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Survey Reveals Telltale Signs of Middle Age

by Rukmani Krishna on December 20, 2013 at 11:54 PM
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 Survey Reveals Telltale Signs of Middle Age

Some telltale signs of middle age like losing touch with technology or growing ear hair was revealed by a new survey. This will help you determine if you are past your younger days.Mid

Benenden, a health-care and insurance firm, surveyed 2,000 people and found that needing an afternoon nap, groaning while bending down and not remembering the name of any modern bands are some of the signs you're no longer young, the Washington Post reported.

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Not knowing any songs in the top 10, choosing clothes and shoes for comfort rather than style, forgetting people's names and obsessing over gardening or bird feeding are also things to keep in mind while determining if you have reached your middle age.

Other signs indicating you are way past your hey days are complaining about the rubbish on television these days, gasping for a cup of tea, knowing your alcohol limit, falling asleep after one glass of wine and always carrying a handy pack of tissues.

Source: ANI
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