Depending on your current health status, your doctor may want you to check in frequently about your biological age program. You might go in for quick checks of your vital signs, while go in for more extensive testing after a few months. Doing this will help you and your doctor see the progress you’re making, while also helping you both to learn more about what’s working for you and what might not be working for your biological age program.
Set Long Term Goals Together
If your doctor wants to be even more involved, they can help you set biological age goals. Knowing your health history, they will be able to tell you what you can expect from your health habit changes and what might not be possible. You can both create a list of goals to meet and then put them in your medical record chart. At each visit, you can update your doctor on the goals and then see if you need to adjust your program once you see how much closer or further away the goals are.
Your doctor can be instrumental in helping you lower your biological age. By listening to your needs, your plans, and your goals, you can both begin to see just how much of a different small diet and lifestyle changes can do for your body. And you might both be surprised in the end by what you and your body can really do.