# Would a human age faster if these certain conditions are met?

So, a human would travel in a rocket in outer space. There is little to no gravity, and the pressure may or may not have an affect (?) on what i'm about to ask. It has been proven that when a human flies in space, they age slower than they would on earth. I know that time is slowed when the speed of light is approached, and time is also sped up when your closer to or touching an object with a large mass, such as Earth. Humans were never meant to travel at the speeds that we can on Earth with the use of cars, planes, etc. The vehicles we use have a large range of speeds.Does us traveling at the speeds we achieve on a daily basis, such as 60-90+ mph, have a long-term affect on how we age?

$$\gamma=\frac{1}{\sqrt{1-v^2/c^2}}.$$