Chronological vs Biological Aging
Your chronological age is the amount of time in terms of years, months, days, etc that has passed from your birth to a given date. This is the primary way people define their age.
Your biological age depends on a number of variables that can change on a continuing basis including genetics, lifestyle, nutrition, diseases and other conditions. Using these guidelines, medical professionals can figure out what age your body ‘acts’ like it is.
The difference between the two can be surprising.