Term Archives

  1. Chapter 2 Objective Thinking Basics

    Objective thinking revolves around having thoughts that are unbiased.
  2. In newspapers, stories or spoken words, many people across the world are confused between subjective and objective thinking. Some think objectively, but the truth is, they’re really thinking subjectively.
  3. Chapter 10: Preventing and Treating Other Common Ailments of Aging

    We’ve covered a lot of ground over the course of this book and hopefully you now recognize that Aging doesn’t have to be a prison sentence.
  4. Chapter 9: Sexual Dysfunction

    Seeing as we just tackled one embarrassing topic, how about we dive straight into the next: sexual dysfunction.
  5. Chapter 8: Treating the Embarrassing Issue of Incontinence

    Everyone wants to age gracefully but unfortunately, some aspects of get- ting older are just not glamorous in most cases.
  6. Chapter 7: Keep Your Hands Looking Younger Over Time

    We mentioned that the first place many people will look when trying to guess our age is our face...
  7. Chapter 6: Helping Your Hair Hang Onto Its Youthful Appearance

    Your skin is only part of the package though! The next question is what you can do about your hair. When you have toned muscle, glowing skin and a happy face you’ll look a lot younger; but if that’s topped off by thinning or grey hair, then you’ll be letting the team down!
  8. Chapter 5: Preventing Your Age From Showing Up on Your Face

    Our skin is one of the most obvious indicators of our age and if you ask someone to predict how old you are it’s your skin that they’ll look to to make their estimate.
  9. Chapter 4: Keeping Your Body Active and Mobile

    Now perhaps the most important way to protect your body and mind against Aging: working out!
  10. Chapter 3: Staving Off Depression to Prevent Wrinkles and Disease

    We’ve already seen how Aging can lead to a reduction in some of the neu- rotransmitters that make us feel good and we’ve seen how this can lead to low mood as well as impaired cognitive function.
  11. Chapter 2: Fine Tuning Your Mental Clarity on a Daily Basis

    So where to start? How about with the mind, seeing as the mind leads and the body follows. If you can keep your brain sharp and your mind nimble, then you will be able to enjoy life in at least some capacity and maintain your dignity.