As we age, our bodies become less efficient at repairing damage and more susceptible to age-related diseases. While there is no magic bullet to prevent aging, there are medications that can help increase lifespan by keeping our bodies healthier for longer. One such medication is rapamycin, an immunosuppressant that is also used to prevent organ transplant rejection. Rapamycin has been shown to increase lifespan in mice by up to 34%, and it is thought to work by inhibiting the mTOR pathway, which is involved in cell growth and proliferation. Another promising medication is metformin, a diabetes drug that has been shown to increase lifespan in rats. Metformin may work by increasing levels of AMPK, an enzyme that promotes cell repair and energy production. There are also a number of lifestyle interventions that can help increase lifespan. These include eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and avoiding risky behaviors like smoking and excessive alcohol consumption. While there is no guarantee that any of these interventions will extend our lives, they may help us to live healthier and more productive lives for longer.