Is time seem to be running fast that your years are adding up non stop and you feel like you just want to pause for a while? Worried about how you’re looking lately in front of the mirror? Are your joints, muscles, eyes, ears, and a whole lot more body parts of yours constantly failing you? If your answer to all of these questions is a repeating “yes”, then welcome to the reality of aging.
Oh how we love our hair! After taking care of our faces and making sure it’s all clean and clear, we turn to our hairs to see that it’s well kempt. If not, we put on everything that seems helpful enough to maintain or improve how it looks. Our hairs are so important to us that it has been, for so long, our basis of self-image, femininity or masculinity and even identity. For the youth for example, cutting and coloring of their hairs has represented their self-expression in society. And for the young and old alike, it is the source of their self-confidence. No one wants to have a bad hair day right? No doubt, our hairs are our crowning glories.
One thing that can never be erased and will always be part of living is change. Biologically speaking, it is very true as humans (both sexes) undergo age. As we live longer, various changes occur in our body. Some we like. Some we curse. In puberty and early adolescence, we like how our bodies start to shape showing off those nice curves. We like how we get all lean and muscled within just a few days of total workout. We like how our facial features become more masculine or feminine.
It is a fact of life that as people age, our bodies undergo various changes that are mostly negative. As the years go by, our bodies depreciate from its optimum health. That is why a lot of old men and women experience diseases that are attributed to aging such as high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis, etc. Thus it is important that we take good care of our bodies, internally. Eating the right foods and getting the right exercise will never grow old as good health companions. But did you know that giving proper attention to the external parts of our bodies is important as well? Like for example, your teeth!
Among all the hormones that are in a male body, it is undeniably testosterone that is the most distinguished. Testosterone is a sex hormone that is mainly produced in males. You read that right—mainly. Women also produce their own testosterone but not that much compared to those produced by men. This hormone is very important to all men because it is the one that’s responsible in making man “man”.