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Saturday, December 5, 2015

Stem cell and aging


Aging is a complex process in which cells become damaged over time and die. As we age fewer and fewer of those cells are renewed and we slowly decay. General symptoms of aging are memory loss ; poor concentration; fatigue; wrinkles; general aches; loss of hair; insomnia; reduced sex drive; mood swings; degenerative diseases.
The introduction of new stem cell treatments potentially slow down or reverse this process. Stem cells are known to possess a unique anti – aging effect by means of regenerating and repairing organs damaged by various factors.
When you are young you have lots of stem cells, but as you age, you have fewer and fewer. Anti-aging treatments using your own stem cells involve removing your own stem cells, activating them and giving your cells back to you. Your stem cells do what they are designed to do, they communicate with other cells and facilitate regeneration hence promoting longevity.

Stem Cells treatments replenish the supply of stem cells to allow the body to repair and rejuvenate organs including skin. reduction of the effects of degenerative diseases; reduced fatigue; emotional and mental improvement; reduced stiffness of joints.
During stem cells treatment a patient receives 200 – 300 million stem cells. This quantity of the plain cells restored not only covers daily losses, but exceeds them a thousand times. Thus, the reserve of the stem cells, almost lost for the latest 15 – 20 years, is restored. Naturally, after such active cell replenishment, any organ gets rejuvenated and renewed, because the new and active cells displace the old and damaged ones.

- Feeling of vitality.
- Improved physical activity.
- Improved quality of hair.
- Increased libido.
- decreased level of hemoglobin.
- Decrease in creatinin levels
- Improvement in renal (kidney) function
- Decrease in the fasting blood sugars
- Loss of neuropathy.

Keywords: Aging; Stem cell treatment; Regeneration; Longevity.

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