Expanding Your Life Span

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Today the average life span is almost 80 years. If Americans can eliminate heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes as major causes of death, life expectancy would rise to 99.4 years overnight. With Age Management Medicine, this goal is now within reach. These are some tips that can be used to expand your life span but more importantly prolong your quality of life:

1. Keep cholesterol below 200, LDL’s below 150 and HDL’s above 45.

2. Do a half-hour of aerobic exercise 3 to 4 times per week and 15 minutes of weight training with yearly cardiovascular screening tests after age 40.

3. Prevent cancer through early detection tests since 90 percent of cancer is curable by catching it at the earliest stage.

4. Prevent stroke by keeping blood pressure down through proper diet, weight control and stress reduction.

5. Keep your blood vessels strong and flexible with antioxidants and magnesium.

6. keep homocysteine levels in check by adding folic acid, B6 and B12 vitamins, panothenic acid and vitamin C to your cardiovascular disease prevention program.

7. Prevent adult-onset diabetes by maintaining ideal body weight, exercising and avoiding sugary, nutritionally empty, fatty and starchy foods.

8. Reduce risk factors of age-related disease with optimizing and balancing hormone levels. As hormone levels drop with age, supplementation with HRT replacement therapy using bio-identical HGH, Testosterone, DHEA, melatonin, progesterone and estrogen has been shown to turn back the clock biologically 10-20 years.

9. Look young, think young and be young. Don’t accept “you are just getting old” as an excuse for not feeling youthful and energetic.

10. Know that fatigue, depression, slowed thought, obesity, weakness, aches and pains are all treatable and reversible signs of aging that should alert you to a need for anti-aging medical intervention.


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