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Age counter starts the moment we are borne…Healthy Aging is what you deserve  to achieve…!

The modern fast paced life we are living is bringing a lot of joy to us and a lot of benefits as well, but at the same time it is affecting people’s well-being variably, therefore staying healthy and feeling your best is important at any age. It’s common for older people to lose confidence as their body changes and they face life-altering events, like retirement, health issues, and loss of loved ones. Lack of confidence can make them more withdrawn, less active, and more fearful about everyday events and their future. 

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Hot flashes and night sweats are transient sensations of heat, sweating and flushing that are mostly associated with anxiety, lasting for 1–5 minutes. Hot flashes and night sweating constitute the most common symptoms of Menopause among women. These symptoms occur due to changing of hormone levels, including Estrogen and Progesterone and some other steroid hormones, affecting the body’s temperature control.

It’s important to note that these symptoms take place among women on different pattern with variable degrees and frequency due to the physiological individual variations, so treatment should NOT be attempt without consultation of a specialised physician. 

it’s to be noted that these symptoms are totally treatable and reversible by using appropriate individualised hormones replacement therapy prescribed by a specialised doctor.

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Age-related skin changes could be manifested as one or more of the following:

  • SKIN DRYNESS

  • EASILY WOUNDED SKIN

  • SKIN WRINKLING & THINNING

  • LOSS OF SKIN ELASTICITY

Skin is the biggest organ in the body which is protecting all the underlying body tissues and body systems. Skin Health is is an outcome of two important factors namely Endogenous and Exogenous represented as genetically encoded characters and modifications caused by an external environment impact respectively. Hormones play the vital role in keeping the skin looks healthy and it is said that skin is a functional mirror of the body and Endocrinol system; any hormone concentration ups and downs may improve its appearance or significantly worsen its condition as well as it may lead to occurrence of dermatological changes.

Despite the passage of time, women want to feel good inside their skins. Using a cosmetic apparatus alone in older women is not enough to restore the skin vitality.

For better effect and permanent revitalisation of the ageing skin, it is recommended to apply properly selected home-use individualised compounded preparations.

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Age-related genitourinary problems could be manifested as one or more of the following:

  • VAGINAL  DRYNESS, VAGINAL ATROPHY, VULVA itching  & DYSPAREUNIA

  • URINE URGENCY

  • URINE INCONTINENCE

  • INCREASED FREQUENCY

  • RECURRENT UTI (Urinary tract Infections)

Approximately 50% of women in the peri- and postmenopausal period experience symptoms of dryness, dysuria (burning), dyspareunia, urgency and recurrent infections of the vagina, vulva and urinary tract that contribute to a significant reduction in the quality of sexual function and general comfort of life due.

Perimenopausal  and postmenopausal hormonal changes are presented by a significant decrease of the level of some hormones and rise-up of others leading to remarkable hormonal imbalance which is accompanied by a decrease in the content of collagen and elastin in the tissues, leading to thinning of the epithelium and the resultant disappearance of the superficial layer, which leads to smooth muscle dysfunction as well as connective tissue degradation.

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Age-related Impaired physical & mental health could be manifested as one or more of the following:

  • EASY FATIGABILITY

  • HEADACHE,  WEIGHT GAIN, GUM PROBLEMS

  • LOSS OF CONCENTRATION

  • IMPAIRED MEMORY

  • IMPAIRED MUSCLE TONE, JOINT PAINS and OSTEOPOROSIS 

Healthy and proper hormonal balance is always required to help the body in building tissues in response to the wear and tear process; so any disruption of this balance will definitely affect the building process resulting in many and variable body dysfunction ranging from the decreased physical performance to frank physical and mental disorders. 

Physical performance declines with aging. Low muscle strength and decline in the ability to produce power (force quickly), this could be apparently presented as low walking speed then, further, with mobility limitations and disabilities.

The pattern of decline in physical performance differs by sex, women showing more rapid decline than men during middle age. This sex difference is due to the hormonal changes that occur during the perimenopausal and postmenopausal years.

Cognitive decline is a frequent complaint during the menopause transition and among post-menopausal women. Changes in memory correspond with diminished hormonal production. Adding to that, many peri- and post-menopausal women report sleep irregularities, depression, hot flashes, excessive sweating and these factors may contribute to cognitive decline.

It’s very important to note that those symptoms whether single or combined are due to multiple hormones imbalance and the patient could benefit from individualised Hormones Replacement Therapy to reverse those symptoms and guard against further deterioration, the treatment should be formulated by a specialised doctor.

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Age-related Impaired Sleeping & Mood changes could be manifested as one or more of the following:

  • IRREGULAR SLEEPING PATTERN 

  • INTRUPPTED SLEEPING

  • MOOD SWINGING

  • IRRITABILITY

  • PANIC DISORDERS

By approaching and during Menopause major hormonal, physical and psychological change for women take place. Although menopausal symptoms vary from a woman to another, a majority of women report sleeping problems namely insomnia, interrupted sleep and sleep-disordered breathing. Those symptoms are commonly associated with some psychological and emotional symptoms and/or disorders including mood swinging, irritability, anxiety, panic disorders and depression. 

Age-related Hair & Nail changes could be manifested as one or more of the following:

  • HAIR LOSS
  • HAIR THINNING
  • BRITTLE DRY HAIR
  • BRITTLE NAILS

Female pattern hair loss (FPHL) Being the commonest cause of hair loss in women, FPHL is a non-scarring alopecia which typically presents with progressive hair thinning at the vertex of the scalp, with sparing of the frontal hairline. Although FPHL can occur at any time after puberty, it most commonly begins at, or soon after, menopause. About one-third of women experience hair loss (alopecia) at some time in their lives; among postmenopausal women, as many as two-thirds suffer hair thinning or bald spots. Hair loss in women often has a greater impact than hair loss does on men, because it’s less socially acceptable for them. Alopecia can severely affect a woman’s emotional well-being and quality of life. Hormonal changes by the time of approaching and during menopause is considered as a contributor for hair loss in an addition to multiple other factors like genetic, diet, environment and life style. The unstable psychological status of women during menopause should not be neglected as it may contribute to the problem. 

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Age-related body weight changes could be manifested as one or more of the following:

  • Weight gain 

  • Difficulty to lose weight

  • Uneven body fat distribution

The hormonal changes of menopause might make you more likely to gain weight around your abdomen than around your hips and thighs, this is absolutely different from woman to another as hormones alone cannot be accused for that, there are some other factors contribute to this problem like genetic, diet, lifestyle and environment. Muscle mass typically diminishes with age, while fat increases. The rate of losing muscle mass with the increased fat deposition reflects how the body  metabolism is. This can make it more challenging to maintain a healthy weight. If you continue to eat the way you always used to without increasing your physical activity, you’re most likely to gain weight.

Age-related Men’s problems could be manifested as one or more of the following:

  • Easy fatigability  

  • Shortness of memory

  • Weight gain 

  • Erectile dysfunction 

  • PANIC DISORDERS

Andropause or late-onset hypogonadism are expressions being used medically to define some man health problems occur with respect to age. As man advances in age in his forties and onward, there are some changes start to take place like easy fatigability, weight gain, sleeping irregularities, erectile dysfunction, loss of libido and in some cases there might be some panic disorders. Most of these changes are due to the gradual decrease in levels of male hormones. Those changes might start together or separately with variable degrees and different amplitudes from man to another. It’s to be noted that these problems are not only due to hormonal changes as some other factors can attribute to these problems like genetic, diet, lifestyle, exposure to prolonged stress or underlying disease. So every case should be evaluated as a separate entity and being managed accordingly. 

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