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Healthy Aging 

Healthy Aging
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Healthy Aging
Author(s):

Neal Rouzier

and George E. Muñoz

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199843794.003.0018
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date: 30 May 2020

The “Healthy Aging “chapter, begins with detail information as to what specifics lifestyle habits in the form of diet, exercise and stress reducing strategies constitute a prototypic ideal type of behavior for men seeking disease free aging processes. This section delves into the basics of supplementation, vitamins, and hydration in the setting of moderate to strenuous physical activities as well as the importance of proper rest and sleep hygiene concepts essential in one’s personal care rituals. The importance and effect of relationships, spirituality on men’s psyche in these regards are discussed. Finally, the section reviews hormones and literature indicating that maintaining optimal levels are also an essential aspect of a healthy aging strategy in addition to the aforementioned topics. The concept that hormone replacement is part of a preventative medicine strategy is reviewed hormone by hormone by one of the leading world authorities in hormone replacement for men, Dr Neal Rouzier. He is a thought leader and literature evidence based clinician and educator in this field having over 25 years of clinical hormone experience and massive worldwide lecturing expertise. His encyclopedic summary of an extremely complex paradigm is distilled for clinicians and readers in this section.

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