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Aging is when the body shifts from a constructive (anabolism) to a destructive (catabolism) state. Anabolism is the replenishing of the body’s systems with new and stronger tissue, a rejuvenating or building mode. Catabolism is the breaking down of the body’s physiological systems. Physiological functions peak in the 20s, plateaus in the 30s and then begins a sharp descent in the 40s.
Individuals age at variable rates due to genetic and environmental factors such as nutrition, exercise, stress, smoking, and alcohol as well as various diseases such as obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes mellitus. As a result, aging is a combination of bodily changes and the impact of how we take care of ourselves. In other words, aging is the impact of time on the human body, and it occurs on multiple levels:
• Cellular aging: It is simply defined as cells age based on the number of times they have been replicated. A cell can replicate about 50 times before the genetic material is no longer able to be copied accurately, which is due to shortened telomeres. The more damage done to cells by free radicals and other factors, the more cells need to replicate.
• Hormonal aging: Hormones play a huge factor in aging, especially during childhood growth and adolescent maturity. Hormone levels fluctuate through life. Puberty brings acne and larger pores. As we get older, hormonal changes lead to dry skin and menopause.
• Accumulated damage: Accumulated damage is all external. Exposure to toxins, the sun, harmful foods, pollution, and smoke causes damage to the body. Over time, these external factors can lead to tissue damage and the body falls behind in its ability to maintain and repair cells, tissues, and organs.
• Metabolic aging: As you go about your day, your cells are constantly turning food into energy, which produces byproducts that can be harmful. The process of metabolizing and creating energy results in damage to the body over time. Some believe that slowing down the metabolic process through practices such as calorie restriction may slow aging in humans.
In Exon's anti-aging unit, we are accompanying you for confronting aging effects and protecting beauty and youthfulness. We attempt to minimize undesirable signs of aging and to decrease remarkably speed of negative changes. We are on your side to help you relive beauty and youthfulness while you are at the zenith of wisdom and perfection.
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