STEM CELL THERAPY: ANTI-AGING TREATMENT
As we age, our bodies begin to degenerate. The degeneration is often imperceptible until we begin to feel aches and pains in muscles and joints, see wrinkles in our skin and start feeling tired more easily. Aging is life’s most categorical degenerative disease, with years of wear and tear ultimately resulting in the loss of our ability to function at full capacity.
HOW CAN STEM CELL THERAPIES PROMOTE ANTI-AGING?
There are literally thousands of functions performed throughout the body at any given moment. Each function is aided by specific kinds of cells. For example, the regulation of emotions and the control of the body’s functions are managed by the communication between cells in the brain and the rest of the body, the skeletal structure is maintained by cells in our bones and motion is performed and controlled by muscle cells.
Initially these cells have the incredible ability to proliferate in order to maintain their functions. As we age though, old cells die, other cells become damaged and the body losses its ability to replace them with new cells. None of us can avoid the deterioration of our cells that occurs as a part of the aging process. How we choose to live our lives are also contributing factors to how fast the process progresses, such as smoking, poor/unhealthy diet, and inactive lifestyles. There are also things we cannot control such as toxins in the environment and genetic predisposition to certain aging processes. It appears we may be fighting a losing battle when it comes to the aging process.
However, it does not stop us from still wanting healthier and longer lives. So how can we maintain the health of our cell production thus reversing the effects of aging?
STEM CELL THERAPY
Stem cells’ specific function is to repair the body. They carry out this function by tuning into any cell that is required to heal or rebuild the damaged part of the body. For example, a stem cell can become a heart cell to repair damage in the heart or a skin cell to repair a tear in the skin. As such, stem cell therapy is used to replace old/tired cells with new ones capable of replicating and regenerating to maintain the healthy functioning of the body.
A stem cell will take on the function of the necessary cell, multiply and fix the damaged area. If aging is the reduction in the efficiency of the body’s functions due to cell damage, then stem cell treatment can offset the aging process by reversing the damage and bringing our bodies back to functional capacity.
Aging happens to all of us but the therapies to combat this are already available. Stem cell therapy can be the fountain of youth we’ve long searched for.
Stem cell therapy can be the answer you need if you want to counter the adverse effects of aging so you can continue to look and feel young, and to improve your health.