Aging is the impact of time on our bodies. This occurs at several levels:
Cellular Aging: cell age by the number of times they have been played. A cell can replicate about 50 times before the genetic material and may not be copied properly (due to telomere shortening). The more harm to cells by free radicals (and other factors), the more your cells need to reproduce.
Our healthy cells contain electrons. When unstable oxygen molecules (missing electrons) start to make contact during our breathing of air into the bloodstream, these thieving oxygen molecules steal the electrons from the skin cells and keep themselves stable while the healthy cells remains wobbly. This chaos is called oxidation. Just like nails become rusty and cut apple turned decaying brown. Unstable oxygen molecules called free radicals.
The degree of damage depends on the contribution of individual antioxidants such as fruits and vegetables to fight against free radicals before they damage more cells.
Hormonal Aging: Undoubtedly, hormones play an important role in aging, particularly in childhood growth and maturity of the adolescent. Hormone levels change in life, which leads to menopause and other age-related changes. When male hormones such as testosterone are reduced with manhood into senior age, muscles are affected, leaving more fat in the body, such as love handles and beer belly. When the resistance and elasticity is lost facial muscle areas also become weak and drooping eyelids, sagging skin with wrinkles begin to form.
Accumulated Damage: When toxins, UV rays, harmful foods, pollution and other toxins begin to be felt on the body, over time, these toxins can cause tissue damage. Body “falls behind” in the maintenance and repair of cells, tissues and organs. Sun damaged spots begin to occur as skin cannot heal quickly, which causes infuriating age spots.
Metabolic Aging: Each day, the cells convert food into energy, which produce by products that can be damaging. This process of metabolism and energy creation results in damage to the body over time. Some believe that the delay in the metabolic process (through practice, such as calorie constraint) may delay aging in humans
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