Getting Older

 

The baby-boomers are getting older...

 

Boomers are defined as having been born between 1946 and 1964, which makes that group 47-65 years old. So many are moving into retirement age.

 

Even the celebrities we used to think of as “forever young” are turning 65.

 

But they won’t age the same way their parents did. Today’s seniors are more active and less willing to settle for the old folks’ home. With advances in anti-aging medicine, new and exciting changes are coming.

 

Our  idea of anti-aging is to help you live as young as possible, right now. We want you to stay energetic and youthful without being sidelined by pain or disease.  This is becoming increasingly possible. A new study shows that the number of people over 65 with a major disability dropped from 26 percent in 1982 to 19 percent a few years ago. And there are signs the trend is growing.

 

The 2010 US census says that people 65 or older made up 13 percent of the total population. By 2030, that number will jump to almost 20 percent of the population.

 

Can you believe these stars will turn 65 this year?...

 

Richard Dreyfuss , Arnold Schwarzenegger,  supermodel Cheryl Tiegs, Elton John and David Bowie, comedian Billy Crystal... even Hillary Clinton turns 65 this year. Getting old won’t be as bad as I used to think. Plan ahead and think differently. Don’t give up the enthusiasm you enjoyed in your youth.

 

Here are three steps to get you started on a younger body, starting today:

 

Step 1. Slow Cellular Aging – Ask your Naturopath, consult our nutritionists or take a look at the products in the office. They are our personal choices.

  

Step 2. Muscle Means Youth – Three pounds of your muscle disappears every decade. If this happens long enough, you wind up with a medical condition called sarcopenia. Sarcopenia simply means a deficiency of muscle. This occurs gradually. In fact, you may not even notice it, because your weight may not change as fat is replacing your muscle. The most powerful tool for building muscle is physical exertion.

 

Step 3. Maintain Your Nervous System in peak condition- And last but not least, keep your nervous system free from interference, that’s where the entrainments come in. 

Getting regular chiropractic care will keep the nervous system, the master control system, working at it's best and help re-direct daily life tension through more resourceful pathways.


 

There’s Magic in A Healthy Spine!