Anti-Aging : Could We Turn Back The Clock?
Today, for the first time in mankind history, we can expect our life expectancy to reach into the 60s and beyond. By 2050, the global aging population of 60 years and above is predicted to reach a total of 2.1 billion as compared to just 901 million in 2015.
Naturally, more and more people are expected to live longer and the global population is aging rapidly. Living longer does not necessarily mean better. However, it does bring with it new opportunities to pursue new ventures and the chance to enjoy life better. The opportunities that the added lifespan provides hinges on one big factor: Health. The goal of the golden age is to remain disease-free, healthy and productive.
The perception of “growing old” has evolved over the years. A positive attitude towards a healthy aging lifestyle will enable older people to experience their added years of life in good stead, instead of the declined in physical and mental capacity, that was previously implicated for older people.
Age takes it toll when we reach our fifties, sixties, seventies and beyond. Just when you begin to understand what life is about, age robs you of the ability to utilise your full potentials of what ought to be the most productive years of your life. As the adage goes “Youth is wasted on the young”…
Defy Aging With Cell Therapy
Our body contains over four trillion cells and regenerates itself every seven years. In healthy young individuals, the regeneration of cells occurs regularly in an energetic and balanced state. As we age, the regenerative processes are overcome by degenerative processes.
Cell Therapy at the forefront of regenerative medicine has been highly sought after as a promising anti-aging solution in reversing the onslaught of aging and restoring youth naturally. It is able to repair and regenerate organs and tissues that are diseased or showing signs of aging.
Cell Therapy has been known to dramatically optimise productivity and improve on the quality of life especially right into the golden age. People who opted for cell therapy as a rejuvenation therapy has reported :
- More radiant and youthful appearance
- Reduced wrinkles, pigmentation and blemishes
- Improvement in the quality of sleep
- Enhance sexual health and vitality
- Increased energy level
- Stabilisation of mental capacity
- Better mood and vitality, general sense of well-being
- Better weight management
- Relief from pain and aches
- Better alertness and memory
- Hormonal balance including relief from symptoms of menopause and PMS
- Strengthening of the immune system
- Better digestive health
- Preventive measures against chronic health conditions
Beyond biological changes, aging is also associated with external factors such as sedentary lifestyle, stress, poor nutrition and environment. Cell Therapy alone is not sufficient and should be supplemented with a healthy lifestyle, better nutrition, regular exercise and a positive attitude towards life.
The Concept Of Aging
Naturally as we age, the decline in physical and mental capacities is part of the process. The body would start to experience the signs of aging and is more susceptible to chronic diseases such as Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases, High Blood Pressure, Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Osteoarthritis and so forth. Common conditions that come with old age include vision impairment, hearing loss, muscles aches, back pain, memory loss, depleted energy, lost of motivation and lack of sexual drive. These could rob older people of the most productive years of their life.
The aim of growing old gracefully is to sustain optimal functional abilities, independence and quality of life.
Today, the perception of aging needs to be updated. Often times, older people are presumed to be frail or dependent, and a burden to society. However, the characteristic of an older person varies nowadays. Some 70 year-olds enjoy extremely good health and productivity similar to someone in their 20s. While other 70 year-olds are frail and dependent on others for care.
We now have the choice of living a longer period of good health with optimal social engagement and productivity or be burden with illness, disability and dependency in our old age. Aging is inevitable but how we age is a matter of our choosing.