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Anti-Aging Treatment

What is Anti-Aging Medical Treatment?

The primary goal of anti-aging medical treatment is to treat the primary sources of aging with the purpose to ease ailments related to aging. Anti-aging medical treatment is a progressive specialty of medical as well as applied science aimed at extending the lifespan of people and maintaining optimal health with youthful attributes.

Anti-aging medical treatment incorporates traditional, alternative and holistic medicine methodologies in order to attain the most effective result for the patient. Anti-aging medical treatment is synonymous to preventive medicine.

Anti-aging medical treatment provides solutions for staying healthy and biological efficiency regardless of the patients chronological age.

What Causes Aging?

As a practicality, since the time of creation aging has been a fact of life. All human beings pass through a number of stages in life beginning from infancy to adulthood, with the youth phase being the time when a person is usually the healthiest. Optimal health, ideal muscle mass, a healthy immune system, peak hormonal capacity, strong working memory and brain cognition are all traits associated with youth.

Aging has been defined as a continuous breakdown of metabolic processes. Each organ and tissue in the body age at various rates and it is evident that this distinction is a result of deregulation of hormones and chronic inflammation.

There are many theories related to aging such as Free Radical, Telomerase, Cross-Linking and Neuroendocrine. Several of the aging theories are contradictory while others are interrelated. However, there are three biochemical progressions in aging that have been firmly established which are glycation, methylation and oxidation.

What is Biochemical Oxidation?

Simple compounds whose chemical structure has a missing electron are known as free radicals. Due to the missing electron, free radicals which are unstable, pursue additional chemical structures in order to acquire an electron.

Minor amounts of free radicals are beneficial in regular metabolism and play a role in a few common reactions such as breathing. However, when free radical production rises damage occurs to cell membranes. The cell membrane which is primarily made up of lipids and proteins, begins to produce a damaging chemical known as Malondialdehyde which influences a process in aging called glycation.

What is Glycation?

Glycation is used to describe the process by which glucose and/or additional sugar molecules bind themselves to proteins. The binding effect of the glucose and/or sugar molecules causes a brown discoloration of tissues and a cross linking of proteins. As a result of cross linking, a number of chemicals are produced which damage tissues. Moreover, the glycation process while having a negative effect on protein, also inhibits DNA, making a cross linked DNA molecule useless.

What is Methylation?

Methylation is an essential body process which maintains and keeps tissues healthy. Methylation can turn off certain abnormal genes in DNA so that future DNA cells are blocked from generating the abnormal cells.

Chronic inflammation causes the immune system to consume methyl groups in order to lower inflammation and as a result diminishes the positive benefits of methylation. Lower methylation causes a rise in homocysteine levels found in chronic inflammatory disorders such as diabetes, heart disease and lupus. Increasing the intake of methylators can greatly reduce the risk and severity of the aforementioned diseases.

What is Chronic Inflammation?

Some medical researchers consider chronic inflammation to be the culprit for most of the changes related to aging. When a person has remained in a state of chronic inflammation for an extended period of time, toxic chemicals are released in the body which results in the destruction of healthy body tissues. The toxicity from chronic inflammation can result in conditions such as arthritis, dementia, diabetes, imbalance of hormones, thickening of the arteries and many others.

What is Hormonal Deregulation?

It is a well-established fact that hormones play a key role in the quality of life and aging. Moreover, it is clear that as hormonal imbalance occurs in the body aging is accelerated. Such hormones as DHEA, growth hormone and melatonin must be revitalized and replaced during a person’s lifetime in order to slow down aging and keep the body healthy and vibrant.

Traditionally, most of the medical community has considered aging to be a fundamental, comprehensive, continuing natural phenomenon, progressively damaging to the body, void of benefit with the exception of possible wisdom. However, due to the fact that today we are living in the information age, medical information and research has created a new model of how modern medicine views the aging process.

Due to the fact that general aging processes commonly brings about disease, anti-aging medical treatment also provides new methods for treating illnesses which are related to aging.

What Can An Anti-Aging Medical Treatment Program Do For You?

An anti-aging medical treatment program will improve your health by; providing you a specific diet that is hormonally efficient, enhance your body with the optimal levels of clinically proven antioxidants and nutraceutical supplements, optimize your physical performance and restore your hormone levels to where they were in your mid 20’s.