Aging starts very early. We know that the functional decline is already measurable at the age of your own life and health, please do not wait until you're 40 or 50 when you see that there are major changes in the body. So be aware of changes already at a quite early age. The second thing I would like to highlight is that it's never too late to make changes to your life. For example, changing lifestyle, we do lots of studies, and did lots of studies in the past, including in nonagenarians, or centenarians, where we have very old individuals. They said, Okay, let me get into a better shape. Dr. Andrea B. Maier, MD. Dr. Anton Titov, MD.
I can tell you, for example, about strength training, resistance exercise training, cardiovascular fitness. It helps the body even at higher ages, it is adaptable. You will have great outcomes if you do the right thing. We see aging as a continuum within a life circle. But it's never too late to make changes and start. Dr. Andrea B. Maier, MD. Dr. Anton Titov, MD.