What Is Revere Aging
Reverse aging technology is a method that increases not only lifespan but healthspan. It keeps on restoring vitality and bodily function by removing the damage that is inevitably caused by aging.
To state this in simple words: If a person is say, 75 years old he or she can become younger by the use of medicine or methods for that matter.
In the past centuries, there have been stories about people taking medicines to stop aging or for preserving their beauty. But none of them were very effective until this year.
2020 hasn’t been completely bad at all.
The Recent Discovery Of Israeli Scientists
Shai Efrati along with the research team claimed that their 60 days long therapy to lengthen telomeres present at the end of chromosomes was successful.
The telomere is a factor that influences aging in the body.
We try to address aging with physical exercise and changes to diet, but this only slows decline,” Efrati told The Times of Israel. “We’re showing that we can actually take the biological clock backward and improve the quality of blood cells. This means we can start to look at aging as a reversible disease.”
The whole process
35 adults who were above 64 kept providing oxygen treatment for about 90 minutes a day, 5 times a week in a period of 3 months.
The whole therapy was such that the people who opted for the therapy were kept in a hyperbaric chamber breathing pure oxygen for some time. After the period of around 3 months, there were significant changes in the body of the participants
According to the study, the physical changes were equivalent to how the participants’ bodies were at the cellular level 25 years earlier.
Questions on the Discovery
Yet, some research scientists working in the same field but not part of the therapy states that “I’m skeptical that one manipulation can reverse aging, a complicated process with many factors,” the leading geriatrician Yoram Maaravi gave his statement to the Times of Israel
He excluded results for nine of his participants from his telomere analysis, five because they did not meet baseline assessments, and four because their blood samples were low quality. For the analysis of senescent cells, he excluded 15 participants, five because they did not meet baseline assessments and 10 because their blood samples were low quality.
Among other study participants, there was an increase in telomere length, averaging more than 20 percent, and a reduction in senescent cells on a similar scale, Efrati reported.
“Today telomere shortening is considered the ‘Holy Grail’ of the biology of aging,” he said
“Researchers around the world are trying to develop pharmacological and environmental interventions that enable telomere elongation,” said Efrati. “Our hyperbaric oxygen therapy protocol was able to achieve this, proving that the aging process can in fact be reversed at the basic cellular-molecular level.”
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