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Clinical Approaches

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Precision Medicine (P4) aims to detect and treat disorders in healthy individuals even before symptoms of the disease appear, thus optimizing well-being and preventing illnesses. P4 medicine represents a shift from reactive models to maintaining lifelong health.

Predictive: Many risk factors for diseases are already known, and information continues to accumulate constantly. Genetic testing for these risk factors is becoming more common, and regular analysis over time will allow the identification of new "actionable genetic variants." The use of this information provides means to optimize well-being.

Preventive: Genetic, molecular, cellular, and organ data provide indicators of early signs of diseases. The focus of healthcare is shifting from disease treatment to health maintenance and well-being. Screening for early signs of diseases enables immediate preventive intervention.

Participatory: Individuals will play an active role in collecting health-related data through various devices. Learning to interpret the collected data will provide individuals with tools for early detection of disease signals. Empowering individuals to make decisions to maintain health and well-being is a key element for the success of P4 medicine.

Personalized: The individual is at the center of P4 medicine. Monitoring and maintaining well-being are tailored based on individual needs and risk factors. Disease treatment is individualized based on the molecular profile of the disease and the individual's genetic composition.

High Performance Brain offers a personalized approach to P4 medicine, focusing on early detection of disease signals and optimizing individual well-being. Schedule your appointment and start taking proactive care of your health.

Lifestyle Medicine is an evidence-based discipline that aims to help individuals prevent, manage, and reverse specific chronic conditions through supported behavior change techniques. It focuses on promoting healthy eating, physical activity, better sleep, improved social connections, and mental well-being, while also reducing harmful substance use. Lifestyle Medicine acknowledges broader factors affecting health and well-being, including ecological health, poverty, and health inequality.

To effectively address chronic diseases, Lifestyle Medicine necessitates a multidisciplinary, multisystem approach that collaborates with self-care, self-management, social prescribing, and group consultations. Clinicians, public health professionals, researchers, scientists, and educators must work together to instigate change.

The principles of Lifestyle Medicine should extend beyond clinical practice to encompass public health policy and prevention. Healthcare professionals, individuals, governments, and policymakers must all play a role.

Mental Wellbeing: Lifestyle Medicine teaches proven techniques to reduce stress, support relaxation, and foster a sense of purpose while promoting health through a connection with nature.

Minimizing Harmful Substances: Lifestyle Medicine helps people quit smoking, reduce excessive alcohol consumption, and avoid addictive substances and behaviors such as gambling, excessive internet or social media use.

Healthy Relationships: Lifestyle Medicine assists individuals in cultivating and maintaining healthy, meaningful relationships and increasing social connections to reduce stress and promote both physical and mental health.

Healthy Eating: Lifestyle Medicine empowers individuals to reduce the consumption of ultra-processed foods by imparting knowledge and skills to adopt healthier eating patterns of their choice.

Sleep: Lifestyle Medicine aids individuals in achieving high-quality sleep and avoiding behaviors that may impair sleep quality.

Physical Activity: Lifestyle Medicine supports people in finding ways to incorporate more physical activity into their lives while reducing sedentary time.

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