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How Do Your Habits Affect Your Face?

Do you ever wonder if your daily habits are actually having an effect on your face? Sure, we know that working out can make our body tone, lean and strong, and our heart healthy. We know that smoking can leave black soot in our lungs that make it hard to breathe, cause bad breath, and shorten our life. We know that drinking too much alcohol can leave you with a throbbing headache, a sick stomach, and all over bloat. And that not drinking enough water can have a similar effect. But what do those daily habits do to our looks? It’s like the movie “Sliding Doors”- if I choose to live my life with these habits, my face will look like this; if I choose to live my life with those habits, my face will look like that.



Balding, Wrinkles & Oral Cancer...Smoking Sure Is Sexy

Most of us know that smoking is bad for us. We’ve all seen the commercials with the woman with a tube in her throat. But research has linked smoking to issues that we once thought had nothing to do with it. And for the smokers out there who have just accepted their risk for lung cancer, you may not be so accepting of your risks once you realize the dozen plus other ways smoking can affect your life, and sooner than you thought. Take a look:



Menopause Management

Menopause comes with a pesty package of symptoms including hot flashes, mood swings, weight gain and, the worst, not feeling like yourself. You don’t have to let menopause control you. Beat the menopausal monster and feel like yourself again with these foods:



Foods for Anti-Aging

Free Radicals are wrinkle-wary’s worst enemy. They can do major cell damage, weakening the structure of your skin and causing wrinkles, cellulite, droopy skin and everything you’re buying that expensive cream for. If not for vanity purposes, you should do what you can to fight free radicals because they can make you more prone to diseases and weaken your body’s ability to heal itself. Anti-Aging Antioxidants can help reduce the damage done by free radicals. Try there: