General Practice Services

Youth Preservation Program

Holistic Health Reset Program Cost : Rp. 3.700.000 – 20.000.000
+ Youth Preservation Program : Rp. 2.000.000 – 5.000.000

Depending on Diagnosis & Treatment needs.

What is Youth vs Aging ?

Types of Aging

Think of aging as “that which happens to our bodies over time.” This definition encompasses the multiple processes that the human body goes through as it ages (as opposed to the signs of aging, such as gray hair and wrinkles).

Beauty, as they say, is much more than skin deep. How the body functions greatly affects the quality of skin, joints, bones, brain function and so much more. However the acceptance of aging is essential to physical and emotional well-being. Aging fixation often causes overcompensation by exercising too much or diets that may do more harm than good.

The quality of aging is a process over which a healthy person can have some control, healthy appropriate choices can be made, whether at 25 or 75. It’s never too late to start. There is no reason why we cannot be healthy, vital, and of youthful appearance at any age.

Some aging is caused by the body, such as growth spurts children go through during puberty. Aging can also be accumulative, such as the onset of skin damage due to a variety of reasons.

Aging is ultimately a combination of physiological changes in our bodies and environmental factors. While the latter is often beyond our control, some environmental factors are modifiable and may influence the course of aging.

Cellular Aging. Most cells in the body can replicate 50 to 65 times before the genetic material is no longer able to be copied accurately. This replication failure is referred to as cellular senescence during which the cell loses its functional characteristics. The more damage done to cells by free radicals and environmental factors, the more cells need to replicate and the more rapidly that cellular senescence develops.

Hormonal Aging. Hormones play a huge role in aging, especially during childhood when they help build bones and muscles and facilitate the development of secondary male or female characteristics. Over time, hormones balances change, leading to changes in the skin (such as wrinkles and the loss of elasticity) and a loss of muscle tone, bone density, and sex drive.

Accumulative Damage. Aging caused by accumulative damage (i.e., “wear and tear”) is about the external factors that can build up over time. Exposure to toxins, excessive UV radiation in skin lacking proper vitamins C and D, unhealthy foods, and pollution can take their toll. Over time, these external factors can directly damage DNA in cells (in part by exposing them to excessive or persistent inflammation). The accumulated damage can undermine the body’s ability to repair itself, promoting rapid aging.

Metabolic Aging. Metabolism is the process of converting food into energy, which produces byproducts—some of which can be harmful to the body. The process of metabolization, while essential, can cause progressive damage to cells, a phenomenon referred to as metabolic aging, which too often results in Metabolic Sydrome. Slowing down the metabolic process through practices such as calorie restriction can greatly slow aging.

Our age-obsessed culture is consumed with “slowing down aging” and increasing longevity, but the basic truth of it all is that growing old is unavoidable. No matter what you do, your body will change in a number of key ways.

For example, by the time a person turns 20, lung tissues will begin to lose their elasticity, the muscles around the rib cage will start to deteriorate, and the overall lung function will gradually begin to diminish.

Similarly, the production of digestive enzymes will begin to slow as we age, which affects how nutrients are absorbed into the body and the types of food we can digest without difficulty.

Blood vessels also lose their flexibility as we age. In people who are sedentary and eat poor diets, the loss of elasticity paired with the accumulation of fatty deposits can lead to atherosclerosis (“hardening of the arteries”).

As women approach menopause, vaginal fluids will decrease and sexual tissues will start to atrophy due to the loss of estrogen. In men, lean muscles will thin and sperm production will diminish due to decreases in testosterone levels.

How to Slow Aging

Eat well. Added sugar, salt, and low-quality fats wreak havoc on the body, increasing the risk of hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease. To avoid these aging-related concerns, increase your intake of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy, and lean meat and fish.

Caffeine. Coffee, tea, chocolate, ginseng. These rob the body of essential nutrients, prevent proper rest, and ultimately reduce energy. Caffeine speeds aging and increases stress. Many people find the have better, longer lasting energy without it.

Read labels. Check labels to limit sodium intake to under 1,500 milligrams (mg) per day, sugar to around 25 mg per day, and poor-quality fats to less than 10% of daily calories.

Smoking. Smoking, including the sundry and vaping, decreases circulation and increases blood pressure while greatly increasing risk of cancer. BSI can help with bad habits.

Exercise. Most adults do not meet the recommended exercise requirements for good health (roughly 30 minutes of moderate to strenuous exercise 5 days per week). Even so, 15 minutes of moderate activity per day can improve longevity compared to no exercise.

Socialize. Socialization keeps us psychologically engaged and may help influence longevity as well. Maintain good, healthy relationships with others. Stay connected to the ones you love, and make it a point to meet new people.

Sleep. Chronic sleep deprivation is linked to poorer health and shorter life spans. By improving your sleep hygiene and getting around 8 to 9 hours of sleep per each 24 hours. All animals on Earth, excepting humans, generally sleep 2 or 3 times each 24 hours. Humans used to sleep more, until the advent of the electric light and the demands of business corporations.

Reduce stress. The greatest age factor of all is chronic stress and anxiety. Highly damaging to the body, as stresses (physical, emotional, spiritual) trigger the release of an inflammatory stress hormone called cortisol. Learning to control stress with proper exercise, relaxation techniques and mind-body therapies may help alleviate the indirect inflammatory pressure placed on cells.

Detox with the BSI Signature Health Reset Program, with nootropic medicines prescribed as a result of deep testing and analysis.

Consider answering these questionnaires, and bringing a completed copy with you during your first interview.

Words of Encouragement

The acceptance of aging is essential to physical and emotional well-being. When fixated on getting old, people often overcompensate by exercising too much or embarking on diets that may do more harm than good. Moderation is key. By accepting aging as a process over which there is some control, we ca can make healthy choices, whether 25 or 75. It is never too late to start.

Remember: The body only heals during deep sleep and rest. The patient must rest, and get impact exercise too.