New humans see aging as just a disease they can control, heal, and even reverse in a longer healthier life.
The first idea that comes thinking about why we age is that our organs get old as our clothes and machines do. The tear and wear lead to regular deterioration, skin gets bail, muscles weaken, and nerves blunder.
We think overworking, overusing our body cells as we live leads naturally to aging. Yet, we ignore that our bodies are equipped with regenerative engines, repair engines, and growth mechanisms that no man-made machine ever had..
Have you recently gazed into the mirror and noticed receding hairlines or pronounced wrinkles? With ever-increasing age, your metabolism takes a punch, testosterone levels start dwindling, and your immune system is not as robust as before.
Hair loss and fine lines are the hallmark signs of aging, but more than just outer appearance, the function of your internal organs and tissues may also decline. Plus, the risk of ailments increases with age.
No one can stop the clock, but you can delay the process of aging with what you do and eat.