This Test Will Reveal If Your Body's Age Matches Your Real Age

Your physical age defines the real biological age of your body in years compared to your actual chronological body age. In this video, we will teach you an effective way to find out your body's true biological age.

There are several different age indicators that give medical professionals a more accurate snapshot of a person’s biological age. 

Lung health is one of these age indicators. A person with healthy lungs and a greater aerobic capacity should actually be seen as biologically younger than someone who has no stamina and much more difficulty breathing. Both medical exams as well as simple questionnaires can help you discover if your lungs say that your chronological age matches your “true” age. 

A person’s height is also an interesting indicator of a person’s accurate age. As we enter into life over forty, people tend to lose bone density. When that occurs, the vertebrae compress more and it has a “shrinking” effect on how tall we appear. If no significant bone density issues are present at an advanced chronological age, that points to someone’s true age being lower than previously thought. 

Perhaps the easiest way to find out if your really younger than your birth certificate says, is by measuring your flexibility. This test is simple, quick, and can be done in the privacy of your own home. 

The results are easy to read.

The best part about this “true age” test is that with a planned exercise routine, you can definitely turn back the clock and improve the elasticity of your muscles. You’ll feel much better and younger. 

So, how old is your body? Let us know in the comments section.

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