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Live Alone and Never Worry: Pavel Durov Named Seven Steps to Fight Aging
October 14, 2020 11:29

(Source: https://www.rbth.com/arts/lifestyle/2017/08/15)

Russian billionaire Pavel Durov published a list of seven rules on his birthday. In his opinion, they help him to look younger than his age. They include avoiding alcohol and meat, limiting stress, and living alone.

“I am 36 years old, and they ask me how I manage to look younger than my age,” Durov   wrote in the Telegram channel. According to him, he asked other people who look younger than their age the same question, in particular, Hollywood actor Jared Leto and fitness trainer, "who, being 50 years old, looks 25." As a result, he deduced seven basic rules:

1. Don't drink alcohol. Alcohol, like other addictive substances, makes most people "less healthy and visually older," Durov said.

2. Sleep enough. Durov admitted that getting enough sleep turned out to be the most difficult for him because of work. At the same time, he warned against sleeping off on weekends for lack of sleep on weekdays.

3. Don't overeat. According to Durov, he has given up snacks and usually eats twice a day during the 6-hour window, or just once a day. “Eating 3+ times a day is just a (bad) habit,” he wrote.



4. Do exercises. The founder of Telegram said that he does not do cardio training, but prefers walking, cycling or swimming in the fresh air and exercising with moderate weights.

5. Limit stress. According to him, some mental habits and principles of stoicism can help with this: for example, believing that everything is for the best, negative visualization and no care. Durov also advised to live close to nature.

6. Don't eat meat. Most people who look younger than their age have given up eating farmed red meat, Durov wrote. Alternatively, he offers seafood and wild-caught fish.

7. Live alone. “Surprisingly, all the young-looking middle-aged men I spoke to lived alone most of their lives,” Durov wrote. - This may be the result of their independence from sleep patterns, nutrition, behavior of another person. Or this is just a correlation, and people who are independent of unhealthy social norms are also independent in their personal lives."

According to Durov, he has been following these principles for over 10 years. The billionaire’s main advice for young people is to give up alcohol. “By giving up alcohol, you will stop drowning out your intuition, which will tell you what is good for you and what is bad. You will figure out everything yourself, and you will not depend on the advice of other people,” he wrote.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Pavel Durov Russian people lifestyle Russian businessmen  

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