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Baby boomers trying to stay young are looking beyond mainstream healthcare

The Baby Boomer generation (those born between 1946 and 1964) is becoming quite pro-active about their health. Baby Boomers are consumed by new research that slows aging, improves memory loss, and restores essential energy. The latest anti aging nutrient is called “DMAE” (which helps in the production of choline to improve and tune up memory).

While stress can cause wrinkles, increases your apatite, and cause stomach disorders; yoga, spas, meditation, and bodywork should be included on a Baby Boomer’s weekly schedule. Oprah, a baby boomer, health advocate states, “78 million Baby Boomers are affected by stress, and aging.” She lets the public know that no matter who you are, you have a right to be healthy during aging. Instead of constantly seeking ways and spending money to look younger, we should look to alternative healthcare.

Taking vitamins, homeopathics, herbs, and non-invasive therapies is a must! Baby Boomers are among the smartest consumers who aren’t afraid to ask questions, get information, and decline medical care that knowingly won't benefit them. The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine recently held an anti-aging conference that talked about detoxification (environmental), cancer treatments, stress, premature aging, etc. Medicine is taking charge of aging by looking at what causes it, discovering anti-aging factors, and accepting non invasive therapies as a first choice treatment when possible. If these methods of anti-aging become priority, we could have health 120-year-old men and women walking the earth.

 

Baby boomers trying to stay young are looking beyond mainstream healthcare

The Baby Boomer generation (those born between 1946 and 1964) is becoming quite pro-active about their health. Baby Boomers are consumed by new research that slows aging, improves memory loss, and restores essential energy. The latest anti aging nutrient is called “DMAE” (which helps in the production of choline to improve and tune up memory).

While stress can cause wrinkles, increases your apatite, and cause stomach disorders; yoga, spas, meditation, and bodywork should be included on a Baby Boomer’s weekly schedule. Oprah, a baby boomer, health advocate states, “78 million Baby Boomers are affected by stress, and aging.” She lets the public know that no matter who you are, you have a right to be healthy during aging. Instead of constantly seeking ways and spending money to look younger, we should look to alternative healthcare.

Taking vitamins, homeopathics, herbs, and non-invasive therapies is a must! Baby Boomers are among the smartest consumers who aren’t afraid to ask questions, get information, and decline medical care that knowingly won't benefit them. The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine recently held an anti-aging conference that talked about detoxification (environmental), cancer treatments, stress, premature aging, etc. Medicine is taking charge of aging by looking at what causes it, discovering anti-aging factors, and accepting non invasive therapies as a first choice treatment when possible. If these methods of anti-aging become priority, we could have health 120-year-old men and women walking the earth.

 

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