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"SECRETS OF NOT LOOKING, OR FEELING, OLD DURING YOUR LIFETIME"
 
 

by Jay Chatterjee & Roshmi Raychaudhuri

Start with an analysis of your youth quotient
by honestly answering the following questions:

YOUTH ANALYSIS OF MIND & BODY

The aging process starts in your mind.

It matters little whether your chronological age is 2 or 75!
If you think old you ARE old!

Would you rather
Q.1.Admire the Tango dancers OR try out the steps yourself?
Q.2.Run in the Boston marathon OR watch it?
Q.3.Watch Tiger Woods on TV OR play a game of golf?
Q.4.Dissect Pete Sampras' serve OR try out his technique?
Q.5 Go hiking in the Rockies OR read about its beauty?
Q.6 Try out a new fitness therapy OR write it off as garbage?

If you opted for the 'safe' (and sedentary) option, you are not alone in the malaise of 'thinking old'.

Because we are so used to thinking along familiar grooves, we find it easier not to challenge ourselves.

Because our body systems work smoothly in our earlier years, we tend to take them for granted.

Because so many muscle movements are involuntary, we do not fully appreciate the importance of keeping the 650 muscles, that make up the human muscular system, in top form.

However, as we age, all these areas need proper maintenance, adequate inputs from us. As time passes, changes become more obvious in certain body functions, which could be regarded as bio-markers of aging.

For instance, we can actually SEE muscle sag. Our muscles shrink and become more susceptible to tears and ruptures; they may no longer be able to properly support the joints, especially those of the hips, knees and lower back.

Progressive deterioration of the muscle and bone structure becomes the norm as the years roll by.

Graying or thinning hair is also pretty obvious, as is the bulge around the midriff, and the decline of the senses.

Eyes, ears, taste, all become less sharp with age (although popular opinion attributes to age a greater sharpness of tongue).

However, the 'go-slow' in internal body systems may not be as apparent. Digestion, metabolism, the immune system, reproduction, respiration, and hormone production, are some of the vital systems which change due to the process of aging.

You MUST take preventive action to counter these effects.

Do you forget where you kept your keys?

Is everything beginning to feel 'boring'?

Feel colder despite global warming?

Do you lie awake at nights?

Your brain too is affected by the passage of time, as is the all-important immune system.

When a problem strikes, we look for solutions.
Would it not be much better to think PREVENTION ?

So how do we go about maintaining brain health, body systems health? muscle health?

To do so, factor in anti-aging principles into your daily
routine. Recognizing that you are 'thinking old' is in itself the starting point.

Try to do something new in order to challenge the brain. When your brain knows something, it stops paying attention. Which is why you can drive to work along a familiar route and not even realize that you've reached.

An important aspect of brain exercises is to do routine things in a different way. So that the brain is forced to be attentive. Little changes will forces it not to be reliant on stored patterns of information.

Some simple everyday solutions to try:

* Brush your teeth with the left hand if you're right
handed (or vice versa)

* Try a different dish you have never eaten before

* Change your leisure-time activity

* Make room for 10 minutes 'quiet personal time' everyday

* Walk up stairs instead of taking an elevator

* Read the biography of someone you admire, and analyze it

* Count backwards from 100

* Take a different route when you drive/walk to work

* Adopt a low-calorie diet packed with therapeutic foods

* Take vitamin supplements

* Think Young

What else can you do to remain mentally and physically agile?

The answer seems to lie in maintaining the hormonal flow.

The very latest experiments in this area are concerned with ingestion of 'releasers', these being chemicals which induce the hormonal glands to release their secretions.

In fact, this very principle was known to the Himalayan people in ancient times and forms the basis of their anti-aging therapy.

And, they had the knowledge to cause the body to produce its own natural releasers, rather than rely on synthetic ones.

Learn their secret and you will look, feel and be youthful always.
This secret is now an open secret, having been discovered' by countless people who have successfully tried out 'The Technique'.

Amongst it's endorsers are well known medical doctors such as Deepak Chopra & Bernie Spiegel.

As long as you know and realize that the choices are yours; that it is up to you to keep yourself in shape rather than to give in to the 'inevitable', you will look, feel and be youthful always.

About the Authors:

Jay Chatterjee, a Chartered Accountant and ex-Corporate Banker, lives in Canada. 
Roshmi Raychaudhuri is a business-woman residing in India. They have shared a longstanding and keen interest in the effects of natural therapies. On a trip to the Himalayan foothills, they came across an ancient anti-aging and body rejuvenation system based on stimulation of the hormonal glands. They have put this information on their website for the world to share. If this subject interests you please visit their website.


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