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Edinburgh resident reveals how she turned 102

Edinburgh resident reveals how she turned 102

A resident of a nursing home in Edinburgh, Scotland, turned 102 over the weekend. Lena ‘Alice’ Lamont, who lives in Murrayside, has revealed how she… 25.09.2022, Sputnik International

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Lamont, who resides in the Murrayside care home, turned 102 on Friday. She revealed the secret to her long life, saying a good glass of wine, lots of laughter and sharing compassion with those around her is the secret to a long and happy life. The Edinburgh centenarian celebrated her 102nd birthday with a chocolate cake and a singer who serenaded her with songs of her choice. Lamont has been a lifelong resident of Edinburgh and says she is an admirer of the city’s scenery and historic architecture. “Alice is a much-loved resident at home, always watching over others and making everyone laugh. We were honored to raise a glass to his incredible life so far and are so proud to have him in our Murrayside family,” Welsh added. Centenarians are those who live past the age of 100, and in 2021 more than half a million people worldwide were 100 or older. About 97,000 centenarians lived in the United States last year, and Japan had about 79,000 people aged 100 or older in 2021, with 0.06% of their population made up of centenarians. The oldest person who ever lived was a Frenchwoman named Jeanne Calment, who died at the age of 122. Calment, born 14 years before the Eiffel Tower was built, died in 1997. The French had their own theories about Calment’s longevity secrets, including eating more than two pounds of chocolate a week, treating her skin with olive oil and cycling. until the age of 100, and only quit smoking five years before his death. But Jean-Marie Robine, who has written a book on Calment, says she thinks the secret to longevity lies elsewhere. , including good genes. Dr. Angel Iscovich, a former emergency physician, wrote that even unhealthy routines such as daily consumption of sugary drinks or fatty foods can help a person live longer. It’s routine, says Iscovich, more than habit that helps centenarians live so long.

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A resident of a nursing home in Edinburgh, Scotland, turned 102 over the weekend. Lena ‘Alice’ Lamont, who lives in Murrayside, has revealed how far past the average age of most Scotts she is.

Lamont, who resides in the Murrayside care home, turned 102 on Friday. She revealed the secret to her long life, saying a good glass of wine, lots of laughter and sharing compassion with those around her is the secret to a long and happy life.

The Edinburgh centenarian celebrated her 102nd birthday with a chocolate cake and a singer who serenaded her with songs of her choice. Lamont has been a lifelong resident of Edinburgh and says she is an admirer of the city’s scenery and historic architecture.

“We could certainly learn a lot of Alice’s secrets for a long life!” It was wonderful to discuss it and hear the stories of his life on such a significant anniversary,” said Murrayside House Manager Suzanne Welsh.

“Alice is a much loved resident at the house, always listening to others and making everyone laugh. We’ve been honored to raise a glass to her amazing life so far and we’re so proud of her. ‘have in our Murrayside family,’ Welsh added.

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centenarians are those who live past the age of 100, and in 2021 more than half a million people worldwide were 100 or older. About 97,000 centenarians lived in the United States last year, and Japan had about 79,000 people aged 100 or over in 2021, with 0.06% of their population made up of centenarians.
The oldest person who ever lived was a Frenchwoman named Jeanne Calment, who died at the age of 122. Calmborn 14 years before the Eiffel Tower was built, died in 1997. The French had their own theories about Calment’s longevity secrets, including eating more than two pounds of chocolate a week, treating her skin with olive oil, olive and riding a bike until the age of 100 and only quit smoking five years before his death.

But Jean-Marie Robine, who has written a book on Calment, says she thinks the secret to longevity lies elsewhere.

“I think he was someone who, constitutionally and biologically speaking, was immune to stress,” said Robine, the year Calment died. “She once said, ‘If there’s nothing you can do about it, don’t worry.'”

Several factors can contribute to a long life, including good genes. Dr. Angel Iscovitch, a former emergency room doctor, wrote that even unhealthy routines such as daily consumption of sugary drinks or fatty foods can help a person live longer. It’s routine, says Iscovich, more than habit that helps centenarians live so long.



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