Our practice focuses on “fixes” and “prevention” using technology. But looking younger and feeling younger adds up best when you practice a whole health program. From the foods you you eat to the fabrics you wear to the number of hours you sleep at night; you’re in the driver’s seat when it comes to taking care of yourself.
We came across a blog that undoubtedly will give you a few tips to help you stay on the path to wellness and good looks. Some culprits that you may not be paying attention to?
- Lack of Sleep
- Lack of Fun
- Lack of Vitamins – especially Vitamin D
- Toxins like BPA (See Mayo Clinic info on BPA)
“Dr. Jennifer Landa, the chief medical officer of anti-aging regenerative medicine at BodyLogicMD, said before deciding on plastic surgery, people should realize staying young has a lot to do with lifestyle.
“Staying away from toxins is a big thing that people can do to avoid looking and feeling old,” said Landa.
The toxin BPA in plastic water bottles mimics hormones, especially estrogen. That can give women an imbalance and increase risk of heart disease, causing organs to age. View the full blog on ClickonDetroit by Dr. Jennifer Landa
A big reminder to our readers? SUNSCREEN – it’s right up there with toothpaste, water, sleep and seat belts.
(We will expand on one tip noted in the blog which says you should get 15 minutes of sun exposure a day without sunscreen. That’s fine, but don’t get that sun on your face! You can get ample Vitamin D synthesis from sun on other parts of your body
– Save your face with sunscreen all the time!)