Healthy Aging Services at Dynamic Life Health Center

Dynamic Life Health Center focuses on a proactive approach to health and wellness. Our comprehensive and individualized programs are designed to help prevent disease and optimize your well-being. We provide the following services and more at our Dallas / Fort Worth area office in Southlake. Our goal isn’t to help our clients feel their age, our goal is to help our clients feel the best they can feel. Our services include:

  • BioIdentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • Nutrition and Metabolism Testing
  • Screening and Treatment for Adrenal Fatigue
  • Cardiovascular Health Testing
  • Nutraceuticals – Nutrient and Vitamin Supplements
  • Healthy Weight Loss
  • Genetic Testing
  • Skin Care Regimens / Chemical Peels
  • Thyroid Disease / Hashimoto’s
  • Digestive Disorders / Gut Health
  • Food Allergies / Toxic Screening
About Age Management

Age Management is the study and practice of treating age-related symptoms that are the result of the body’s decline in function. Using a proactive and preventive approach to aging allows for optimal health results. An age management program is designed to return the endocrine system to balance which can delay aging and prevent life threatening or life altering disease. The endocrine system is a network of nine different glands and more than 100 hormones that control many of your body’s vital functions, including food digestion and thyroid level regulation. A comprehensive and individualized age management approach allows the patient optimal quality of life.

Specialized age management physicians focus on early detection of inflammation and stress on the body which can be a precursor to disease.

Average vs Maximum Lifespan

The average lifespan and maximum lifespan are calculated differently in a population. The average lifespan is lowered by infant and child mortality that can be the result of infectious diseases and nutritional problems. Also, the vulnerability to accidents and chronic-diseases lower the average mortality in a population. However, the average lifespan can be increased by improved medical care, preventive care, vaccinations, balanced diet, exercise, and the avoidance of drugs and other health hazards.

Maximum lifespan is calculated by the rate of aging for a species based on its genes and environmental factors. Thus, extending maximum lifespan could be achieved by reducing the rate of aging by tissue rejuvenation, molecular repair, or organ replacement.