Frequent TV viewing is a notable “catalyst” for aging, according to doctors. That being said, there is nothing wrong with watching movies at night from time to time. But this should be done as rarely as possible.
Experts note that excessively frequent viewing of TV channels in middle age reduces the volume of gray matter in the brain. In addition, this leads to cognitive impairment in the future, at a later age.
Another factor in early aging is a sedentary lifestyle. True, with a sufficient amount of cardio training, it ceases to be of noticeable importance.
Irregular sleep was recognized as the third factor accelerating aging. Those who often sleep less than 6 hours may experience rapid cognitive decline. It is comparable to 4-7 years of aging.