5 Best Anti-Ageing Techniques For Men

Ageing is a natural part of life, but that is not to say that you should not bother trying to slow this process down in order to both look and feel your best for longer. There are many anti-aging techniques out there with some working better than others, and it is a matter of finding out what works well for you and what aspects of the ageing process you wish to slow down.

So, if you want to look and feel younger once again then try one, a couple, or all of the following - it could have a significant impact on your entire life, so it is certainly worth trying:

1.              Lifestyle Habits

The most effective anti-ageing technique is, unsurprisingly, leading a healthy lifestyle and eliminating bad habits. It is important to:

-   Have a healthy and balanced diet
-   Drink plenty of water
-   Exercise regularly
-   Cut back on alcohol and caffeine
-   Eliminate smoking


Skin Care

One of the most obvious signs of ageing is your skin. Adopting a good skin care routine can work wonders for rejuvenating your skin and reeling back the years so that you both look and feel younger. This will depend on your skin type, but it is likely to include:

-   Washing your face twice a day
-   Using a facial cleanser
-   Exfoliating
-   Moisturising
-   Wearing sunscreen

There are also anti-ageing creams for men which can work wonders by rejuvenating the skin and slowing down the ageing process while you sleep.

3.              Hair Transplant

Going bald or having thinning hair is a common sign of ageing, yet it is perhaps the area that men become most self-conscious about (especially if this occurs at a young age). The best solution to this problem is to get a hair transplant. A hair transplant cost does not have to be a huge concern with Turkey being an affordable place to have the procedure - Turkey is also the leading country for transplants with around 5000 patients flying here each month for a transplant. In addition to a transplant, a good haircut can also make you look younger, too.

4.              Sleep

Getting enough sleep is crucial for rejuvenating the body and relaxing the mind. You should be sleeping for an average of 8 hours a night, so find a way to achieve this if you are currently struggling to reach this amount. You can improve your sleep by:

-   Avoiding screens before bed
-   Avoiding caffeine
-   Going to bed earlier
-   Reading before trying to sleep
-   Meditating before bed
-   Getting blackout curtains
-   Buying a new mattress/bedding
-   Investing in sleep aids

5.              Stress Management

In a similar vein, you should also take steps to manage your stress and maintain your emotional health as too much stress can take its toll on both the body and the mind. How you manage your stress will depend on your personality, but it could include, exercise, meditation, sitting peacefully, speaking to a therapist amongst other methods.

Slowing down the ageing process can be hard work and a constant battle, but if you are willing to put the work in then you can reel back the years and feel confident in your looks.


Karl Young

Part-time daddy and lifestyle blogger. Father of 2 boys under 2. Golfer, scare-fan, tea-lover, traveller, squash and poker player. I write on the @HuffPostUK http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/karl-young/

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