Can Vanity Be Good For Your
No one wants to be labeled
"vain." However, vanity in healthy doses may actually turn
out to be good for you. The way you look can positively affect
the way you feel. When you feel good about yourself, you tend
to be more productive and confident in your professional and personal
relationships. And let's face it, with today's lackluster
economy looking your best is a necessity. If by chance you're
currently thrust into the job market again, then looking healthy and
vibrant can be more important than ever.
With proper medical preventative care, which includes yearly screenings, physical examinations and compliance with medical advice, you can begin to feel comfortable with your body and assured that your physical health is optimized. Throw in a well-rounded diet and enjoyable daily exercise, and you're well on your way to achieving that healthy look and feel everyone so desires.
However, sometimes, some of
us need a little extra help with our outward appearances. So, what are
your best options to stave off the negative effects of aging?
Significant advances in laser
technology have enabled the medical community to provide optimal levels
of non-surgical treatments to help reverse the signs of aging and maintain
healthier looking skin. Laser surgery is now a much more viable option
than traditional invasive surgical procedures. It's less invasive--minimizing
the risk of infection and complications, and requires little to no interference
with daily routines—all while producing incredible results for half
the cost. Laser physics allow surgeons to go deeper than they
could with a knife, giving them the ability to precisely target sick
tissues or specific areas without damaging the surrounding areas and
triggering excessive bleeding. Hospital stays are not necessary, general
anesthesia is not required and discomfort is generally minor.
Check with your physician to
learn more about today's advancements in laser technology. Stay
interested in the way you look and feel. Your age should not define
who you are. Keeping yourself healthy and vibrant from the inside
out should not be considered selfish or vain, it should be considered
Helise Bichefsky, DO