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Old 06-07-2018, 06:31 PM   #13
supertzar
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I think it is because of increased neuro-plasticity today. The rate of change was slower in the old days so people got 'set in their ways' younger. My grandparents were old looking when they were about my age now but I look young. I guess I'm in Middle Age already based on my chronological age?! I feel young and have an attitude that I am growing younger. Exercise and eating well affect it too of course. Smoking (quality) herb does not hurt neuro-plasticity conservation and proliferation either.
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