Happy New Year! Now is a great time to refresh your approach to feeling and looking younger – so check out these helpful tips….
Aging is a natural part of life, but who says you have to look old? It is completely possible to retain your natural beauty and vitality throughout your life with a proper diet, exercise, and hormonal and stress-management treatments to ward off discomfort and disease.
Consider the following habits as part of your daily routines to create a sustainable and healthy lifestyle that will nurture you for years to come!
Consuming natural, unprocessed foods can help you maintain your health and a youthful appearance. Colorful, organic produce, whole grains, fish and other foods containing Omega-3 fatty acids, low-fat dairy, nuts, beans and lentils, as well as plenty of water all help your body to function optimally, warding off disease and promoting graceful aging.
If you are age 40 or over, menopause is just around the corner, and peri-menopause may already be starting. The best way to target hormonal problems before symptoms get out of hand is bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). Bioidentical hormones are drawn from nature and exactly replicate the shape and chemical makeup of hormones you make in your body. Our team at Water’s Edge Natural Medicine is highly skilled at matching the correct hormone with those your body has ceased making, replenishing your stores so you can feel vital and healthy again.
Bioidentical hormone therapy has been associated with increased vitality, as well as reduced menopausal symptoms and outward signs of aging.
At Water’s Edge Natural Medicine, we have many methods of skin rejuvenation, to help you prevent premature aging. Our specialized medical facial treatments include:
. . . and more, all designed to bring out the best, most youthful quality in your skin!
At Water’s Edge Natural Medicine, our team is committed to bringing you results you can trust. Call us today to discuss which treatments are best for you!
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