasonal Allergy ReliefIf you’re looking for natural allergy relief, you’re not the only one. Spring has finally sprung and while a lot of people are breathing in a sigh of relief, others are breathing in a lot more, because exposure to grass, trees, flowers, pollen, mold spores, dust mites, and bee stings can all trigger your seasonal allergies, and it only gets worse with age.

When you age, the nasal obstruction can weaken the supporting cartilage in the nose. Allergy symptoms become worse because aging reduces microvascular blood flow, which leads to dryness and crusting. Older adults’ … Read More

Is Your Shampoo Giving You Cancer?

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Is Your Shampoo Giving You CancerIs your shampoo increasing your cancer risk? According to a study by the Center for Environmental Health (CEH), up to 98 personal care items, including soaps and shampoos, sold by retailers across the U.S. could be posing a threat to your health and increasing your cancer risk.

The products were tested by the CEH at an independent lab, and they were found to contain a toxin called cocamide diethanolamine (cocamide DEA), a form of chemically-modified coconut oil that’s often used as a foaming and thickening ingredient in different personal care products. The products that contained … Read More

3 Things You Should Be Eating to Lose Weight After 40

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3 Things You Should Be Eating to Lose Weight After 40Whether you’re discussing anti-aging concepts or general health issues, losing weight is almost always part of the conversation. The simple fact is that many people are carrying too much body weight.
There are two key factors that influence why people gain weight and why so many weight loss diet plans fail: it’s much easier for the human body to gain weight than to lose it, and people unintentionally train themselves to be efficient fat-gainers by making poor lifestyle choices.

The Weight Loss Diet Conundrum: Why It’s Easier to Gain It Than to Lose It

It’s … Read More

Study Reveals the Secret to Living Longer and Healthier

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Study Reveals the Secret to Living Longer and HealthierThere has been a great deal of interest in what people can do to keep aging well and live a longer, healthier life. Some of the answers are common sense, like quitting smoking and drinking less alcohol, while others are not as clear-cut. But the fact of the matter is that when it comes to aging well and increasing longevity, most of the methods are directly related to the type of lifestyle you choose.

The accumulation of excessive body fat, the consumption of a poor diet, lack of regular physical activity, and high stress levels … Read More

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