management of aging
With advancing age, one is inevitably confronted with the changing self––a reality generally associated with the progressive loss of robustness and aesthetic decline. The aim of medical treatment for rejuvenation is to compensate for this negativism by setting the clock back so that you will look your chronological age and not older or 10 years, 20 years younger. When you reach 40, looking in your thirties will help you “stay actively involved”. Your late 50s may bring you sometimes debilitating apprehension with the “slipping away” feeling. Looking 10 to 20 years younger, you will be “on stage again”. Getting back youthful appearance makes you not only look better, but also feel better. Restoring your appearance should go in hand and hand with your efforts to sustain optimal physical and mental health. Being in good condition at any given moment will then allow you to enjoy your life to the fullest and facilitate a gradual transition toward its end.
Anti-aging is about slowing down the ticking of the clock. Young adults benefit from preventive lifestyle, and during their 20s and 30s interventions may be necessary to lessen the impact of photoaging. Aging gracefully is the ultimate goal to be achieved.