As mentioned previously, ageing is the process of declining ability to repair cell injury or cell damage. In the stages of more severe cell injury there is reduced oxidative phosphorylation with depletion of ATP, cellular oedema, mitochondrial dysfunction and DNA damage.
However, this process can be slowed down through the proactive use of pulse electromagnetic field frequency known as PEMF.
PEMF has become a stable component in many clinics and sport institutes to support faster recovery and to improve results of other treatments significantly.
Due to the fact that PEMF – improves detoxification of heavy metals, – opens ion channels of every cell by increasing membrane potential, – increases ATP production for faster healing, – improves nutrient uptake, – increases oxygenation, you will experience dramatic increase in energy.
PEMF is known to be the most powerful recharge station for the human body. Like a battery needs recharge, so do all of your cells when sick or exhausted. The analgesic effects which reduce pain significantly are a welcome side effect many patient use to reduce their pain medication.
PEMF is recognised in oncology, chiropractic, physio therapy, sport rehabilitation and recovery from injuries. PEMF is successfully applied in cases of Alzheimer disease, MS, chronic depression, incontinence, ED, osteoporosis, autoimmune diseases and as a very powerful immune support. It’s the obvious choice to combat ageing
When you improve cellular function, every one of your cells operates better, of course with improved cell function this also improves our ageing.
First and foremost, one of the most studied proteins called “sirtuins” also known as the silent information regulator have been found to aid in the ageing process. These proteins control the rate at which we age and also the length of our lifespan. Sirtuin’s activity is linked to metabolic control, cell apoptosis, cell survival and resistance, development, inflammation and healthy ageing. Sound’s fairly important right? They act as sensors of energy and redox status in cells – modulating the acidity of key metabolic enzymes as well as metabolic genes. One of the most studied sirtuins is called SIRT1.
SIRT1 is stimulated by: Alpha Lipoic Acid, Berberine, Curcumin, Quercetin, Resveratrol, Pterostilbene, Green Tea Polypenols.
Polyphenols are antioxidants that are naturally found in brightly coloured foods like red cabbage, coffee, blueberries and cacao. They protect your brain from stress and free radical damage, support learning and memory as well as slow down ageing.
It also can be speculated that systemic ozone therapy can induce Sirtuin -1.
There are countless other supplements and herbs which help to improve our cellular function and reduce the affects of ageing. Some of these include: ECGC (found in green tea), red grape juice, coffee, hawthorn, gingko, hops, fennel, fenugreek, red palm oil, nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD), R-alpha-lipoic acid and CoQ10…
Vitamin A, D and K work together to support your immune system and bones. How? Well, vitamin D acts on over 1,000 different genes and assists in calcium metabolism and bone formation. Vitamin K helps transport calcium from your blood stream into your bones. Vitamin A works with vitamin D to support your immune system. Essentially they are a triple threat to combat the effects of ageing.
Curcumin is the compound in turmeric that gives the root its vibrant colour. It supports a healthy inflammation response which is excellent in old age. Why? Because even with gentle forms of exercise you can actually cause a low baseline inflammatory response.
Vitamins, minerals, herbs, antioxidants and numerous other compounds have the power to make a real impact on how long you live and how vibrant and healthy you feel.