Getting your body moving is another key to slowing your biological age. While you might feel you move around enough in your life, the human body is designed to move all the time. You need to find ways to work in up to one hour of activity a day, allowing your muscles to maintain their strength and to help your flexibility stay consistent. When you aren’t moving as much, your muscles can tighten up, causing you to change the way you move, which can lead to injuries, which can lead to not moving as much, etc. It’s a painful cycle and one which can be avoided if you just move more. Even walking will work to help your body become younger. Running and other intense sports aren’t necessary. Just naturally lower your body's age.
Add Less to Your Plate, Add Less to Your Age
Finally, a good way to help reduce your chronological age is to eat less than you think you should. While the current average diet is about 2000 calories, studies are showing that eating less can help to slow the aging process as well as increase life expectancy. Try to leave a few bites untouched at every meal to help your body work as little as possible and stay young.
Though you can’t turn the hands of time back completely, there are many ways in which you can slow down the process of time. With just a few minor changes to your life, you can add energy to your days and nights.