As the global population continues to rapidly age, we continue to make advancements that are allowing people to live longer than ever before.
TSI’s John Burstow discusses the risk of developing age-related diseases and conditions increasing due to longer life spans and how muscle health could play a key role to combat this.
Around the age of 30 muscle mass begins to decline and accelerates with age. Our muscles are responsible for all movement and support functions including many of the things we take for granted like getting out of a chair, walking, breathing, chewing and more. Learning about muscle health is vital to overall health and well being in order to maintain quality of life as we age.
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