Five Things Exercise CANNOT do

GettyImages_168533629-1Exercise can improve your mood, increase your energy levels, and help you feel better both physically and emotionally. So how many more reasons do you need to get moving? On the other hand, if you’re just starting an exercise regime, it’s important to set expectations and know some of the things exercise cannot do. Exercise isn’t a quick fix. It’s a long-term commitment that, combined with good nutrition and vitamins and sometimes with hormones and medications prescribed by an Ageology physician, can help you achieve optimal health. READ MORE →

Top 10 Reasons You Should Be Active thirty percent of Americans say they get regular physical activity, forty percent say they get none. With all that’s known about the importance of being active and the benefits it provides to both physical and mental health, Americans’ refusal to start and stick with a regular exercise program is only a few clicks short of insane. Excuses just don’t cut it here, folks. End of story. READ MORE →

Dr. Paul’s Rules to Live By (Intro)

Ageology: Dr. Paul Savage. July 1, 2013. Photo by Andrew Collings.I’m known for spending significant amounts of time with my patients at each and every one of their appointments. I don’t do this because it takes me a long time to conduct a physical exam, run a routine test or write a prescription.

What takes up most of the appointment time is simple, enjoyable conversation.

I talk with my patients about all kinds of things: work, marriage, passions, children, stress, hopes and fears. READ MORE →

Menopausal Women: Be Mindful of the Myriad Benefits of Yoga!

seated twistPsychological symptoms – mood swings, frustration, anxiety and depression – can really throw a wrench in the works of a menopausal woman’s life. For years, women that were experiencing these severe symptoms were simply prescribed anti-depressants and anti-anxiety drugs to make the “crazy” go away. But, there’s good news! Ageology physicians believe that these drugs are no longer the only option for women looking to reduce the psychological symptoms of menopause.  READ MORE →

We Can Live With ‘Em: Men Are Closing the Longevity Gap

iStock_000014302991XSmall-blogWomen have outlived men by a pretty big margin for as long as anyone has been keeping track. In 1989, men lived an average of seven years less than women. But according to recent data on lifespan in both genders, men are closing the gap.

In 2009, the longevity gap was only five years. Put another way: life expectancy rose by 4.6 years in men in the interim between ’89 and ’09, while women’s life expectancy rose by only 2.7 years during that time. READ MORE →

Shake It, Don’t Break It: Shaking Things Up For Heart Health

iStock_000013295852XSmallHeart attack risks rise dramatically for women at menopause. Estrogen helps keep “good” HDL cholesterol high and “bad” LDL cholesterol low. It relaxes blood vessels, allowing oxygen-saturated blood to circulate to the muscular, hardworking walls of the heart and throughout the whole body. Estrogen also has antioxidant effects, which protect blood vessel walls against the harmful effect of free radicals – a major contributor to damage that leads to atherosclerosis (clogged blood vessels in the heart that lead to death of part of the heart muscle, also known as a heart attack). READ MORE →

Ageology Leans in, Celebrates National Women’s Health Week: May 12 – 18, 2013

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Lean in. Empowering women is always a worthy endeavor. Anything which encourages us to better care for our health, and lower our risk for certain disease and illness is something we should all get behind.

Ageology joins the United States Department of Health and Human Services, celebrating “National Women’s Health Week” from May 12th through May 18th, 2013. READ MORE →

Ageology’s Cortisol Close-up: Beat Stress and Lose Belly Fat

StressandBellyFatAgeology experts agree the top three leading causes of stress are work, money and health.  The uncertainties in life and sudden tragic events like the Boston Marathon explosion also skyrocket stress levels. It is difficult, but important to manage stress in our lives in healthy ways. In addition to heart disease, ulcers, sleep problems and an increased likelihood of infectious diseases; cortisol can also cause belly fat, excessive weight gain and even obesity. READ MORE →

Hormones and Stress: Dr. Paul Savage offers 6 Tips to Help Reduce Stress

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An amazing 77% of Americans report that they regularly experience physical symptoms caused by stress. “The figures are staggering,” says Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Specialist Dr. Paul Savage, “Chronic stress is an American epidemic.


Ageology Hormones + Weight Gain Live Q and A on Facebook Tonight

weightganeGet the skinny on hormones and weight gain on the Ageology Facebook Page. What exactly do hormones have to do with weight gain? It’s a fact:  as men and women age, especially after the 40th birthday, weight begins to creep up even when the healthiest diets and exercise regimens are in place. Why? Hormone imbalances not only influence and can dictate a healthy weight, but also increases the chances of chronic disease such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer. READ MORE →

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