Healthy ageing

Slow ageing, improve quality of life, increase chances of a long life.

Ageing is a concurrence of degenerative processes that affect a number of bodily functions:

  • a disrupted hormonal equilibrium
  • a weakened immune system
  • decreased brain function
  • loss of memory and concentration, decreased alertness
  • dementia (Alzheimer’s)
  • traces of arteriosclerosis in heart and blood vessels
  • fall in or loss of ability to cope with stress and adaptability

Thanks to recent developments and understanding of the biochemical processes of ageing, particularly in molecular biology, effective treatments can be formed. Using these we are able to slow ageing and sensitively improve quality of life.

Today, analyses of the biochemical processes leading to ageing are possible through taking blood, urine analysis, saliva analysis and DNA analysis. As a result of this, we have a clearer picture of the exact causes of ageing. This way we are able to draw up an individualized treatment plan, thus achieving better biochemical equilibrium by means of the right antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, essential fatty acids and possibly hormonal adjustment.

A healthy mind in a healthy body. This holistic vision, emphasizing the inseparable unity of mind and body, is the fundamental principle of our approach. Hence in addition to the purely medical approach we also pay attention to offering the right mental, physical and emotional support. This holistic approach ensures optimum results. The right treatment can strengthen the immune system, as a result of which protection against degenerative illnesses like cancer and autoimmune diseases increases. It is also possible to stimulate brain function so as to be better armed against memory loss, Alzheimer’s and dementia. Furthermore, our treatment can prevent or cure an insidious geriatric depression.

The most common complaints related to ageing are:

  • loss of energy
  • insomnia
  • reduced ability to cope with stress
  • concentration disorders
  • memory disorders
  • depression
  • osteoporosis
  • erectile dysfunction
  • loss of libido
  • high blood pressure
  • being more susceptible to infection
  • pain in muscles and joints, stiffness

Treatment can consist of the following elements:

  • dietary supplements
  • vitamins
  • minerals
  • antioxidants
  • enzymes, essential fatty acids
  • possible hormone replacement
  • individualized and adjusted nutrition
  • adjusted exercise training
  • psychological counseling