PhysioAge Systems measures vital body systems to identify how well you are aging. While you may be 60 years old, your actual physiological (biological) age may be 70. Tracking physiological age over time provides a clear profile of your individual aging process and can help your doctor determine which treatments to prescribe and when.
Detail and precision are crucial differences that set PhysioAge Systems apart from other health tests. Our expert system is based on solid science – extensive clinical trials, scientific literature, and careful statistical analysis of primary data.
Rather than using secondary clinical studies to calculate physiological age, we used our own in-depth, primary research to measure 120 attributes among 118 individuals. This study determined how biomarkers relate to each other, which enabled a greater degree of statistical accuracy and a deeper understanding of the aging process. Biomarkers are levels in your body which can give some indication of status and risk.
Following are the six core Biomarkers of Aging measured by PhysioAge Systems:
- CardioAge – Arterial Stiffness Testing: Evaluates cardiovascular risk by measuring blood pressure at the heart to determine arterysuppleness
- CutoAge – Skin Elasticity Testing: Assesses the elasticity, firmness, and resistance of the skin with the same instrument used in numerous clinical trials for skin care products
- PulmoAge – Lung Function Testing: Measures lung function, which is linked to many fatal diseases, not just lung disease
- NeuroAge – Brain Function Testing: Assesses brain aging through a series of computerized tests focused on age-sensitive aspects of cognitive function
- TelomerAge – Telomere Length Measurement: Measures telomere lengths – caps at the ends of the chromosomes that shorten with every cell division – to indicate cell longevity
- ImmunoAge – Immune Function Testing: Uses an advanced blood test to measure the health of your immune system
PhysioAge Systems is currently available in New York, Utah, California and Florida. For more information on PhysioAge Systems and to learn your physiological age, please visit www.PhysioAgeSystems.com