Organ Reserve Improvement in Bellevue, WA
Organ reserve is your body's ability to withstand stress or attack and still be able to return to a normal level of function. Organ reserve is considered a major factor in avoiding disease.
According to a study published in the Journal of Integrative Medicine, you will lose 1% of your organ reserve every year after the age of 30, and by age 85 you will have lost 50% of this important defense.
Doctors and researchers have tried for years to draw a connection between organ reserve, aging and death. They have determined that when your body's ability to return to its original health is overtaken by the effects of a particular health challenge, death occurs. Many researchers believe that organ reserve is directly linked to aging and lifespan.
To learn more about organ reserve, please call (425) 780-0502 or contact Dr. Karen Parker online.
Organ Reserve Damage
Any physical or mental stress can compromise your body's ability to overcome a stressor. Some of these include:
- A specific disease and its symptoms
- Some medications
- Stressful life
- Environmental changes
Organ Reserve Improvement
Organ reserve levels will vary from person to person and may not correlate directly with the person's age. Lifestyle factors have a lot to do with how well your organs can rebound from an illness, physical stress, or mental stress.
The best way to improve your organ reserve is to remove a stressor and allow the body to rest. Your health provider may also recommend increase in supportive supplements and vitamins to help your body's resilience.
Functional Medicine & Organ Reserve
Functional medicine providers are well versed in anti-aging and organ reserve techniques that may improve your health, but approach the problem differently than traditional medical providers.
By looking past your symptoms to the root cause, functional medicine goes beyond prescription medications and focuses on treating the root cause of illness.
To request more information about your organ reserve, please call (425) 780-0502 or contact Dr. Karen Parker online.
Neurevolution Medicine, LLC
Address1300 114th Avenue SE
Bellevue, WA 98072