<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8"/> <title></title> <base href="."> <link rel="stylesheet" href="../../contentbuilder/defaultcontent.css" type="text/css"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="../../pagelayout/stylesheets/353/sheet.css" type="text/css"> <style> <!-- @import url(../../contentbuilder/defaultcontent.css); @import url(../../pagelayout/stylesheets/353/sheet.css); --> </style> </head> <body class="contentbackground"> <!-- layout style = 2 begin --> <!-- row 0 begin --> <table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"> <tr valign="top"> <!-- column 0 begin--> <td valign="top" width="100%"> <table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" valign="top"> <tr> <td><a name="0.0"></a></td> </tr> <tr><td> <!-- content cell0.content0 begin --> <p align="left"><strong><font face="Arial"> </font></strong></p> <p align="justify"></p><font face="Arial" color="firebrick" size="6"> <p align="center"><strong><u>LIFEMAP PROGRAM</u></strong></p> <p align="center"><font color="black" size="3"><strong>The Making of Middle Age: One's Choices</strong></font></p><i> <p align="center"><strong><font size="3">&quot;The Typical American is the mechanized, urbanized, unbalanced individual who is over-rested, over-fed, over-stimulated </font></strong></p> <p align="center"><font size="3"><strong>over-protected, and under-released, under-exercised and under-disciplined.&quot; </strong></font></p></i><font face="Bookman Old Style"> <p align="center"><font face="Arial" size="3">Wilhelm Raab, MD </font></p> <p><font color="black" face="Arial" size="3">Dr. Raab, a world-renowned cardiologist, made this statement in the 1950's. If he could only see us now!</font></p> <p></p> <p><font color="black" face="Arial" size="3">In our youth, we ate balanced meals, exercised with activities all day long, and lived healthfully. But then school and youth were over and we entered the adult world: responsibilities, families, careers, deadlines, the traffic commute, and bills to pay.</font></p> <p><font color="black" face="Arial" size="3">Life slowly changes. Many start to smoke. For some it's coffee in the morning to get going, and alcohol in the evenings to socialize, and help with stress. As we grow into middle age, we at times enjoy a week's worth of food with all of the fat, salt, sweets, and drink - all in one evening. Activity slows, and we put on the pounds: our waistlines grow, we get used to the puffy look, and the gait slows. </font></p> <p><font color="black" face="Arial" size="3">And life goes on: successes at work, children being raised, and the fast pace of life. But we cope. Stress, food, coffee, work, alcohol, less sleep, aspirin, headaches, more food, antacids, work, nicer home, indigestion, bigger clothes, more stress, better car, more doctors visits, less energy. The cycle just becomes normal life.</font></p> <p><font color="black" face="Arial" size="3">This isn't aging. This is lifestyle and it seems to catch up with us all at once. The big diagnosis is such a shock: cancer, heart disease, back problems, high blood pressure, diabetes, cirrhosis, impotence, ulcers, etc.</font></p> <p><font color="black" face="Arial" size="3">It's never too late to regain your health. Stand back and take a hard look at what you have become and how you got that way. </font></p> <p><font color="black" face="Arial" size="3">The Institute offers comprehensive Physical Exam Programs, and The Life Map program, which provides an individualized blueprint to achieve total health. Exercise, Diet, Weight Loss and Rehab Programs are also offered. Call The Institute at 425 820 2110.</font></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p></p></font></font> <p align="center"><font color="firebrick" face="Arial" size="6"><strong><u>Health Risk Assessments & Health Management</u></strong></font></p> <p align="justify"><font face="Arial">Individual risks for disease are determined using several methods including computerized Health Risk Assessments, based upon health background, genetic predisposition to disease and lifestyle habits. Data from the National Center for Disease Control is used. The results can be utilized to develop specific individual changes to improve health, such as steps to lower cholesterol, and other cardiovascular disease risks. Individual cancer risks are also determined with ways to lower them.</font></p> <!-- content cell0.content0 end --> </td></tr> </table> </td> <!-- column 0 end --> </tr> </table> <!-- row 0 end --> <!-- </table> -- > <!-- layout style = 2 end --> <div><img src="../../images/shim.gif" height="20"></div> </body> </html>