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Age-Old Advice for Anti-Aging


Reviewed by Kimberly Cabe, FNP-BC of Forum Health Rochester Hills

Every culture has their own set of old wives tales about how to live a healthy life. For example, it is actually common practice in Norway to set strollers outside in the winter for a “sub-zero nap”. The point here being that before you jump into an odd habit in the name of living a healthier lifestyle, it is a good idea to take a step back and consider the actual medical benefits that are associated with it.


When you are looking for anti-aging solutions, the answer comes from a lot more than a series of healthy habits and interesting nutritional supplements. Anti-aging therapy focuses on the science of aging and uses the latest in scientific advancements to stabilize hormone fluctuations, to slow down the onset of chronic disease and to restore optimal health and vitality in any way possible.


Of course, that doesn’t mean you are off the hook from adapting to a few healthy habits. Living a healthy lifestyle is the best way to encourage positive health, and this is especially true as you age.


You can’t turn back time, but you can prevent some of the major issues that often happen with age. Here are just a few healthy habits that can help you along the way:


  • Exercise regularly: Getting in a workout every day can reduce your risk of chronic illness and can encourage vitality well into old-age. According to a 2015 study out of the University of Pittsburgh, physical activity can actually be more beneficial than some prescription drugs when it comes to managing chronic conditions associated with age.


  • Improve your diet: Eating a healthy diet is essential if you want to age in a healthy manner. Free radicals are especially helpful. These can be found in antioxidant foods, which include many fruits and vegetables. A 2007 study published by the National Institutes of Health found that consuming free radicals is associated with the reduced risk of many common chronic illnesses that develop with age, including Alzheimer’s disease.


Following a healthy diet and exercising regularly can help improve your health in several avenues. Being overweight can increase your risk of dealing with severe health issues as you age, but exercise and following a healthy diet can help you lose weight. If you are looking for additional anti-aging support, it might be time to look into medical weight loss programs to support a healthy lifestyle.


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