Your Age can Determine the Most Important Time to Take Anti-Aging Supplements

May 11, 2021 Tags: , ,

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It is a common practice to take supplements during the day. Some people choose to wake up and take theirs in the morning, while others add it into their bedtime routine. What matters most is that they are taking them, right? Not exactly. Most people don’t consider aging a disease, more so just life’s process. However, in 2015, a team of international scientists came forward stating that it is time to treat the aging process like a disease. By doing so, the strategy behind taking supplements becomes more crucial than ever before. 

There are two supplements researchers are focusing on that are reported to have metabolic benefits and foster longer lifespans among various organisms, they are Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) and Resveratrol. By using a complex mathematical model, NMN supplements are most beneficial for young people to take six hours after waking up. On the contrary, studies show that Resveratrol supplements work best if young people take them in the afternoon. For older adults, it is important to take these supplements in the afternoon. 

In the eyes of researchers such as Mehrshad Sadria, they are changing the idea that aging is not treatable. While aging is a process we all go through, there are studies showing that slowing the aging process is possible. Treating your body with supplements, a healthy diet, exercise and adequate sleep is essential to combat the aging process from the inside out. Wouldn’t it be nice to also combat aging from the outside? Here at Dr. J. J. Wendel Plastic Surgery, we offer an array of skincare products that leave your skin looking youthful and rejuvenated as well as treatments that will have a long-lasting impact on your skincare routine. For more information and to book a consultation, contact us today! 

 

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