Often, patients benefit from unconventional therapies outside of mainstream medicine to enhance their overall treatment for challenging health conditions. These conditions may be debilitating for the patient and may negatively impact immunity, neurologic functions, mobility, cognitive processes and overall well-being.
At Regenevéda, we evaluate your current condition and listen to all of your concerns. After a complete assessment of your overall health, we recommend a custom designed personal program of therapies to help minimize the negative impact of your condition. Enhancing your health, wellness and vitality is our focus.
There are several different ways to measure age. The simplest is to count the years. But we all know that your chronological age doesn’t tell the whole story. There are 56 year olds who look like they are 40 and there are other who look like they are 70. The best test of aging today appears to be a test of telomere length. As it turns out, our telomeres, the caps on the ends of the DNA strands that instruct the cells to divide can be used to give us a sense of our biological age. Another way to measure age is to look at your vascular reactivity. The greater the flexibility and thus reactivity, the younger you likely are.
This depends on how intensive a program you want and are willing to embark on. To help someone look 2-5 years younger is relatively simple. To help someone look, feel, and act 7-20 years younger is a more intense program that once started, you typically do not want to stop.
We take all health considerations into account when we evaluate and make treatment recommendations. It’s safe to say that everything we do takes safety into consideration. Everything is evidence based, taking into account what are the most effective ways to reduce the risk of disease. When there is any concern or contraindication for a treatment, we will advise you of your risks or advise you to discontinue specific parts of the program.
Whenever possible, we try to make use of your insurance. The fact is that few insurance companies pay for prevention or longevity. We are a cash based practice and with the exception of some consultation services, none of our treatments are covered by your insurance.
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Poor wound healing is caused by affected nerves which lead to poor blood circulation, making it harder for the blood (needed for skin repair) to reach areas of the body that are affected by sores / wounds. This makes it take longer for wounds / sores to heal at a normal pace.
Poor memory includes symptoms of confusion, low energy / fatigue, lack of focus, anxiety, forgetfulness, irritability, mental clarity, low motivation (signs of depression), headaches, and insomnia. It is usually a sign of depression and bipolar disorder.
Poor Libido (also referred to as Low Libido and Low Sex Drive) is the feeling of missing the spark that makes one want to enjoy sexual activities. Poor Libido is a type of sexual dysfunction that is also one of the trickiest to solve. Causes of this dysfunction vary from physical reasons (for example: low testosterone, prescription medicines, alcohol, drug use, and too little / too much exercise) to psychological reasons (for example: problems in your relationship, depression, and stress).
Poor Adrenal Function (also referred to as Adrenal Fatigue) leads to lower levels of a number of hormones which can affect every part of our body. Symptoms of Poor Adrenal Function include difficulty getting up each morning (even after a long sleep), inability to handle stress, high levels of fatigue every day, higher energy levels in the evening, cravings for salty foods, weakened immune system, dry skin, dizziness, asthma, dark circles (under the eyes), allergies, respiratory complaints, extreme tiredness an hour after exercising, joint pain, frequent urination, loss of muscle tone, lines in your fingertips, low blood pressure, low blood sugar, low sex drive, numbness in your fingers, poor blood circulation, lower back pain, and weight gain.
Night Sweats are episodes of nighttime sweating that soak your clothes / bedding. The causes of Night Sweats vary from medication side effects to medical conditions.
Memory Disturbances (also referred to as Memory Disorder) is usually the result of damage to neuroanatomical structures which hinders the storage, retention, and recollection of one’s memories. Typical symptoms of this condition include forgetting people / facts / events, depression, confusion, poor performance on memory tests, neurological disorders (for example: uncoordinated movements, tremors, and etc.), language difficulties (for example: trouble remembering words / mixing up words), repeating the same questions / stories, increased difficulty in following directions, difficulty in handling everyday affairs (for example: preparing meals, keeping appointments, and etc.), confabulation (invented memories), getting lost, misplacing items, and irritability.
Low Energy (also known as fatigue) is extreme tiredness, usually resulting from mental / physical exertion or illness. Symptoms of low energy include muscle weakness / pain, chest pain, shortness of breath, weight loss, anxiety, depression, fevers, chills, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Lack of or Poor Orgasms (also known as Orgasmic Dysfunction) is a condition in where someone has difficulty reaching an orgasm (even when they are sexually aroused). Symptoms of this condition include the inability to achieve sexual climax, having unsatisfying orgasms, and taking longer than normal to reach climax.
Lack of Desire (referred to as Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder) is the most common form of sexual dysfunction. The symptom of this disorder is decreased interest in sex. The causes of this disorder vary from interpersonal relationship issues, medical problems, sociocultural influences, low testosterone, age, and medical problems.
Food Sensitivity (also known as Food Intolerance) are digestive problems that occur after a certain food is eaten. Symptoms of this condition include burning sensation in the chest, abdominal pain, nausea, fatigue, irritability, belching, diarrhea, vomiting, flatulence, indigestion, and passing excessive amounts of gas.