These daily habits, according to the health report, are summarized as follows:
Scientists at the University of California, America, have found that just one night of poor sleep makes the cells of the body age faster, and during sleep, many of the body's vital systems repair and renew themselves, so poor sleep has been linked to everything from accelerated skin aging to a higher risk of disease. Chronic diseases including heart disease, obesity, diabetes, cancer and dementia.
Researchers at the American Academy of Dermatology have found that eating high amounts of sugar can cause wrinkles by damaging collagen and elastin, the two proteins that keep our skin looking young.
Smoking significantly accelerates the aging process of the skin and causes wrinkles and a dull, sallow complexion.
Chronic stress can make you age quickly. Inflammation from stress can lead to increased anxiety, cognitive impairment and insomnia, but stress management techniques — such as regular exercise and relaxation exercises such as meditation and deep breathing — can help.
A 2019 study published in the journal Aging and Mechanisms of Disease found that blue light can damage brain cells and eyes. To avoid this, researchers recommend getting as much natural light as possible, wearing blue glasses, and reducing screen time.