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Look good to feel good? Let’s try feeling good to look good too

Looking good and feeling good

We all know that looking good makes us feel good. However, investments in your health and wellness could be the best way to unlock your best appearance too. That is especially true as you get a little older. Here are some of the best ways to improve health and appearance over time. Get ready to start feeling good and looking good!

Use products that manage health conditions

As we age, our bodies will likely encounter changes, such as declining eyesight and hearing. When thinking about modern hearing aid benefits, most people know that they improve social interactions and help you to detect sounds. However, many overlook that it can boost their appearance too as you will communicate with confidence and comfort without straining. That can make a big impact.

The same can be said for wearing eyeglasses. If you’ve been delaying examinations because you’re worried about wearing assistive items, now is the time to change that.

Feeling good means looking better: Work on your posture

Poor posture is an increasingly common issue in modern society. Furthermore, it will only become more significant as you get older. That is, of course, unless you actively work to correct it. Yoga is a particularly effective solution for some people to improve posture.

Others wear a supportive brace to promote improved shoulder and back alignment. That can help with physical health by taking pressure off of your organs. Meanwhile, standing straight makes you look more attractive.

The longer you leave the postural issue untreated, the harder it becomes to correct it. But if you start now, you can begin to try to make a difference.

Woman meditates for stress relief
She meditates to help relieve stress. Image by Dimitris Vetsikas from Pixabay

Actively reduce your stress levels

Any discussion of looking good and feeling good has to talk about stress. Stress is known as the silent killer and will undoubtedly take a toll on your health. And high-stress levels may impact your physical appearance.

Acne, greying hair, hair loss, and damaged nails are common symptoms. Fighting stress levels will reverse many of these issues and make you feel better. Getting a good night’s sleep and spending more time doing things you like with the people you love will serve you well. Quitting bad habits like smoking and excessive alcohol consumption helps too.

Arguably the best step, however, is to address your network of friends and family. Removing negative influences will keep you less stressed, which also keeps you smiling.

Improve your skin routine as part of feeling and looking better

The skin is the largest organ of the human body, and its appearance largely reflects your health. The benefits of using organic skincare products extend to your appearance as well as your mindset and the environment. Meanwhile, keeping your skin hydrated will maintain a fresh and youthful glow. It crucially fights back against the natural decline of elasticity.

You would also be wise to protect your skin from the sun. Clear skin, free from blotches and other blemishes, will naturally support your best look too.

You may still want to support your appearance with makeup. That’s a personal choice. Still, improved skin will provide a great look overall.


Top photo by gabananda from Pixabay (CC0 license)

13 thoughts on “Look good to feel good? Let’s try feeling good to look good too”

  1. You know, I’m worried about posture. Most mornings, I drive by my neighbor’s kids waiting for the school bus. At first glance, they look like little old humped over men because they are standing there humped over their cells. I can’t believe it is good for anyone to have their neck in that position for such long periods of time.

    1. Dorothy, it’s terrible to have our necks down like that for so long! I’ve had both massage therapists and a chiropractor comment to me about how it hurts the neck and affects posture. Awful. Not to mention no one is making eye contact or talking (instead of texting).

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