On the International Day of Older Persons, AORA Health recommends maintaining mobility through physical activity and prevention and joint treatment
According to the UN data, the composition of the population, globally, has changed significantly in recent decades. In 2019 there were 703 million people aged 65 or older, being the East and South-East Asia area where the largest number of older people are housed, followed by Europe and North America. The number is estimated to increase more than double by 2050.
A longer life offers all kinds of options, both for older people themselves and for society, provided health prevails. For this reason, the International Day of Older Persons is celebrated on 1 October and from 2020 to 2030, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals, the International Day of Older Persons is celebrated. Decade of Healthy Ageing.
The UN states that healthy ageing is the process of development and maintenance of functional capacity, which allows the well-being of old age. This functional capacity includes meeting needs such as learning and making decisions, having mobility, maintaining relationships and contributing to society. In order to maintain this functional capacity, both physical and mental intrinsic capacity, which is highly related to health and the environment, are involved.
In Spain, according to INE data, as of 1 January 2020, there are 9.28 million people, having grown in more than two million inhabitants, in less than two decades.
Mobility is one of the crucial factors for older people to maintain an active and independent life, which maintains and improves their cognitive capacity, relationships and mood. Therefore, a good level of physical activity, appropriate to its conditions, is vital to avoid the risk of various diseases and disabilities.
In order to maintain physical activity and mobility it is necessary for the joints to be in good condition, without breaks or wear that cause pain, the consumption of soothing and sometimes side effects. Fanfics en Español
AORA Health, Spanish laboratory specialized in the creation of high-value nutraceuticals, has developed a natural product, AORA Articular, rich in bioflavonoids like baicaline and catechine, with proven antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Its objective is to improve the joint function naturally, without side effects and with results demonstrated through clinical studies and compared to medicines like ibuprofen, celecoxib, naproxeno, as well as natural products.
AORA Health extrae bioactive molecules of natural substances and combines them in the exact amount to produce synergistic effects, which relieve discomfort in the joints, improving mobility, flexibility and physical performance and acting as a natural joint protector.
The bioflavonoids of this formula have a great antioxidant effect and metabolic depurator, which prevents damage from the oxidative stress of the joints. AORA Articular has shown greater effectiveness than usual anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce discomfort of rheumatic processes, the pain and improve stiffness and joint function, with for 3 to 7 days, from the beginning of its consumption.
Relief is fast and durable, leading to an important improvement in physical performance, also acting as a protector and therefore contributing to the prevention of joint problems, improving mobility and flexibility.
According to Gonzalo Peñaranda, CEO of AORA Health: “Our objective is to offer an innovative and effective solution for every need for health, well-being and for every vital moment, thanks to the creation of state-of-the-art nutraceutics, in which the effectiveness of the results is guaranteed. We focus on offering natural products, but designed and developed with pharmaceutical procedures, which ensure the highest quality and are tested through clinical studies, which validate their positive effects and total safety.”
Mobility, key functional capacity factor for healthy aging, according to AORA Health
On the International Day of Older Persons, AORA Health recommends maintaining mobility through physical activity and prevention and joint treatment /COMUNI
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