Age Management is an effective way to roll back the aging process. The effects of aging can manifest in many ways, including fine lines and wrinkles, a loss of muscle mass, and decreased sex drive.
This review compiled and synthesized primary articles that address workplace practices to promote a healthier working environment for older adults, such as health promotion, employment exit and transition to retirement, knowledge transfer, training and lifelong learning, and career development.
Improved Energy Levels
For many people, aging can lead to a decline in energy levels, which can be caused by hormonal changes. This can have a detrimental effect on one’s overall health and quality of life, leading to issues such as a low libido, weight gain, and loss of muscle mass. Thankfully, these issues can be addressed by using age management techniques, such as bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.
The purpose of this study was to assess workplace practices that help older workers stay active, productive and healthy in their jobs. To achieve this, the following aspects of workplaces were examined: workplace health promotion, analyzed in 10 studies; employment exit and transition to retirement; knowledge transfer, training and lifelong learning; career development; flexible working time practices; and occupational safety and health management. In addition, the recruitment of older workers and job rotation were also analyzed.
Trained age-management physicians take a proactive, preventive approach to improve their patients’ quality of life through comprehensive evaluations and established protocols that include hormone balancing, smart nutrition, exercise, nutraceuticals, stress management, cognitive health, and emerging sciences like genomics, regenerative medicine, and telomere biology.
Age management has several advantages over traditional care, including less or no insurance red tape, increased patient satisfaction with longer and more relaxed visits, a restored physician-patient relationship, and a reignited medical passion.
Increased Muscle Mass
Muscle mass is an important determinant of health and can be beneficial in preventing chronic diseases and enhancing quality of life. In addition to a positive impact on the immune system, increased muscle mass can lead to reduced body fat and improved energy levels. As a person ages, they tend to lose muscle mass at a rate of 3 to 5 percent per decade, a phenomenon known as sarcopenia. The loss of muscle mass is also associated with a greater risk of falls, fractures and functional impairment.
The age management specialists at Elite Health Centers can help increase your testosterone and other hormones in a safe and natural way to provide you with the benefits of increased muscle mass. With state-of-the-art comprehensive testing and analysis, our doctors can pinpoint any hormone deficiencies you may have that are preventing you from achieving the results you desire.
With an integrated approach that incorporates hormone optimizing and balancing, exercise, nutrition, nutraceuticals, stress reduction and cognitive health, our team of doctors will create a customized program that is designed to meet your specific needs and goals.
A common problem experienced by men over the age of 40 is a decrease in their testosterone levels which can lead to decreased sex drive, low energy and loss of muscle mass. Testosterone replacement therapy can be used in combination with thyroid hormones to effectively treat these issues and restore a healthy balance of hormones in the body. Advanced Age Management in Cleveland offers comprehensive Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) programs that prioritize optimal mental health for men.
Age management is a profoundly meaningful, proven medical approach with measurable life-changing patient outcomes using personalized/customized protocols based on solid science and breakthrough technologies that optimize health while delaying or removing degenerative aging. It involves extensive health, cognitive, and lifestyle evaluations, smart nutrition, hormone balancing, exercise/training, nutraceuticals, stress reduction, emerging sciences (genomics/regenerative), and other evidence-based/customized modalities. The following effects have been documented as the result of successful age management. They were confirmed by the survey respondents as being experienced by their clients/customers.