What Are The Signs Of Aging?

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Aging is the accumulation of changes in humans over time. Aging in humans refers to a multidimensional process of physical, psychological, and social changes. What this means is – that as the years go by, the human body¬†deteriorates¬†in health and capacity for strenuous activities. This process isn’t only about the bones and hair, it includes everything from skin, to even toe nails.

One should know the signs of aging to better assess how the years are treating their body. This helps you to choose skin care products and medicines meant specifically for your body type and age. While we advocate the use of Revitol Anti Aging Cream and Revitol Anti-Wrinkle Cream, we help you with information across a while range of topics and subjects enabling you to make an informed decision.

1. Muscle mass decreases this loss accelerates after age 45.. (muscle/weight/height Body Mass Index Increases)

2. Fat increases as a percentage of body weight.

3. Strength, energy and speed of the body decreases.

4. Base Metabolic Rate (metabolism) decreases.

5. Aerobic Capacity, the capacity to process oxygen, decreases. Red blood cells as a percentage of total blood volume decreases

6. LDL Cholesterol (“bad” cholesterol) and triglicerides increase, and HDL Cholesterol (“good” cholesterol) falls.

7. Blood pressure increases.

8. Bone mineral density decreases.

9. Density of calcium in circulatory system increases.

10. Kidney functions decrease.

11. Loss of neurons in the brain. This leads to Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Senile Dementia.

12. Growth Hormone secretion drops.

13. Testosterone in men, and estrogen and progesterone in women, drops.

14. Thyroid (a hormone which affects metabolism) drops.

15. Melatonine (a hormone which regulates the body clock) drops, DHEA (a hormone precursor to testosterone and estrogen) drops, EPO, (erythropoyetin, a hormone which stimulates the production of new red blood cells) drops, Good enzymes (Super Oxidase Dimutase, etc.) drops.

16. A bad enzyme, MAO-B increase in the brain. MAO-B destroys neurons that produce dopamine, which is a neuro-transmitter.

17. The thickness of skin decreases, resulting in more wrinkles.

18. Water proportion in the body and in the skin, drops. This results (among other things) in dryer skin, and more wrinkles.

19. Sense of hearing. taste, vision, drops.

20. The thymus gland, the master of the immune system, shrinks thus lessening our immune system.

21. Our liver, brain, and other critical organs shrink in size, thus affecting their functions.

22. The circulatory system deteriorates in length and width. In addition to cholesterol, they are clogged up with calcium, and veins and arteries have lost flexibility. This causes blood to circulate more slowly, and so less food, water, and oxygen get to all parts of the body, including the brain. This is a root cause of the loss of brain cells, and organ and gland atrophy.

23. The velocity of blood flow decreases.

24. Inflammation increases in our body.

25. “Deep sleep” becomes more scarce and less profound.

26. Digestion becomes slower and less complete.

27. The retina of the eye becomes thinner, in many cases detaching.

28. Micro-vessels in the eye pop, covering the retina, causing partial loss of vision, or complete blindness.

29. Night-vision decreases.

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