Last updated 5 days ago
It’s a common misconception that older adults no longer need as much sleep. While everyone’s individual sleep needs are different, the total amount of sleep you need stays the same throughout adulthood and into your golden years. However, your sleep patterns and quality of sleep does change due to factors of the aging process. If you struggle with low energy during the day, it could be time to consult an age management specialist. An age management plan can help restore your overall health, including your energy levels.
Changes In Sleep Cycles
As a person slumbers, he or she goes through several different sleep cycles that are characterized by lighter and deeper sleep. The average person will repeat all of these sleep cycles several times during the night. However, as you grow older, your sleep cycles shift. Even if you get the same amount of total sleep as you previously did, more of that time will be spent in the light sleep cycles and less in the deep sleep cycles. This may lead to increased daytime drowsiness and reduced energy.
Increases In Sleep Disorders
When you consult an age management specialist, be sure to mention any sleep disorders you may have been diagnosed with. Research shows that advancing age is a risk factor of numerous sleep disorders. Sometimes, these sleep disorders are caused by other conditions associated with age and the medications prescribed to treat them. Older adults may be particularly prone to insomnia, restless leg syndrome (RLS), and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), the latter of which causes discomfort that makes it difficult to sleep. Older adults are also more likely to suffer from chronic snoring, which can be a sign of untreated sleep apnea.
Cenegenics of New York City has partnered with thousands of men and women to help them optimize their health and restore vitality. You can schedule a consultation with one of our highly qualified age management doctors by calling (646) 681-3026. Our personalized age management plans may include hormone treatment for low T-levels, as determined by clinical need.
Last updated 12 days ago
If you’re looking for easy ways to fight back against the aging process, consider stashing water bottles in your office, car, and handbag. Sipping water frequently throughout the day can help you meet the standard eight glasses per day quota, which can actually help you look and feel younger. For example, did you know that drinking more water can help you fight the look of cellulite and lower your body mass index (BMI)? Losing weight is an effective way to reduce your risk of many chronic diseases associated with aging, and reducing cellulite will help you look as young as you feel.
Water can also help fight the signs of aging on your face. Soak a washcloth in hot water and apply it to your face for a minute. Then, after cleansing your face in warm water, repeatedly splash your face with icy cold water to tighten and firm your skin. Drinking plenty of water throughout the day can help your face look radiant and it can even reduce the look of lines and wrinkles.
The team at Cenegenics of New York City understands the unique issues men and women face as they grow older. Connect with us by calling (646) 681-3026 or visiting our website to learn about our comprehensive age management plans and hormone treatment programs.
Last updated 18 days ago
It’s an unfortunate fact of life that many people simply don’t have the time to take care of their health. It’s difficult to find time to exercise and cook healthy meals when you’re busy climbing the corporate ladder or building your own business. As each year passes, you may start to feel a little more run down, a little sluggish, and perhaps not quite as strong as you once were. Many people dismiss these problems as an inevitable part of the aging process. At Cenegenics of New York City, it’s our sole mission to help you fight back.
With our personalized age management plans, we can help you take control of your health and the aging process to live a healthier, more productive life. If you’re concerned about your family history or lifestyle patterns placing you at a higher risk of disease, then it’s time to connect with one of our age management experts today. Our doctors and other team members have helped thousands of people get the most out of life with our scientifically based programs.
Even if you’ve been told your test results are normal, you can still benefit from the age management plans available at Cenegenics of New York City. Call us today at (646) 681-3026 for more information about hormone treatment for low T-levels.
Last updated 25 days ago
Learning to recognize the signs of a potential stroke is an important step in taking control of your healthy aging. One way to recognize indicators of a stroke is to evaluate a person’s speech. If it’s slurred, he or she could be having a stroke. Stroke is also indicated with sudden drooping of one half of the face. For example, if a person smiles, half of the smile will droop downward.
Arm yourself with all the knowledge you need to detect a stroke by downloading the Spot a Stroke F.A.S.T. app. It’s loaded with helpful information from the American Stroke Association and the American Heart Association. You’ll not only learn about all the possible symptoms; you’ll also have access to helpful resources and an instructional video.
If you’re concerned about your risk of diseases as you grow older, contact Cenegenics of New York City today to learn about our age management plans. Call (646) 681-3026 and ask us how our hormone treatment program can help you combat low T-levels and other problems associated with aging.
Last updated 25 days ago
Many people, particularly women, ignore the symptoms of a heart attack. They may assume they have good cardiovascular health or they may mistake the symptoms for other problems. For example, sometimes a heart attack may feel like indigestion. It can also cause shortness of breath, dizziness, sweating, and jaw pain in addition to pressure in the chest.
When you watch this film, you’ll realize why you should never ignore the possible symptoms of a heart attack. This clever short film, starring Elizabeth Banks, follows a woman as she rushes through her family’s morning routine. Although she keeps insisting she’s fine despite displaying symptoms, her son realizes she’s having a heart attack.
Cardiovascular fitness is critical for everyone, regardless of whether or not you have risk factors of heart disease. At Cenegenics of New York City, we develop personalized age management plans, including hormone treatment, to help you delay the effects of aging. Connect with us by calling (646) 681-3026 or explore our website to learn more.