We all are concerned about our looks and health and many of us follow a fitness regime to stay healthy, many even go so far as to retain their looks through various other means like cosmetic surgeries and such. But the minor, yet significant, fact here that many overlook is that most of these methods to retain our good looks are for the present.
People want to look good today, while tomorrows are forgotten. We have no idea how we will look like after 10 years from now, although we would like to be fit as a fiddle, all that depends on how we live today.
But there’s a new mobile application in town that would show you exactly how you would look like 10 years from now. Drinking Mirror app is a branch-out from “Drop a Glass Size” campaign (it mainly focuses on women) that emphasizes that consumption of excess alcohol would show up in later years.
The campaign is to encourage drinkers to drop one glass which could improve your health as well as looks over the next 10 years. So the less you drink each day, the better you will look in the future.
Statistics show that among women-folk, 38 percent of them exceed the daily or weekly alcohol consumption regularly. Some go for about 2 to 3 units daily, which would round of to around 14 units on a weekly basis.
It’s disheartening to note the number of people dying per year due to drinking problems, and most of those who succumb are of the age range 30-44 years. Scotland alone has reported cases of cirrhosis and chronic liver disease death rate for the above said ages being trebled since the mid to late 80s.
Since we are still early in the New Year, the time is still ripe to take up a resolution to check drinking habits. Install the Drinking Mirror app and check up on your future status.
All you need to do is upload your photo and enter how many glasses of alcohol you consume a week. After that, all you need to do is tap to find out how you would look like after a decade.
The app is available for both Android and iOS, so you can download it from the Google Play or App Store. Install it and see how many glasses of wine you might have to cut.