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What are benefits of using an anti-aging treatment?

Some positive benefits of treating the effects of aging include:
  • Erasing a bit of aging can ratchet up your social confidence. You know this instinctively, but scientists have actually tested it: Women in one study who, thanks to sun damage, looked older than they actually were felt somewhat anxious and ill at ease. After rejuvenating skin treatments, those insecurities evaporated.
  • People may treat you differently. Countless studies show that attractive people are more likely to get job offers, promotions, and raises. They’re also assumed to be smarter and more competent. And they may even get better medical care—surveys say that, consciously or not, doctors and shrinks prefer to treat attractive patients!
  • It can have a positive domino effect on your health. When you feel better about how you look, your self-esteem gets a boost, which tends to make you more socially active. I don’t mean dancing on tabletops; you don’t need to suddenly become the star of the party. However, the more social connections you make and the more good relationships you build, the healthier you’ll be, psychologically and physically. And that can be a powerful spark in the drive to do things like eat better and exercise more.

From The Mind-Beauty Connection: 9 Days to Less Stress, Gorgeous Skin, and a Whole New You by Amy Wechsler.

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