What is Vitality?

We are often given information that promises to help us to age in good health, lose weight, feel younger, look younger, or to recapture our lost youth, but how do we know where to start?

 Learn how you can experience the exuberant strength and mental vigor at any age!  People are living longer, and feeling younger even as they age. You've likely heard the saying that 60 is the new 50, and 40 is the new 30.ith the right knowledge and a commitment to staying healthy, you and those you love can live longer, fuller lives, maintaining your vigor and vitality and guarding you well through the passage of time.

Symptoms of Low Vitality

Everyone is familiar with all-out-energy drain -- that exhausted day (or night) when no matter how enticing that new movie, fabulous shoe sale, or friendly barbecue, we just can't psych ourselves up to go. What can be harder to recognize is a low-grade energy drain. In this case, you may not necessarily feel the classic signs of exhaustion -- like achy muscles or that all-over tired feeling. What you do experience is an increasing lack of get-up-and-go for many of the activities you used to love. Adrenal fatigue could be the cause of these symptoms.

 

 Are you feeling:

  • Fatigue
  • Low Motivation
  • Decreased energy
  • Low sex drive
  • Depression
  • Irritability/Frustration
  • Lack of concentration
  • Lack of patience

Take heart. If this is starting to sound familiar. If you've lost your get-up-and-go, you could be suffering from a hormone and neurotransmitter imbalance. Energy zappers are all around us some obvious, some hidden. The good news - there is a way around almost all of them.

Here at Canary Club, we're proud to offer you information straight from knowledgeable and reliable sources, up to date research and timely information you can trust. You can count on us to find and deliver only the best information for you to review and implement as a part of your daily journey to vibrancy and vitality as well s the best home testing at our special prices.

 

Men, Women and the Quest for Vitality

As we walk the paths of life, we are redefining what it means to be men and women. We live in a time where people are living a lot longer than they used to – many now pass the milestone of 90 while still enjoying relatively good health and high spirits. Because we're living longer, and generally feeling better along the way, we have a lot of options that generations before did not – it is up to us to educate ourselves on these options and most importantly, how to take maximum advantage of the opportunities available to us.

Living well means playing a key role in our own health and wellness, staying active, supplementation when needed, and a healthy diet all play important roles in maintaining vigor and vitality as we age.

No longer is a woman's life defined solely by her reproductive status – women are living 40 years or more beyond menopause, and enjoying all manner of experiences that were unthought-of even as little as 30 or 40 years ago. Men are also experiencing richer, fuller lives as they age – no longer are they defined solely by their job or their chosen profession. Now we are much more open as a society, discussing the needs of mature men and how they can be uplifted by attention to hormone levels, and better focus on nutrition and fitness.

The Challenges of Aging

 By examining the relationships between the different hormones in our bodies (Estrogen, Testosterone, and others) we can gain a better understanding of how they can impact our health; and how we can manage them to maintain a healthy balance that can only support our quest for vitality. Attention should also be given to neurotransmitters and their impact on neuro health.

 Menopause

 During the "change of life" most women will experience light to heavy symptoms that are uncontrollable and lead to mood swings, irritability, hot flashes and all sort of bodily discomforts. As estrogen wanes, the body can over or under-react to that change, throwing all of your hormones off balance.

Whether peri, post or in menopause, be proactive and learn about your hormone status. 

Andropause

Men, too are affected in middle age. Andropause offers its own set of symptoms that come on more gradually but are equally as unsettling to your health. Lowe levels of testosterone are sometimes hard to detect, so it's a good idea to get your hormones tested. Our Men's Advanced Plus test (LINK) can give you full information about your levels today and what you need to do to counterbalance their decline.

The Vitality-Lifestyle Connection

Science is making leaps and bounds every day, and more findings are coming in that support the conclusion that only a small portion of our vitality is dependent upon genetics – the rest lies within the lifestyle we live.

We are among the first generations to live with so many different options for maintaining our health and vitality – with a flexible attitude and a mind open to the possibilities that can come to us disguised as diet, fitness, and supplementation choices we can make great strides towards a vibrant and engaging lifestyle that is both stimulating and kind to our bodies.

Through fitness and nutrition, we can encourage our bodies to remain youthful and vibrant – proper diet and exercise can also be key to preventing and minimizing the impact of diseases, cancers, and ailments that can potentially put a stop to the joy that many people find in their lives.

Managing our diet and nutrition, hormone levels, and better understanding the needs of our bodies through fitness and monitoring, we can better maintain a healthy weight, something that is essential to reaching and maintaining the vitality we seek.

Take Control Today!

We can choose to stand for the experience of a rich emotionally filled day, feeling a sense of purpose and engagement, and the intention to live a life that is full, vital and vibrant.

Your actions today can influence having a life with meaning and purpose, as you define it. Begin exploring anti-aging options together with advice from some of the foremost experts in low testosterone/estrogen and adrenal fatigue, through better awareness and healthcare.