At age 20, we are invincible. At age 30, awareness of our mortality begins to become more evident, along with awareness of beginning diminution: vigor and vitality, focus and sharpness, and the body’s seeming refusal to keep pace with the spirit. As the years go by, signs and symptoms of aging insidiously make themselves more of an issue. Fat seems to be accumulating, and it is no longer so easy to get rid of it. Workouts at the gym require increasing effort to achieve results that no longer match those of our earlier years. Increasing forgetfulness, lack of focus, loss of skin tone and elasticity, thinning hair and a myriad of other all too common woes are not restricted to the minority. Most of us experience many of the signs of aging, beginning in our mid-thirties. Until recently, we had limited options to fight them.
Age Management medicine is based on the concept that sufficient medical evidence reveals we can improve the quality of life by delaying the onset of signs and symptoms, associated with aging. A large body of literature not only supports this concept, but it also confirms its safety-sans side effects and complications.
We have the knowledge, technology and expertise to prevent or delay degenerative disease as well as the signs and symptoms associated with aging. The starting place, of course, is a comprehensive evaluation to understand each patient’s unique needs. Today, each of us has the power to improve the quality of our lives by focusing on improving our health.
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*This post is based on a training course of Cenegenics Institute of Las Vegas, Nevada.
The guidelines provided on this website are for general information only. Baughman Anti-Aging Medicine strongly recommends that you consult your physician before pursuing any regimen listed in this website.