Tell LZ*, Dalenov ED and Mausumbaeva RM
Center for Active Longevity, Research Institute of Preventive Medicine NJSC, Astana, Institute Essential Natural, US, Kazakhstan
*Corresponding Author: Tell LZ, Center for Active Longevity, Research Institute of Preventive Medicine NJSC, Astana, Institute Essential Natural, US, Kazakhstan.
Received: November 04, 2022; Published: November 10, 2022
In recent years, the medicine of industrialized countries has faced both an increase in life expectancy and a progressive increase in diseases of middle and old age: atherosclerosis and its complications, cancer, obesity, diabetes mellitus of the second type, hypertension, age-related immunodeficiency, mental depression of the elderly, osteoporosis, etc., non-infectious having a single endocrine-metabolic pathogenesis. Now we need a modern therapeutic and prophylactic ideology and, possibly, a drug base, on the basis of which it is possible to create methods of anti-aging and restorative geriatrics. In the body of higher mammals and humans, there is a neuro-endocrine-metabolic mechanism of general regeneration with cascading amplification and negative feedback. This is the essence of the processes of anti-aging. We have found that the most important thing is good proper sleep, proper nutrition and optimal stress effects: optimal physical activity, cold exposure - breathing and dousing, periodic fasting. Analysis of primary and repeated medical examinations revealed that it is of great importance to prevent premature aging to maintain a stable habit of systematic physical activity and a culture of proper nutrition, which reduces the deficiency of vitamins, minerals through the preventive intake of biologically active foods. In the process of training, motivation for health activities increases with the transformation of the goal of strengthening one's health into a comprehensive the motive is to promote health.
Keywords: Hypertension; Longevity; Cancer
Citation: Tell LZ., et al. “Aging - Determinants that Determine Active Longevity”.Acta Scientific Medical Sciences 6.12 (2022): 10-14.
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