Vitamins and the use of supplements are incredibly prevalent among adults. According to the National Institute of Health, nearly half of American adults use supplements regularly, and vitamins and supplements frequently do serve a benefit.
Ageology physicians support the use of vitamins and supplements as part of a whole person health plan, and have extensive experience in the indications and interactions that vitamins may have with medications, and vice versa. Further, the Ageology physician asks not only “what are you taking?” but “why?” and as treatment progresses he looks at what a patient should stop taking and when the patient should stop taking it.
The list of benefits related to regular, moderate exercise could fill this website, and most people are familiar with some (if not all) of them. Still, the simple fact is that the majority of adults do not get enough exercise. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently reported that 80 percent of American adults do not meet the recommended amounts of exercise. By taking a holistic treatment approach, exercise can be incorporated into a patient’s plan when they are ready to take it on, and in a manner that best suits both their needs and abilities.