Asked in Aging and Life Extension
What are the symptoms of aging?
December 31, 2009 11:18PM
aging is when you stop growing new cells as fast as when you were young, and your current tissue starts to deteriorate.
AnswerThere are many symptoms of aging! Gray hair, slips in memory, balding, hearing loss, difficulty in reading small print-these are just a few signs of aging. The most significant and perhaps the earliest signs of aging are noticeable on the face. Fine lines, wrinkles, crow's feet around the eyes, dull, sagging skin. Fortunately, modern science can help us alleviate signs of facial aging through carefully formulated anti-aging creams. Early signs of facial aging can occur due to exposure to sun and pollution. That's why a good DaySkin cream is essential-a clinically tested, physician-formulated product contains sun-protective ingredients and at the same time helps to build collagen, removing fine lines and wrinkles, sagging skin dark spots associated with aging! You may be getting older but you certainly don't have to look like you are.
The symptoms of aging are obvious, gray & thinning hair, decreased muscles tone, increased body fat, joint degenerating, less energy, etc. These can be minimized with diet, exercise and supplements to increase DHEA and testosterone levels. DHEA levels decline as much as 95% over a lifetime, the largest know decline of a biological marker. Supplementing with DHEA and other testosterone boosting elements can decrease the symptoms of aging.