Camillus chiropractor to share anti-aging strategies in library talk

— In the battle against aging, we can’t stop the clock. But it is possible to slow the process and even eliminate aspects of aging we have come to think of as inevitable.

Doctor of Chiropractic Bernard Straile will share techniques for healthy aging, based on research and experience, in “Anti-Aging and Stress Reduction,” an informational presentation from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 18, at Maxwell Memorial Library, 14 Genesee St., Camillus. To register for this free program, call the library at 672-3661.

Research convincingly shows that easy measures taken to care for oneself actually do slow the aging process, says Straile, whose chiropractic practice is in Camillus. Do you eat mainly nutritious, unprocessed foods? Drink six to eight glasses of water, juice, and green or herbal teas daily? Enjoy regular physical as well as social activities, such as walking, yoga, and church? Maintain a healthy weight? These and other steps go a long way toward reducing stress and thus inflammation, which is a major factor in diseases associated with aging.

Straile will explain how healthy living and other accessible techniques work in your body to actually slow the natural effects of aging and possibly get rid of some of the unnatural effects. He will talk about diet and nutrition, allergies and NAET allergy elimination techniques, biofeedback and more.

For more information on Maxwell Memorial Library, call 672-3661 or visit maxwellmemoriallibrary.org.

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