This is the second part of the article “Benefits of Reverse Aging” and a continuation of the series of articles on reversing aging or how to reclaim your youth and vitality! You can read the Part One here: Benefits of Reverse Aging – Part One. This article will look at more aspects of aging that can actually be prevented if you become successful in reversing aging.
Preventing Immune System Deterioration
Reverse aging is simply not possible with a compromised immune system. So, to effectively reverse the aging process you need to keep your immunity in top-notch functioning mode.
As the rest of the body deteriorates with age, the immune system is no different. With time the cellular processes that comprise the immune system get slower, less effective and less efficient.
This is why the probability of contracting a disease and of the disease worsening increases with age, another consideration that factors into age-related decline.
Not only does the body become more susceptible to illness, it also loses its ability to produce a strong and effective immune response.
Reverse aging would mean a great deal for the immune system as it would keep the system younger. In other words, enabling it to work as effectively as it did at a younger age. This is beneficial for keeping all kinds of illnesses at bay.
Improving Cardiovascular Health
Cardiovascular health includes all things related to the heart and vessels of the body (arteries, capillaries, and veins). As the person gets older, the cardiac muscles of the heart and the muscles in the vessels get weaker.
Depending upon various factors, the vessels might get occluded as in atherosclerosis due to over-consumption of fatty foods.
This means that the heart has to pump blood with more force for it to get through to the tissues. The extra load on the heart will contribute to its weakening and reduced ability to function.
The vessels also lose their elasticity naturally with age. Of course, in reverse aging, this will not be the case.
One of the biggest benefits of reverse aging is that it keeps the heart and vessels safe and healthy. It prevents many diseases, from mild hypertension (high blood pressure) to seriously fatal myocardial infarctions (commonly known as a ‘heart attack’).
After considering what reverse aging can prevent, here is a look at what it can promote as well.
And this is kind of an important one since it does not have to do with physical wellbeing alone but mental wellbeing as well.
It is given that anyone getting older starts becoming more and more dependent on others. However, this need not be the case.
As long as the person is healthy, age is really just a number and reverse aging proves this in many ways.
For someone who is old, but can still move around on their own, does not need someone to babysit them all the time. They need not be sent to an old person’s home for better care if they are able to manage perfectly well on their own.
Reverse aging can help everyone keep the independence that they had all their lives without having to be monitored and fussed over all the time.