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MANAGE YOUR AGEING STRESS

Sylvia Marina - Monday, October 26, 2015

MANAGE YOUR AGEING STRESS written by Sylvia Marina


As I stand in line at the supermarket waiting my turn to process the cost of my grocery items, just near the checkout I gaze at the many magazines. My mouth begins its salivation process sometimes I have to check that I don’t dribble, as I look at the pictures of the gastronomical delights. Frequently the same cover highlights ‘AGEING’. 


Many of our readers know I’m passionate about ageing gracefully. Age is not to be feared – Age is to be accepted and embraced!

Have you noticed those who mentally resist ageing get the most wrinkles?

I encourage you to love life, manage stress, be sensible and enjoy watching the exquisite character lines that naturally evolve. It is simply natural to get a few crinkles!

In reality, for each of us there are experiences that cause stress and grief and sadness. These inward sorrows do manifest physically.

For those of you who are not well, I wish you a speedy recovery and the support you need to heal. If you are grieving, I offer you my condolences, because I know the pain and anguish of loss. And whilst there is a light- hearted approach at the opening of my note to you today, I have personal experience with grief and the pain of grief and here I give you my little tip.

When emotional sadness overwhelms a reaction for many is to lose your wise-choice appetite, preferring to starve your body or overeat often denying the body good nutrition.

In such times, be kind to yourself. Remember your Telomere’s.


TELOMERE’S what are they?

At the end of a chromosome is a telomere, which acts like a bookend. Telomeres keep chromosomes (a chromosome is a long strand of DNA) protected and prevent them from fusing into rings or binding with other DNA.

Telomeres play an important role in cell division.


Every time our cells divide, the telomeres shrink. When they get short enough, our cells no longer divide and our body stops making those cells. Over time, this leads to aging and death.

When the telomere becomes too short, essential parts of the DNA can be damaged in the replication process. Scientists have noticed that cells stop replicating when telomeres are shorter. In humans, a cell replicates about 50 times before the telomeres become too short. This limit is called the Hayflick limit (after the scientist who discovered it).


Telomeres are sometimes likened to, the ‘seal’ on the end of a shoelace. The purpose of the seal is to stop the lace from unraveling.


Manage Your Ageing


Telomere’s need constantly good nutrition, lots of water, plenty of sleep, exercise, playfulness, rest and oodles of self love.


When life is dark and difficult. In those days and times when it seems too difficult to put your own needs first, remember your telomeres!

They deserve love.


2015© Sylvia Marina ND., 

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