Studies show that a healthy body starts with a happy mind for seniors. A study by Concordia University’s Center for Research in Human Development suggests, “feelings of self-confidence and worth correlate to a lower incidence of health problems.” It is not unusual for older adults to be affected by the same issues associated with teenagers: diminished feelings of self-esteem and confidence as one begins to deal with empty nests, retirement, and the onset of health problems.
Certainly, it is not a secret that when one “exudes” confidence one can silently walk into a room and, without effort, command attention. If you have been searching in vain to lose weight and capture a more youthful appearance, perhaps now is the time to invest in yourself to help regain your confidence as you move into the next phase of life. After all, we know how it feels to dress in an outfit that makes us look taller, thinner, younger like we are at our best. Well, how about your “birthday” suit…look into investing in yourself. Take care of those droopy eyelids, facial wrinkles, age spots, jowls, and turkey neck, and that lingering “baby” fat that exercising just won’t eliminate. Invest in yourself; feel at the top of your game so that you, too, reap the rewards of commanding attention when you enter the room at your next social gathering.
Older people, health experts say, can increase their self-esteem by taking care of their health and appearance.
Dr. Raj provides clients with a personal consultation to discuss the client’s ultimate goals. He establishes a road map to assist our clients in understanding the steps necessary to help reach their goal of a refreshed more youthful appearance using both surgical and non-surgical techniques. His approach delivers a natural appearance allowing clients to look like a younger self without the stigma of having had “plastic” surgery.
When you look in the mirror turn “ugh” to “aah” with an intervention by Dr. Raj. How would you feel if you looked ten years younger? Is it time to invest in yourself so you look as good as you feel?