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FIVE MAJOR AGING DISEASES

Stress & Anxiety

When the body is under stress a hormone called Cortisol which produced by the adrenal glands is released, this hormone is associated with a dozen or more serious degenerative diseases and has been found in elevated levels in the last days of life.

Higher and more prolonged levels of Cortisol in the bloodstream (like those associated with chronic stress) have been shown to have negative effects, such as:

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Overweight & Obesity

Overall, there are a variety of factors that play a role in becoming overweight or obese such as genes, metabolism, behavior, environment, culture, and socioeconomic status.

At The Wellington Institute we focus in those factors we can medically control and reverse such as genes, behavior and metabolism, the other factors have to be overcame by commitment to change your life style in order to live longer.

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Hormonal imbalance

Hormonal imbalance it is one of the major agers. Hormonal imbalance can start at early age in both men and women. One of the major risk factors of hormonal imbalance in the elder population is the development of Osteoporosis.

It has been shown in the medical literature that 90% of people that had hip fracture due to osteoporosis die within one year. It not only limits mobility, but also affects self-steam causing depression, and finally death. Fortunately, Hormonal imbalance is reversible with Hormonal replacement Therapy HRT and nutritional supplementation, both specialties of Dr. Jennine M. Cabanellas and her professional staff.

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Insomnia

About 60 million Americans a year have insomnia frequently of for extended periods of time, which leads to even more serious sleep deficits. Insomnia increases with age and affects 40 per cent of women and 30 percent of men.

Insomnia is typically caused by stress, existing medical condition, other drugs you may be taking, and mostly inability to shut down during nights because your mind is anxious and always thinking. 

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Depression

There is a big difference between sadness and depression, sadness is the natural defense system to adverse circumstances, and everybody will always feel sadness at some point in their life. Depression however, is a physical illness with many more symptoms than an unhappy mood.

Depression is a significant public health concern worldwide and has been ranked as one of the illnesses having the greatest burden for individuals, families, and society.

Evidence consistently indicates that depressionhas adversely affected work productivity; in fact, recent studies have shown that the costimpact in lost labor time in the US, cost employers an estimated $44 billionper year, and that does not include workers enrolled in long-term treatment.

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