One great way to keep from worrying about aging is to let go of the obsession with numbers. Your age or your weight are numbers you should stop obsessing over. You will still need some numbers for medical reasons but you should not weigh yourself down every day.
Developing and keeping healthy connections is valuable to healthy aging. Being an active community member has been shown to extend a person's lifespan and keep them healthier. Build the bonds of intimacy with the people closest to you, and have someone you can really talk to. Your social connections are very important as you age.
Keep your brain active by learning. As you age they say you are the most knowledgeable, so continue to always learn new things. Whether it is through a course at the local college about computers or a simple crossword puzzle, they will both keep you on your toes and feeling great.
Don't forget to drink enough water. If you are older, you are more prone to dehydration. Everyone should drink at least eight glasses of water per day.
Always make certain that you spend sufficient time sleeping. Sleeping seven or nine hours can both relax you and help you retain a healthy hormonal balance. The less you sleep, the more irritable you will be in the morning.