Mastering the Science of Youthfulness with Dr. Rosenstein of Southwest Age Intervention Institute - The Texas Developer

Mastering the Science of Youthfulness with Dr. Rosenstein of Southwest Age Intervention Institute

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Societal valuations of age and beauty are constantly in flux. While it is certainly true that the concept of "youth" has always been revered, centuries ago, civilizations often venerated older, wiser members the most. To this point, America’s founding fathers powdered their wigs gray to appear older and wiser. However, that is no longer the case. Today’s culture has become entranced with appearing and feeling as youthful as possible. From injections to creams to surgical procedures, the race is on to remain young.

Aside from aesthetic purposes, youthfulness has great health benefits as well. The phrase “you’re only as old as you feel” has taken on a whole new meaning, and there is research to back it up. Israeli researchers from Bar-Ilan University have shown that, even in old age, having a youthful mindset might improve one’s chances of successfully recovering from medical conditions, per Sci Tech Daily.

“Those who feel younger can maintain their health and functioning for longer periods, and as the current study shows, can recuperate better from disability,” says a professor who conducted the research.

“Therefore, by perceiving themselves to age successfully people may preserve a healthy and vigorous lifestyle.”

Someone who is at the top of their game in terms of mastering age intervention and maximizing youthfulness for themselves and others is Dr. Jacob Rosenstein. Despite decades of rigorous work as a neurosurgeon and age interventionist, Dr. Rosenstein, now in his late 60s, feels the healthiest he has.

Dr. Rosenstein began his journey to conquer aging at 54. During this time, Dr. Rosenstein began to experience extreme fatigue and lack of energy due to the physical and mental demands of neurosurgery. Dr. Rosenstein knew he needed to do something about these experiences if he wanted to continue operating at his highest capacity.

In just six months, he went from 21 percent body fat to 11 percent body fat and began to regain his focus, youthfulness, and stamina. Perfecting his strategies on himself. Dr. Rosenstein was inspired to help others regain their energy and lives as well. This led him to open the Southwest Age Intervention Institute, which offers its clients the opportunity to reverse the signs and symptoms of aging.

Now in his 60s, Dr. Rosenstein is at 6.7 percent body fat and feels better than he did at age 40. He helps each client look and feel their best to live the most fulfilling life possible.

Located in Arlington, Texas, the Southwest Age Institute has helped countless people feel younger and younger each day. “It’s not about living longer, it’s about living better,” says Dr. Rosenstein. “When you live better, you live longer.” To learn more, visit their website here.