As we age most of us perceive a decline in the quality of our life. This post is for those who would like to reclaim or retain the quality of life of a 30 year old and slow the aging process. At age 30 most had abundant energy, physical mobility, flexibility and endurance. As aging progresses many note declines in these abilities. I recently ran across the following article which offers ideas, strategies and techniques for combating the natural declines that seem to accompany aging. I hope you find this information as useful as I did.
How To Live Forever – Almost
It would be great, wouldn’t it? Being able to live forever?
Knowing that no matter how long it takes for the next greatest discovery to be made by mankind you’d be around to experience the wonder of it?
Suppose for example you’d been born just 150 years ago. What do you think the high points of your life might be?
Sure there would be the first kiss and all the unique personal experiences that no one else can fully share that we’ll remember until the day we die.
But then there are the sharable moments too. The ones that we can all experience together. The discoveries that remind us that we belong to an incredible species that has scarcely begun its ages of exploration and discovery.
Imagine being able to take a walk through the 1893 World Fair at night and see the newly invented Tesla alternating current power sources declaring their imminent victory in the race to light the world.
Imagine being able to attend the first “air shows” where eccentric but visionary inventors forced their flying machines off the ground in a risky but glory-promising bid to finally attain manned flight.
Imagine being alive when newspapers sounded the amazing triumph of an unknown scientist named Einstein who had correctly predicted the crazy ability of the sun to bend rays of starlight in a universe that warped and buckled because, as it turns out, mass and energy are equivalent and space and time are different manifestations of the very same thing.
Maybe you were alive when Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon and became the first man to walk on another world…
Wouldn’t you like to be alive when the next one is Mars? When we finally bridge the gap between planets for the first time?
I know Carolyn Hansen would. She is a health and fitness professional who thinks a lot about what it takes to get the most out of a life span. Your life span, if she has any say in the matter.
Carolyn recently came out with a new product she calls “Reclaim Your Longevity” and to help you get an idea of what it is about, and how it can benefit you, she is giving away an e-book of hers called “Switch Off The Aging Process Within You”.
So if you’re at all concerned with where you want to be 30 years from now, 40 years from now, or longer, I highly recommend checking out the book. It’s free right now for people who don’t need to be sold on the idea that living as long as you possibly can might not be such a bad idea if you can swing it:
And hey, if Mars isn’t your thing… Wouldn’t you at least want to stick around until they’ve introduced that flying car you always see in the old sci-fi movies?
That’s what I’m holding out for. That and non-fattening donuts.
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