What Causes Aging and Can We Stop Aging?

Did you know that in ancient Rome ordinary man was expected to live up to 23 years?

About a hundred years ago the average life span was 40 years.

Most people would like to live a very long time, no one wants to get old.

But aging is a process that starts from birth and continues throughout the entire life.

What causes aging?

When someone enters a deepening age, all actions and processes of living organisms are slowed.
Man loses part of his strength and his senses lose sharpness.
It usually comes in the reduction of body weight and height.
Along with this, it may impair vision, partial deafness, white hair and relaxation and less supple skin.
Not all people are aging at the same speed, but some of the changes that come with age can not be avoided, because they occur in the tissues of the body and all its organs.
For example, cells in the kidney, liver, pancreas and spleen begin to gradually decline, because the blood vessels are old and not strong enough to supply blood and food, as in the past.
Thyroid and other glands also fail.
The entire system of blood circulation in the body with age begins to change and it is no longer functioning as active as used to.
Because of these changes, we do not even breathe the same way.
Eyes, ears, bones, joints, blood, skin, nails and teeth, it all starts to degenerate or deteriorate.
That is why older people often must change their lifestyle and diet.
These changes are biological and cannot be prevented, simply because aged tissues and organs can no longer operate at full power.
Age change is not the same everywhere.
A man of sixty years, can have some tissues and organs as a man of eighty years, while his other organs can be preserved as the man of forty, thirty, or even twenty years.

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