Women With Low Blood Pressure Look Younger Than Their Actual Age: Research

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Fewer wrinkles linked to lower blood pressure and heart disease risk: study

This finding gives rise to new ways to communicate the significant additional benefits of a healthy lifestyle,” Dr David Gunn, Unilever Senior Scientist said , in a news release. “Not only this, but we also found that the feature in the face that blood pressure was linked to was not skin wrinkles but likely what we term as the ‘sag’ in the face. The exciting thing is further investigations will enable exact pin-pointing of the feature in the face that signposts an individual’s blood pressure.” Researchers also noticed that participants from a family with an extended life expectancy looked younger with less skin wrinkling on upper arm compared to another group with the same age.This made them to conclude that life expectancy can be predicted by just observing the ageing process of the skin. Their findings also found a strong link between familial longevity and youthful appearance. “Our initial findings suggest that families who age healthily are also endowed with slower skin ageing and, for males, a more youthful face. The next stage is to understand what is happening inside the skin of these youthful individuals to find out more about their ageing secrets,” Gunn, explained. Researchers expect that their findings would encourage people to follow a healthy lifestyle.
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Berries According to a recent study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, a handful of blueberries are amazingly effective in curbing elevated blood pressure levels. Whats more, its not just blueberries, strawberries and raspberries too, are believed to protect you against hypertension, thanks to their anthocyanin content. Potatoes Okay, this doesnt mean you can run off to the kitchen and grab the bag of chips; packaged chips and wafers contain high levels of sodium, which may elevate blood pressure. Instead, go for a baked potato that is rich in potassium and magnesium; a baked potato is a simple natural way to keep your blood pressure levels in check.
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Related Stories Red wine won’t reduce blood pressure: study Women who look younger than their years may have lower risks of heart disease and stroke and a greater chance of outliving someone the same age but with more wrinkles, a study announced Thursday suggests. RELATED: IS BOTOX THE NEW PROZAC? The scientists also rated the women’s appearance by analyzing facial appearance and wrinkles on their upper inner arm, which is less likely to show signs of premature aging from the sun compared to the face. Findings showed that women who had fewer wrinkles and a more youthful appearance had lower blood pressure and heart disease risks. RELATED: SKIN DISORDER MAKES CHINESE GIRL LOOK OLD “We found that the feature in the face that blood pressure was linked to was not skin wrinkles but likely what we term as the ‘sag’ in the face. The exciting thing is further investigations will enable exact pin-pointing of the feature in the face that signposts an individual’s blood pressure,” said Dr.
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