Stressed Out: Your to-do list never seems to get shorter? To reduce stress and deal with your tasks more efficiently, focus on one task at a time and finish it before moving on to the next.
You Consume Too Much Sugar: Besides making you fat, consuming too much sugar can cause dark circles and puffiness under the eyes, increased fine lines and wrinkles, and enlarged pores.
You’re not getting enough sleep: Lack of sleep not only causes bags under the eyes and dark circles, it’s also been linked to a shorter lifespan. Sleeping seven hours a night is the minimum. Go to bed as soon as you feel the urge to sleep.
You spend most of your day sitting: The dangers of a sedentary lifestyle are well known: risks of kidney disease, cardiovascular disease and cancer, not to mention obesity. So remember to get up regularly (around every 30 minutes) and exercise regularly.
You are using the wrong creams: Always apply a special moisturizer around the eyes. Protect your skin with sunscreen every time you go out, even on an overcast day.
You put on too much makeup: Oil-based makeup can clog skin pores and cause inflammation. Alcohol-based makeup, pigments, etc. can dry out the skin, which causes premature wrinkles.
Your home is overheated: Heating dries out the skin which over time causes aging. Place a damp towel or a bowl of water on a radiator to restore some of the moisture lost due to heating.
You’ve Eliminated Fat From Your Diet: A little healthy fat is needed to maintain a youthful appearance, prevent wrinkles, and keep your heart and brain healthy.