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ADD YEARS TO YOUR LIFE AND LIFE TO YOUR YEARS

 

Does age really matters? Yes, it does. It is important in every aspect including our physical and mental. Kids tend to wish to grow up as soon as possible while the elderly were hoping that they are still young and strong. People don’t appreaciate when they are living it, instead they chose to make a fuss. 

 

At here, we are going to check your physiological age !

 

Anti-aging factor 

1.If our blood pressure is 120/80 or less, we can substract 2 years from our age.

 

2.If we are under 40 years old and our cholesterol is less than 180, substract 1 year while if we are over 50 years old and the cholesterol level is under 200, substract 1 year too.

 

3.If we are in a healthy state and exercise regularly (moderately), subtract 1 year. 

 

4.If we have had no chronic illnesses, subtract 2 years.

 

5.If we have no respiratory problems such as asthma and emphysema, subtract 1 year.

 

6.If  our resting heart rate is less than 60 beats per minute, subtract 1 year.

 

7.If we have good vision, (included glasses cause it’s okay), subtract 1 year.

 

 

Aging factors 

1.If our blood pressure is 140/90 or greater than that, add 2 years to our age.

 

2.If we are overweight, add 3 years.

 

3.If our cholesterol level is more than 250, add 1 year.

 

4.If we vape or smoke, add 2 years.

 

5.If we have more than 2 drinks per day, add 1 year.

 

6.If we don’t recover from a normal heart rate within 10 minutes after exercise, add one year. 

 

7.If we are anemic, add 1 year. 

 

8.If we have poor immunity, means that we get infected easily or easy to catch a cold , add 1 year.

 

9.If we always feel fatigue and tired, add 1 year.

 

10.If we have poor short term-memory, add 1 year. 

 

 

 

 

 

References

[1] Department of Statistics Malaysia. Yearbook of Statistics Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Department of Statistics Malaysia, various years from 1980 to 2000.

[2] World Health Organization (WHO). “Measuring Change in Nutritional Status,” Geneva: WHO, 1983. 

[3] World Health Organization (WHO). “Obesity: Preventing and Managing the Global Epidemic:” Report of a WHO consultation on obesity. Geneva: WHO, 1998.