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How Does Looking Good Affect Our Inner Wellness?

Have you ever noticed how starting your day looking out of sorts - with a bad hair day, make-up rushed, clothing not fitting well, etc. - can change the tone of your day? There is a connection between looking good on the outside and feeling good mentally. The truth of the matter is, you feel better if you’re confident about your overall appearance.



If you're unhappy with your appearance, it can affect your mental and emotional wellbeing. The level of your happiness, or unhappiness, can also directly impact your cortisol levels which can affect many other areas of your life.


Why Maintaining Cortisol Levels is So Important

Cortisol, often called the “stress hormone,” causes an increase in your heart rate and blood pressure. Normal levels of cortisol are released when you wake up in the morning or exercise. These levels can help regulate your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, and even strengthen your heart muscle. In small doses, the hormone can heighten memory, increase your immune system and lower sensitivity to pain.


High levels of cortisol, however, are linked to the following symptoms:

  • Fatigue

  • Irritability

  • Headaches

  • Intestinal/digestive problems

  • Anxiety or depression

  • Weight gain

  • High blood pressure

  • Low libido

  • Difficulty recovering from exercise

  • Poor sleep

Looking Good And Feeling Good

Happy, Confident people
Age Rejuvenation improves lives through with better wellness, inside and out.
"When you are happy with your outward appearance, you're more comfortable and confident in your own skin. Confidence, also, naturally helps us feel more able to do more active things, like exercise and socialize. That's why at Age Rejuvenation, we focus on helping people feel good inside and out."

Brett Markowitz, CEO of Age Rejuvenation


Improving Your Confidence through Self-Care

Taking care of yourself with simple things like getting your hair done or exercising can make you look good, feel good, and be confident - decreasing your cortisol levels and helping your body function better. However, anti-aging medical therapies and MedSpa services are increasing in popularity because they offer treatments and therapies that can last longer and prevent the signs of aging. Some of the most popular treatments include:

  • DiamondGlow® Facial - an innovative resurfacing that thoroughly cleans and rejuvenates the skin; a dermabrasion device with a recessed diamond tip wand which gently removes the skin’s top layer while also administering a topical cosmetic serum

  • Bioidentical Hormone Therapy - process of re-establishing hormones, derived from natural sources, that have been lost in your body using tiny pellets that are placed under the skin, allowing the body to absorb trace amounts of vital hormones for 3-4 months at a time

  • Medical Weight Loss - a custom nutrition plan that is personalized to YOUR body and will help you keep the weight off in the months and years to come

  • CoolSculpt Elite - an innovative and exciting fat freezing treatment that helps permanently remove unwanted fat from targeted areas


Are you ready to start looking and feeling better?

Visit Our Featured Partners at Age Rejuvenation




Florida Locations

125 North Orlando Ave. Suite 115 Winter Park, FL 32789 (407) 606-6746


1155 Nikki View Dr. Brandon, FL 33511 (813) 681-8624


10116 Montague St, Suite 8 Westchase, FL 33626 (813) 749-7550


220 North Howard Ave Tampa, FL 33606 (813) 254-6141


1821 Bruce B Downs Blvd Suite 114 Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 (813) 558-9500


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Brett Markowitz, CEO of Age Rejuvenation

ABOUT THE FOUNDER OF AGE REJUVENATION

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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