The Rules of Aging With Grace

Most of us have heard the saying aging gracefully. For most, this means choosing not to do anything cosmetically to mask the appearance of aging. According to recent online article the best way to age gracefully is to be sure that your lifestyle is in accordance with your goals. A large part of aging with grace will mean keeping your body in shape. By the time it adults reach middle age it is harder to keep your body in shape if you are not active. According to the Center for Disease Control and Development people over the age of 65 who have two hours and 30 min. of moderate aerobic activity each week combined with muscle training two times a week are getting a sufficient amount of exercise. Eating well is also critical so that would include plenty of leafy greens and delicious fruits. Skincare is also a critical part of looking your best at every age. Facial skin can be troublesome for middle-aged and older adults; however, maintaining a steady consistent skin care regimen preferably medical grade skin care make a marked difference in our skin as we age. Professional treatments including chemical peels, micro dermabrasion, and lasers will also help to maintain beautiful skin. According to the article those who age gracefully are proud of their years refusing to tell your real age could backfire and cause people to assume that your older than you really are. It is also recommended that as we age we do not allow anxiety to create fear based on what the future holds. Now more than ever the golden years are a chance to travel, create adventures, begin a new career, or even return to school. It is not the end of the road it should be perceived as beginning a new chapter. Your outside should match your inside. So, when you’ve done everything you can to feel the best you can it is only natural to want to look your best as well. Dr. Seify reminds patients that plastic surgery procedures including facelift, neck lift, or blepharoplasty are not drastic measures. In reality they actually allow the patient to enjoy looking approximately 7 to 10 years younger than their real age of the rest of their life. When it comes to cosmetic plastic surgery especially for anti-aging sooner is better than later. The sooner patient address the appearance of aging the more options they will have for treating it. Patients who are considering facial rejuvenation are encouraged to contact Dr. Seify and schedule a consultation.

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