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A New Outlook on Aging with Proactive Wellness

#SOTHRIVE with Tiffany Hendra featuring AJ Piovisan of Age Rejuvenation

When it comes to wellness, there are some things we can control and other aspects that we simply cannot control. Our age, for instance. We can't stop ourselves from getting older, but as we get older - kind of like a fine wine, we can get better (as long as our cork doesn't dry out!)

We should shift our perspective of aging to an opportunity. Help the body heal itself and overcome the aging obstacles we may have with PROACTIVE wellness.

How To Be Proactive with Wellness.

The first step is to find a Naturopathic Provider who is a hormone specialist. These providers concentrate on whole patient wellness through health promotion and disease prevention, while addressing the underlying cause of the patient’s condition. They provide individualized, evidence-informed therapies that balance the least harmful and most effective approaches in order to help facilitate the body’s inherent ability to restore and maintain optimal health.

Their goal is to treat the individual, to stimulate and support the body’s inherent ability to heal, to identify the root cause, address it as naturally and gently as possible, to teach patients how to create wellness, and to prevent illness whenever possible.

Why it's Important to Find a Naturopathic Provider and Hormone Specialist

The first step in working to identify the root cause of symptoms is seeing what's really going on in the body. Providers begin with an extensive lab panel and ask you about symptoms you are experiencing, family history and your overall goals for wellness. Offering holistic perspectives and treatment options, they are able to address a broad range of chronic health issues such as diabetes, asthma, heart disease, allergies, chronic pain, digestive issues, respiratory conditions, fertility issues, menopause and chronic fatigue syndrome.

Hormone Specialist at Age Rejuvenation

Work with a Hormone Specialist

Addressing the symptoms of aging begins with bringing balance and optimization to the hormones. As we age, our hormone levels naturally decline. As a result, the typical symptoms of aging begin to happen. Hormones affect our growth and development, mood, metabolism, reproduction, sexual function and drive, heart rate, sleep cycle, and body temperature. Hormones are critical for our wellbeing and when an imbalance happens, it can wreak havoc on our bodies.

Once your doctor can diagnose you with the specific hormone imbalance you have, you can explore treatments.

happy women after hormone therapy
For women who suffer from hormone imbalances, the most common symptoms they experience are:
  • Breast tenderness

  • Heavy or irregular periods

  • Hot flashes

  • Indigestion

  • Osteoporosis

  • Sleep disturbances

  • Uterine bleeding not related to menstruation

  • Weight gain

"A common misconception about hormone imbalance is that it only affects women. This is simply not true. A lot of men suffer from hormone imbalances that negatively impact their well-being."
Senior man jogging

- Brett Markowitz, CEO of Age Rejuvenation

For men who suffer from hormone imbalances, the most common symptoms they experience are:
  • Breast tenderness

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Low sperm count

  • Depression

  • Increased anxiety

  • Osteoporosis

  • Increased fatigue

  • Reduced muscle mass

  • Reduced sex drive

Ready to Get on the Path to Proactive Wellness? Find a Hormone Specialist today.

Featured in this episode of #SoThrive with Tiffany Hendra was AJ Piovisan, a provider at Age Rejuvenation.

Learn more about services offered at age Rejuvenation including locations and contact information


Brett Markowitz founded AgeRejuvenation to provide a solid structure of weight loss, nutrition, anti-aging, and hormone balance solutions for his beloved patients. His goal is to help permanently change the patient’s everyday wellness habits so each individual can live a healthier and happier life.


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