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COJ Nursing & Healthcare

Beauty and Aging: The Role of Resilience

Submission: February 16, 2019; Published: March 19, 2019

DOI: 10.31031/COJNH.2019.05.000601

ISSN: 2577-2007
Volume5 Issue1

Abstract

Background: Beauty of the face agree to geometric figures that have got magnitudes of the gold mask. The resilience is a psychic function to protect against psychological distress. Purpose Aging and beauty over time change the self-image and its acceptance depends on level of resiliency. We studied the resilience in subjects with different beauty and age on the face and looked for its mechanism psychodynamics.

Method: Eight groups (each 40♀, 40♂) were selected with two different range degrees of beauty (1-2B beauty, 3-4U ugliness) and skin aging (0-1 Y young aged 20-30 average 24.65 SD 3.08, 2-3M mature aged 45-55 average 49.85 SD 3.39). YB were control groups. Beauty by golden mask, resilience by CD-RISK, skin aging by Glicau classification and ultrasound test, personality by MMPI-2 and one interview were defined. F, t, W and P tests were assessed in subjects-controls analysis by 14 Windows SPSS and p<0.05 alpha level.

Result: Factors show higher resilience value in U and M groups than in B and Y, lower values in females than in men considering the individual groups BY, BM, UY, UM. F and t tests show high correlation and significance (0.0006< p<0.09).

Discussion: The lack of beauty and aging produce stressful conditions, traumatic lacerations. The aid application for the discomfort requires an adaptive response. The resilience is the dynamic mechanism of previous response that he subject, through a personal journey, learn to build. The resilience increases in mature age due to the acquisition of a greater experiential baggage and in ugly subjects by the continuous acceptance of their poor aesthetic.

Conclusion: Resilience grows after repeated discomfort as ugly and in progressively and continuous way, while it is low after an acute perception of physical or psychical damage as a wrinkle. A short-term psychotherapy could help subjects to accept aesthetic discomfort.

Aging changes the self-image and its acceptance depends on level of resiliency. We studied the resilience in subjects with different beauty and age. Eight groups (each 40♀, 40♂) were selected with two different range degrees of beauty (1-2 B beauty, 3-4 U ugliness) and skin aging (0-1 Y young aged 20-30 average 24.65 SD 3.08, 2-3 M mature aged 45-55 average 49.85 SD 3.39). YB were control groups. Beauty by golden mask, resilience by CD-RISK, skin aging by Glicau classification and ultrasound test, personality by MMPI-2 and one interview were defined.

Factors show higher resilience value in U and M groups than in B and Y, lower values in females than in men. F and t tests show high correlation and significance (0.0006< p<0.09). The lack of beauty and aging produce stressful conditions and requires an adaptive response. The resilience is the dynamic mechanism that subjects, through a personal journey, learn to build; it increases in mature age due to the acquisition of a greater experiential baggage and in ugly subjects by the continuous acceptance of their poor aesthetic. Resilience grows after repeated discomfort in progressively and continuous way, while it is low after an acute perception of physical damage as a wrinkle. A short-term psychotherapy could help subjects to accept aesthetic discomfort.

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