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Constance Tambakis Odom, MD graduated in 1987 with her Doctorate of Medicine from the New York Medical College, and was an Anesthesiologist Resident from 1988 to 1991 at the Brookdale Medical Center PGY II (CA-I)-PGY IV (CA-III). She is Board Certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology since 1998 and American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine since 2002. Constance Odom, MD is affiliated with the American Medical Association, American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, American Society of Anesthesiology, Georgia Society of Anesthesiology, Hellenic Medical Society of New York, North Carolina Society of Anesthesiology, and Society of Ambulatory Anesthesia.
You don't have a choice about getting older, but you definitely have one in regards to how you age. After all, so many things about getting older are absolutely wonderful. Taking the necessary steps to age well and with grace is the best way to make the most of what could easily be the best years of your life. Here are a few tips to get you started in the right direction.
1. Stay Active
Exercise is one of the single most beneficial things a person of any age could do for their health, but it becomes increasingly important as you grow older. Not only does exercise significantly increase your chances of retaining maximum mobility well into old age, but it lowers your likelihood of developing serious conditions like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. It can help you sleep better, elevate your mood, and make your skin healthier as well. Make sure you log a minimum of 150 exercise minutes a week, incorporating strength building moves into your routine at least two days per week.
2. Maintain a Balanced Diet
Like exercise, healthful eating should be an important concern at any age, and it's one of the best ways to age with absolute grace. The bulk of your diet should consist of plenty of fresh produce, lean proteins like chicken or fish, and lots of whole grains. Sensible dairy items like low-fat cheese, skim milk, and yogurt should also be included, preferably fortified with Vitamin D. Salt and sugar should be kept to an absolute minimum, and fats should be of the healthful variety (e.g. olive oil). Be sure to drink plenty of water, as well as keep your consumption of alcohol and caffeine well within healthy limits.
3. Take the Right Supplements
Good quality supplements are capable of more than simply filling in the gaps when it comes to your nutritional intake. Options that incorporate peptide therapy make great additions to any well-rounded anti-aging regimen. Peptides are natural amino acid chains similar in structure to proteins that assist your system with a wide variety of different functions. Although the human body does produce peptides on its own, it's not able to do this as efficiently as it ages. Peptide therapy helps your body close the gap. Best of all, it's safe, it's effective, and it's readily available. Just talk to your doctor or physician about the possibility of getting started.
4. Make Sleep a Top Priority
Sleep plays a huge role in your overall sense of wellbeing, as well as your health. Getting enough of it is an essential part of healthy, graceful aging, as it keeps you in peak condition physically, mentally, and emotionally. You'll drastically lower your risk of stroke, heart disease, and obesity. You'll cut down on inflammation, keep your stress levels low, and lower the likelihood of ever developing depression. Sleeping enough and staying well-rested overall keeps your mind and ability to focus razor-sharp as well. For best results, shoot for between seven and eight hours of sleep each night.
5. Keep Up With Checkups
Don't make the mistake of thinking it's only important to see your doctor when you're sick. Keeping up with your regularly scheduled checkups and screening tests gives your doctor the best chance at catching any potential issues before they bloom into huge health problems. Exactly how often you should go in depends on several different factors (e.g. age or family history of disease), so be sure to ask your doctor how often you should be seen. Make it a point to ask your health care providers about any questions you may have as well. Remember, there's no such thing as a stupid question when it comes to your health.
6. Stay Engaged With the World
It's important to all people to have a sense of purpose that gets them out of bed in the mornings, but most have to work at maintaining theirs as they get older, especially as they approach retirement age. Stay dialed in to the world around you by continuing to cultivate new interests, try new things, and connect with new hobbies throughout your life. Take classes. Make friends, and socialize with them often. Stay involved in the lives of your close family members, neighbors, and extended family. There's a lot of evidence out there to support the notion that continued engagement in every aspect of life leads to a longer, happier life overall.
As you can see, aging with grace is about more than simply accepting your age and learning to make the most of it. It's largely about continuing to take care of yourself and live your best life with as much gusto as you did when you were younger.
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This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice. The information contained herein is not a substitute for and should never be relied upon for professional medical advice. Always talk to your physician about the risks and benefits of any treatment. Nu Image Medical may not offer the medications or services mentioned in this article.