Worried about those wrinkles?
Wrinkles, gray hair, poor physical health are the manifestations of aging. But now clinical studies are suggesting that it is possible to reduce or even reverse the aging process and we're not talking about face crèmes or cosmetic surgeries.
Aging is defined as the process of becoming older, which involves a number of biological mechanisms that lead to deterioration of health - both cognitive and physical - over time.
Increasingly, studies have focused on strategies that could slow down or even revere aging at its core - the cellular processes that contribute to age-related diseases and changes in our physical appearance as we become older.
It is a fact that healthy aging and longevity is largely influenced by our environment like what we eat, how much we exercise, where we live and the compounds and toxins we are exposed to throughout our lifetime.
Oxidative stress and telomeres
Oxidative stress is a key player in the aging process. The reason why PEMF therapy is especially important is because at a certain age genetically-timed events trigger changes to our hormones and metabolism in our body and also to our DNA with the shortening of our Telomeres. They all accelerate the aging process in our bodies and promote physical and mental decline, decay and deterioration, making us more vulnerable to chronic diseases, pain, and weight gain as we grow older.
Our DNA accumulates damage from environmental exposures as we age. While cells are capable of repairing most of this damage, sometimes it is beyond repair.
This most often occurs as a result of oxidative stress, where the body does not possess enough antioxidants to fix the damage caused by free radicals - uncharged molecules that cause DNA damage.
The importance of the telomere length
The length of telomere is a very important factor in the aging process.
Telomeres naturally shorten as we age by reducing their length each time a cell divides. But when telomeres become too short, they are no longer able to protect the chromosomes, leaving them susceptible to damage which can lead to premature aging and disease development.
But now there is a way that could protect against oxidative stress to extend telomere length and avoid age-related diseases and the other effects of aging - using PEMF
Eradicating mitochondria to rejuvenate aging cells
Mitochondria are described as the "powerhouses" of cells, giving them the energy to function, but previous research has also associated mitochondria with oxidative stress.
Mitochondria also produce adenosine triphosphate, which is the molecule that transports chemical energy within cells. As we age, the capacity of mitochondria to generate energy slowly decreases.
Reversing brain aging
Oxidative stress is one of the biggest concerns by affecting our cognitive function.
Many people see a decline in cognitive skills as they age due to the fact that certain areas of the brain, especially those linked to learning and memory, shrink as we get older, and furthermore are interfering with the connections between nerve cells.
Alzheimer’s disease, which has affected more than 4 million adults by the age of 60 and older just in the US, is triggered by the build-up of plaques and tangles in the brain, rather than brain shrinkage.
Here are some advices in order to reduce the appearance of those dreaded wrinkles and brown spots:
- Protect your skin from too much sun: ultraviolet radiation damages the skin fibers over time, causing it to lose its elasticity
- Avoid smoking: smoking speeds up skin aging, causing wrinkles and a dull complexion
- Eat a healthy diet: consuming lots of sugar and other refined carbohydrates are accelerating premature skin aging
- Alcohol dehydrates the skin, causing damages over time
- Cleanse skin gently: scrubbing your skin can speed up skin aging; wash your skin gently to remove makeup and pollution
- Use facial moisturizer daily: moisturizer keeps the skin hydrated by trapping water inside, promoting a youthful appearance.
- Too much exposure to EMF: not only damages your skin cells but furthermore your brain cells.
Also, it's not all about reducing wrinkles and covering gray hair; getting older comes with a range of diseases that grow steadily more prevalent as we are aging.
“The main thing is not only to find ways to make people live longer but more important to increase health at the cellular and molecular levels in order not only to provide longer lasting beauty but to keep people in a healthy and pain free condition for their entire life span.”
Franz Zach, CEO of Sedona Wellness Ltd.
Even NASA found that the best results and greatest efficacy are coming from a variety Frequencies, intensities, and different PEMF waveforms. Basically all the frequencies, intensities and waveforms integrated in the Sedona Wellness PEMF products, produce maximum healing effects on the body
NASA also discovered that the use of varying Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields produce better healing and regeneration of damaged or diseased tissue, improved cellular voltage, accelerated cell growth, up-regulation of genes related to collagen production, cell rejuvenation and greater cell longevity.