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Why You’re Losing Muscle After 30 & How to Stop It | Dr. Simon Yefimov Explains Sarcopenia

By the age of 30, we start to lose up to 5% of our muscle mass and function with each passing decade. This leads to decreased strength, frailty, and a reduced ability to perform daily activities.

Sarcopenia (coming from the Greek words ‘sarx’ meaning flesh, and ‘penia’ meaning loss) affects a large part of our world’s population – but it doesn’t have to be an inevitable part of aging; awareness and early action can make a difference!

🎥 Learn more in this video by European Wellness Medical Advisor Dr. Simon Yefimov:

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Disclaimer: This video and its contents should not be treated as medical advice; observations are based on personal experience. Always consult your physician for your specific condition.

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