Skin aging is an inevitable process. Despite that, there are a couple of things you can do to slow down the process and keep that youthful glow.
Read on to find out how to keep skin young-looking:
Breathe and relax
Gone are the days when people used to have ample amount of time to relax. Such things are rare now. Whether we are at home or at the office, we hardly get any rest these days.
So, it is quite important to take out at least 5 to 10 minutes of time from our packed schedule. And, we need to do that on a regular basis.
During that 5 to 10 minutes, simply do nothing. All you have to do is to sit, breathe, and relax your mind and body. Stay away from all the humdrum thoughts. Just keep on doing this for a month and surely, you would see the change in your skin and body.
Get enough sleep
Beauty sleep is necessary.
We splurge a lot of money on buying expensive cosmetics. But, what if we spend some time daily so that our body gets the necessary hours of sleep?
It is said that at least 7 to 9 hours of sleep is necessary for an adult. It rejuvenates our body and also our mind. And honestly, healthy and young-looking skin is impossible without a healthy body.
So, sleep well and get ready to ditch your bottle of anti-aging cream forever.
Water is life and this is not a mere adage anymore.
When we drink sufficient amount of water every day, our skin cells rejuvenate and stay hydrated. In fact, drinking the right proportion of water is important for keeping our organs functional as well.
So, make sure you drink at least 8 glasses of water every day.
From now on, do not drink when you only feel thirsty. Rather, keep drinking a glass of water every hour.
See Also: Top 5 Tips On How To Stay Hydrated
Bring in positivity
Often, people think that slathering expensive creams is going to save their skin. But, it has also been seen that bringing in a positive change in lifestyle can bring out the same effect, too.
When we look at the negative aspects of our life, the difficult phases become more critical and uglier. Negativity rises exponentially and there is literally no end to it.
With that, it is extremely important to lead a life filled with positive and motivating thoughts. Always look at the brighter side of any situation. When your mind stays positive, your body feels awakened, too.
Eat more foods with antioxidants
When oxidation occurs in our body, free radicals are created. These unstable molecules are enough to damage skin cells. In fact, oxidation is the biggest reason behind skin aging.
So, if foods that are enriched with ample amount of antioxidants are taken, those things can be prevented.
Make sure that your diet contains fruits, seafood, carrots, green tea, pumpkin, grapes, milk, dry fruits and nuts.
Stay fit and look fit
Sedentary jobs often take a toll not only on our health but also on our skin. Digestion process gets hampered by constantly sitting in one posture. And, this thing eventually damages our skin profile.
So, in order to look young, it is important to stay active. If you start jogging regularly, it would heal your entire system. In fact, doing yoga also helps a lot. When the entire system becomes rejuvenated, skin looks healthy and young.
Say no to your gadgets
In today’s busy life, the importance of mobile and other gadgets is infinite. If we constantly look at them, our eyes and the surrounding skin might start to look tired and baggy.
But, what if we keep those things off our life on a daily basis?
It is the simplest of all the tricks. From this day on, when you go to sleep, make sure you are not using your gadgets or mobile devices when lying on your bed. When you wake up, you’ll notice that your skin will look healthy and plump.
Lastly, it is not possible to bring about these habits in your lifestyle overnight. But, with constant effort you can make them happen. Knowing how to keep skin young-looking isn’t enough. You also have to exert effort.
Janet Jackson joined The Roots and Jimmy Fallon for their Classroom Instruments cover challenge, and updated the lyrics of her classic hit “Runaway” for this dreamy version. The chill, globe-trotting cover is like a little holiday for your overloaded brain.
The change is tiny, but a very good one. The line “I woke up with an Australian breeze / and danced the dance with Aborigines” has always grated a bit, as it’s best not to refer to Indigenous Australians as “Aborigines.” (Here’s a good explanation as to why.)
In this version, though, she’s changed it to “and danced the dance with Indigenous peeps,” possibly for the first time. (She can be seen singing the old lyrics at live shows as recently as 2018.) It’s a small tweak that totally works with the song, and the insensitivity of the original term probably wouldn’t even have registered with the vast majority of listeners — but the language we use about people matters, and being proactive about getting it right helps everyone have a good time. Yeah. Read more…
As AI permeates the home, work, and public life, it’s increasingly important to be able to understand why and how it makes its decisions. Explainable AI isn’t just a matter of hitting a switch, though; Experts from UC Berkeley, SRI, and Fiddler Labs will discuss how we should go about it on stage at TC Sessions: Robotics+AI on March 3.
What does explainability really mean? Do we need to start from scratch? How do we avoid exposing proprietary data and methods? Will there be a performance hit? Whose responsibility will it be, and who will ensure it is done properly?
On our panel addressing these questions and more will be two experts, one each from academia and private industry.
Trevor Darrell is a professor at Berkeley’s Computer Science department who helps lead many of the university’s AI-related labs and projects, especially those concerned with the next generation of smart transportation. His research group focuses on perception and human-AI interaction, and he previously led a computer vision group at MIT.
Krishna Gade has passed in his time through Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Microsoft, and has seen firsthand how AI is developed privately — and how biases and flawed processes can lead to troubling results. He co-founded Fiddler as an effort to address problems of fairness and transparency by providing an explainable AI framework for enterprise.
Moderating and taking part in the discussion will be SRI International’s Karen Myers, director of the research outfit’s Artificial Intelligence Center and an AI developer herself focused on collaboration, automation, and multi-agent systems.
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