Forgot your password?

Why Writing is an Anti-aging Treatment

By Edited Feb 28, 2016 0 5

Writing can be applied harmlessly and beneficially to whatever topic the writer chooses. It can resurface increasing one's income, fame, and expertise. A youthful stimulus from dull thinking repairs the writing to age smart writing. Daily writing rejuvenates the mind so exceptional anti-aging works flow easily.


Think about it. Writers must continually research and stay current with topics. Even if a camouflage conceals some uneven writing that isn't updated, the writer knows that the magic potion is available. Staying in the now trend is anti-aging muscle to flex when writing. The act of writing encourages revealing the youthful technology and ingredients needed to publish today.

The age delay daily writing continually cleanses the fraught mind of blotchy thoughts. Eventually those word zits get washed away. Even writing about writing gets smoother. An active radiance flourishes on the once blank pages. A secret complexion of timeless writing sloughs off any dead words, and reader's delight tightens any sagging areas.

Yes, just like those multiple products out there selling the anti-aging fountain of youth, the writing organism has it's allure too. Perfect for highlighting even the grayest areas, writing fights aging naturally. It can cleanse, repair, and rejuvenate all those frizzy subjects so dreadfully outdated. Just read all the cool baby boomer blogs. Those free radicals are not aging through writing.

Exercise is an anti-aging treatment. Writing takes brain fitness, mental exercise to avoid depression, dementia, and disaster (out-of-work) problems consuming us. The workout that the eyes, fingers, hands, and brain get are extremely valuable. More body gets exercised when writing takes a walk so re-writing or finishing a piece is fresher. I just came back from a writing walk, and aim to finish this article now. Lecithin is good brain food; think of writing as lecithin for the brain. It is always being exercised when writing or thinking about what words to use or researching about the topic.


is anti-aging. Writing is very playful. It allows for lightness, joy, and laughter. Word play is great playful fun. That's what I am doing with this article. It is writing playing with the anti-aging scene that has infiltrated western culture like the extra firming eye gel you just bought. Writing play is tempting, nourishing, and having the effect of the anti-aging smile. No frowning when engaged in playful writing.

Lastly, writing is anti-aging memory. By practicing the art, writing it down, short- term memory loss diminishes. Learning new writing habits, new words, new writing tools, and daily practice increases memory. Those frequent brain farts become past hiccups. The total effects go beyond a daily effort.



Feb 24, 2010 9:17am
I've heard that the more you use your brain, it wards off memory loss. That's why its good to read or do crossword puzzles. I hope that writing everyday works to slow down my memory loss.
Feb 24, 2010 8:00pm
Yes, me too. Most elderly folks that I know of who do brain work ( like srabble, cards, bridge, e-mail, whatever), seem to be as sharp as ever. Hopefully we will be too.:)
Oct 11, 2010 12:43am
Interesting. Never associate writing with ageing before.
Apr 14, 2011 6:51pm
"Word zits" how funny. A very well-done article. Having a brain that functions well into the 90's or so is a blessing.
Apr 15, 2011 9:35pm
Thanks, it was meant to be a funny article - take off on anti-aging commercials.
Add a new comment - No HTML
You must be logged in and verified to post a comment. Please log in or sign up to comment.

Explore InfoBarrel

Auto Business & Money Entertainment Environment Health History Home & Garden InfoBarrel University Lifestyle Sports Technology Travel & Places
© Copyright 2008 - 2016 by Hinzie Media Inc. Terms of Service Privacy Policy XML Sitemap

Follow IB Lifestyle