Symptoms of aging
For most people, aging occurs imperceptibly in the 30’s, becomes apparent in the 40’s and accelerates in the 50’s. Some believe this is simply evolutionary design, as the body moves beyond its reproductive usefulness and begins to wind down.
Getting older can bring with it a whole range of symptoms and ailments, they may include:
Weakness, fatigue, bloating, hot flushes, sweats, dizziness, sleep disturbances.
Cold hands and feet, muscle aches, joint pains, headaches, palpitations, loose skin, hair loss, weight gain, constipation.
Psychological / Emotional:
Mood swings, irritability, poor memory, brain fog, depression, loss of self-confidence.
Sexual / Urinary:
Low sexual drive, Menstrual disturbances, Decreased vaginal lubrication, Frequent or weak urination, Erectile problems
A common misconception among many is that the aches and pains that come with aging are an inescapable part of getting older and that we have to just accept them. At LifeClinic, we disagree – there is actually a lot we can do to combat both the internal and external aspects of aging.
If you have any further queries about our anti-aging services, please contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call reception on 2881 8131.