Is Stress Making You Ugly?
Understand what tension can do to your hair, skin and nails -- and skin care tips on what you can do to help prevent it
Keep wrinkles at bayIn his book, "Wrinkle-Free Forever: The 5-Minute 5-Week Dermatologist's Program", Dr. Murad explains "which ingredients help you attract and hold water in your skin and [which] supplements boost hydration and prevent water loss." Note-worthy supplements were glucosamine and antioxidants.
One sure way to help counter tension-induced wrinkles, as well as all other stress-related side effects, is to adopt a stress management program. Exercise (Pilates has been shown to be almost as effective as yoga in combating stress), eat well, and get plenty of sleep. May sound low-tech, but it's been proven to work.
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