Chronological age and biological age not the same. Aging is a physiological process that at times is only remotely connected to how old you are. How you look sometimes an indicator of your biological age, but appearances often can be deceptive.
Without the diseases of premature aging, healthy human life expectancy is estimated to be 120 years. Most people are capable of living their lives without pain and suffering caused by such chronic degenerative diseases.
Unfortunately, conventional medical care has focused more on symptom relief with pain medications and surgical procedures and less on reversing the accelerated aging process, which is potentially more efficient over the long term. If premature aging can be halted and normal function reestablished, then people not only will live longer but also will have a higher quality of life with the elimination of pain.
Although the disease process and the aging process may run concurrently, they are not the same thing. You can get sick and even die from many diseases common to old age, but you don’t have to get old to have such diseases. And if you maintain an optimal level of wellness, you should be able to get older without automatically and inescapably being condemned to the pain, discomfort, and disabilities associated with many disease states. Growing old and getting sick simply are not interchangeable or even inextricably linked processes.
Mudras for premature aging
Mudras are very useful and easy to practice. 45 minutes of exercise is enough to get a good result. To know more about these mudras click on the link
Before practicing Mudras it is very important to find your Ayurvedic Body type To find your Ayurvedic body type follow this link