It is more likely a result of our beliefs about who we are.
Although it is normal for anyone, to want to slow down the process of ageing as much as we can, it is an irrefutable fact that ageing is a normal and inevitable part of life. But as long as you know what to expect-as well as how to address some of the changes you will face-you can age confidently and gracefully.
Our body shape begins to change around age 30. These changes happen because of a steady decline in muscle mass and an increase in body fat.These physiological changes affect the shape of the body. Eating a balanced diet, getting regular exercise, and managing stress can help delay the age-related changes that affect how your body looks and feels – It’s your body image.
Body image is the mental picture, you have of your own body along with how you see yourself when you look in a mirror.It pertains to how a person sees their own body and how attractive they feel themselves to be. Self-esteem on the other hand is how you value and respect yourself as a person. Self-esteem influences how you take care of yourself, emotionally, physically and spiritually. Body image and self-esteem influence each other directly. When you have a healthy body image, you have higher self-esteem, which in simple terms is – you feel comfortable about your body and know how to care for it.
However, sometimes we have facial and body defects due to birth disorders, trauma, burns, and disease. These situations require expert external interventions because no matter how hard we try