Sonja Morgan, cast member of Bravo reality series The Real Housewives of New York City, has always considered herself relatively healthy. She takes care of herself, does yoga and eats well. But at age 47, she saw the signs of age creeping up: Dry skin, cravings for salty snacks, irritability and that impossible-to-lose bulge around the midsection. Should she just chalk it up to getting older, Morgan wondered, or pay closer attention to her body's built-in warning signs?
Whether cosmetic or emblematic of a deeper health issue, signs of premature aging of the skin, hair, brain or body may add decades to your chronological age. ForbesWoman spoke to dietitians, neurologists and dermatologists to find out how to decipher the danger signs and their best tricks to turn back the clock.
Store Up Calcium Early To Ward Off Bone Loss
Before you feel those middle-age morning aches and pains, store up on calcium while you'reRead More »from Premature Aging Signs You Shouldn't Overlook