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Our bodies change with age. The nutrients you needed as a child to help you through puberty weren’t exactly the same as the ones you started taking in college to help you with the long nights as you became starved for mental energy. When you prepared to have children your vitamin focus may have shifted again as you prepared to bring life into this world. Now that you are approaching menopause, you may benefit from shifting your supplement focus yet again. [Read more]

Hot flashes, sleep disturbances and mood swings: these are some of the most common symptoms of menopause, but they are far from the only ones. Every year millions of women experience lingering pain throughout their bodies coming from their joints and muscles. This pain isn’t in your head. This is unfortunately one of the side effects that comes with age, but in Los Angeles, anti-aging therapy can help. [Read more]

Antiaging therapy can help reduce or eliminate the many symptoms of menopause, but for the best treatment results you shouldn’t wait too long to talk to your antiaging doctor. Many women in Los Angeles wait until long after their last period to start talking with their antiaging doctor about the mental and physical changes they’ve experienced with age. Talking to your doctor early on as the symptoms of menopause develop can save you from months and even years of discomfort—and treatment is even shown to be more effective the earlier it begins. [Read more]

Back pain can discourage us from staying active, but physical activity is an important part of avoiding pain because it helps us maintain flexibility, strength and endurance. Gentle exercises can help you strengthen your stomach, back and leg muscles to make them less vulnerable to injury and provide better support for your spine. [Read more]

Any time you’re making big changes in your life, it helps to have the support of those around you. Because long-term weight loss success will require changes in your eating habits and lifestyle, many people find that having the support of medical professionals, family members and friends can be a valuable asset as they try to lose weight. [Read more]

Regular weigh-ins are important components of any medical weight loss program, but they don’t always tell the whole story. Losing weight will mean many positive changes in your health and lifestyle, and these are qualities that no scale can measure. During your program, paying attention to these changes can help you stay motivated and cognizant of all the good that weight loss is doing beyond your overall bodyweight. [Read more]

Because it gives you the tools and support you need to be successful, medical weight loss can help you achieve steady, dramatic weight loss. But even with the help of a weight loss program, you may find that your progress slows or pauses unexpectedly, and this may mean you’ve come to a weight loss plateau. [Read more]

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