Your biological age is different from your chronological age and can explain why people of the same chronological age have profound differences between them. Biological age indicates the state of your health and the functional capacity of your body.
Factors that affect biological age and therefore accelerate the rate of aging are smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, sedentary lifestyle, poor diet, physical and mental health issues, difficulty sleeping, as well as the presence of chronic diseases.
However, your biological age is malleable, meaning it can be slowed or even reversed to a younger age through positive health interventions that have a truly beneficial impact on your well-being and longevity such as:
- The exercise
- The right diet
- Good mental health
- The use of antiaging supplements