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The Worst Sleep Habit Causing You to Feel Older, New Study Says

ETNT Mind+Body Logo By John Anderer of ETNT Mind+Body | Slide 1 of 5: Despite all of humanity's incredible inventions and medical advancements, we still can't help the fact that each one of us grows just a little older every day. What you can control, however, is your mindset when it comes to aging. If you've already convinced yourself that life after the age of 50 or 60 is going to be a drag, chances are, your prediction will come true.On the other hand, believing that a healthy, productive life in old age is possible and attainable can make a world of difference. The problem is so many people mistakenly fall for the narrative that it's "all downhill from here" past a certain age. And hey, no one is saying it's easy. But positivity in reference to aging can be an especially difficult task, especially on those mornings when your back is aching more than usual.Interestingly, new research conducted at the University of Exeter and published in the scientific journal Behavioral Sleep Medicine has uncovered a fascinating link between sleep patterns and self-perceptions of aging.Keep reading to learn more, and next don't miss 4 Exercise Tricks for Slimming Down After 50.

The Worst Sleep Habit Causing You to Feel Older, New Study Says

Despite all of humanity's incredible inventions and medical advancements, we still can't help the fact that each one of us grows just a little older every day. What you can control, however, is your mindset when it comes to aging. If you've already convinced yourself that life after the age of 50 or 60 is going to be a drag, chances are, your prediction will come true.

On the other hand, believing that a healthy, productive life in old age is possible and attainable can make a world of difference. The problem is so many people mistakenly fall for the narrative that it's "all downhill from here" past a certain age. And hey, no one is saying it's easy. But positivity in reference to aging can be an especially difficult task, especially on those mornings when your back is aching more than usual.

Interestingly, new research conducted at the University of Exeter and published in the scientific journal Behavioral Sleep Medicine has uncovered a fascinating link between sleep patterns and self-perceptions of aging.

Keep reading to learn more, and next don't miss 4 Exercise Tricks for Slimming Down After 50.

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