Anti-Aging Reviews of Books, Websites, Products and More
NeilMed Sinugator Review
Nasal irrigation devices can help you flush allergens and viruses from your sinuses. Find out what the Longevity guide thinks of the NeilMed Sinugator, a battery-operated nasal irrigation device.
Waterpik’s SinuSense Water Pulsator for Nasal Irrigation
The Waterpik SinuSense nasal irrigation system is a battery-operated water pulsator to help relieve sinus congestion. Find out whether the Longevity guide recommends this non-drug treatment for nasal irritation.
American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)
The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine is an organization formed in 1992. There is controversy around the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine as many of the advocated "treatments" involve the prescription of hormones and other products. Read a brief review of the organization here.
Electrosmog Detector Review
The Electrosmog Detector by Sensory Perspective senses the presence of signal from mobile phones, cordless phones, bluetooth equipment, Wi-Fi and other wireless technology. The purpose of the electrosmog is to find out where the electrosmog is greatest in your world. It detects electrosmog (these wireless signals) and makes a noise that gets louder the more it detects.
Then; Now - Encore.org Review
Successful aging involves finding meaning. Encore.org is an organization committed to helping people in the second half of life find meaningful, fulfilling and important work. This is a great aging resource. Encore.org encourages people to engage in career and life changing work. They encourage social contributions of people who are in the second half of their lives.
Books on Longevity and Healthy Aging
Every week more books on longevity and healthy aging are appearing on store shelves. Some of these books contain useful information and advice, others do not. This list of top books on longevity and healthy aging will help you find what you need to know.
Does RealAge Live up to the Hype?
Is the RealAge test real? How different are our calendar age and our biological age? Read on for a review of the RealAge system.