Ageing: A Problem of Modern Era and Its Solution
Swarnali Nath Choudhury, Biplab De, Prosenjit Nath Choudhury, Hage Tado
Corresponding Author : Swarnali Nath Choudhury,
The ICFAI University, Tripura, Agartala, India.
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Received : 2017-07-24 Accepted : 2017-08-29 Published : 2017-08-29
Abstract : Do we want to catch old age at earliest? Can we avoid ageing? In both cases, answer is â€˜Noâ€™. It is known to everybody that once a human is born, he has to cross childhood, youth and then old age, which is command and demand of time. But nowadays in maximum cases, the symptoms of old ages are knocking in young phase, which is not desirable to us. Ageing is a highly individualised phenomenon which can be classified chronologically (number of years lived), physiologically (age by body function) and functionally (ability of social contribution). There are two types of ageing; intrinsic ageing â€“ age dictated by the genetic makeup and extrinsic dictated by lifestyle and environmental factors. Hair is also an important part for indicating age of a person. Healthy hair indicates health and youth. In order to delay ageing, we must pay attention to our daily diet to maintain our skin and hair. This paper aims to focus the causes of premature ageing and summarises some easily available fruits, vegetables, spices and other ingredients that have scientifically proven anti-ageing benefits.
Keywords : Ageing, anti- ageing, causes of premature ageing, scientifically proven anti-ageing compounds
Citation : Swarnali Nath Choudhury et al. (2017). Ageing: A Problem of Modern Era and Its Solution. J. of Modern Drug Discovery and Drug Delivery Research. V5I1. DOI : 10.5281/zenodo.999319
Copyright : © 2017 Swarnali Nath Choudhury . This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
Journal of Modern Drug Discovery and Drug Delivery Research
ISSN : 2348-3776
Volume 5 / Issue 1
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