/A Closer Look At Anti-Aging Therapy

A Closer Look At Anti-Aging Therapy

Anti-aging therapy has been around for the past twenty years. But it was in the late 60s when a breakthrough in research proved that the human skin cells could extend beyond its lifespan. That’s when terms like health span came into the fore. So if we think about it, skincare treatments and beauty treatments are just part of the Science of anti-aging therapy. Wanting to look young is understandable. After all, what are we? We are youthful souls trapped in this evolving and aging body.

That is why it is only typical for some artists like Madonna to reinvent themselves. She proves that age is a number. It is all about the mind. When you think you are old inside, then it will reflect in your outward appearance and mannerisms. For example, if you believe that rock music is too loud, then it means you are getting old.

There are two ways to fight the aging process. One is artificial, and the other one is through natural means. We can’t deny that aggressive medical treatments are effective no matter how we look at it.

The Process

You can fight premature aging by sleeping. Another is through exercise and diet. Fit people are happier, and they are less likely to get angry. Uncontrolled anger can be a result of a mental disorder like depression. We fight this though the kind of food we eat. Exercise can also produce the ‘happy hormone’ preventing depression and other psychiatric disorders. Then there’s also the youthfulness of having toned muscles.

How It Works?

Stem cell, botox, and also taking supplements are the aggressive way to delay aging. So do anti-aging supplements work? Yes, they do as long as you take them according to doctor’s prescription.

David Berin is a graduate of Multi-Media Arts in the University of Caloocan and Laguna. He started working as a digital marketer in different media companies.