How to protect your body from aging “rust” … the Japanese way?

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A Japanese expert confirmed that the feeling of aging is evidence of the lack of physical activity necessary to revive the body, pointing out that the spread of “remote work” since the outbreak of the Corona virus has exacerbated the crisis. He stressed that there is a set of exercises that help slow down aging.

Professor Hiroshi Hiirazumi confirmed in a press interview that inactivity of the body parts leads to aging at an early age.

Hiraizumi said that many people now suffer from unexpected body pain due to remote work, explaining that the vertical muscles that extend from the waist to the front of the hip joint, as well as the back muscles, become stiff and put pressure on the lower back.

The Japanese expert recommended to start fighting the “rust” of the body by practicing regular exercises to stretch the muscles, especially for the back and neck.

Hirizumi also indicated that doing some exercises before starting any activity improves blood circulation and helps nourish the muscles, which in turn will help slow down the aging process.

In addition to Japanese advice, doctors and nutritionists advise a high daily dose of an omega-3 supplement that may also help slow the effects of aging by suppressing damage and enhancing protection at the cellular level during and after a stressful event.

According to a recent US study, omega-3 supplements contributed to what researchers call stress resistance, which is to reduce damage during stress and after acute stress, and protect cell components that shrink as a result of aging.

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