A Users Guide To Immortality


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A Users Guide To Immortality

  1. 1. A Users Guide To Immortality: We Discuss Effective Interventions Which ProlongHealthy And Productive Lifespans: http://tinyurl.com/a49wuzmEnquiry into the evolution of aging aims to explain why almost all living thingsweaken and die with age. There is not yet agreement in the scientific communityon a single answer. The evolutionary origin of senescence remains a fundamentalunsolved problem in biology.Historically, aging was first likened to "wear and tear": living bodies getweaker just as with use a knifes edge becomes dulled or with exposure to airand moisture iron objects rust. But this idea was discredited in the 19thcentury when the second law of thermodynamics was formalized.Entropy (disorder) must increase inevitably within a closed system , but livingbeings are not closed systems . It is a defining feature of life that it takesin free energy from the environment and unloads its entropy as waste.Living systems can even build themselves up from seed, and routinely repairthemselves. There is no thermodynamic necessity for senescence. In addition,generic damage or "wear and tear" theories could not explain why biologicallysimilar organisms (e.g. mammals ) exhibited such dramatically different lifespans.Furthermore, this initial theory failed to explain why most organisms maintainthemselves so efficiently until adulthood and then, after reproductive maturity,begin to succumb to age-related damage.Aging has been slowed and healthy lifespan prolonged in many disparate animalmodels (C. elegans, Drosophila, Ames dwarf mice, etc.). Thus, assuming there arecommon fundamental mechanisms, it should also be possible to slow aging inhumans.Greater knowledge about aging should bring better management of the debilitatingpathologies associated with aging, such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, typeII diabetes, and Alzheimers. Therapies targeted at the fundamental mechanismsof aging will be instrumental in counteracting these age-related pathologies.Eliminating Cancer With NanotechnologyTherefore, this blog is a call to action for greater funding and research intoboth the underlying mechanisms of aging and methods for its postponement. Suchresearch may yield dividends far greater than equal efforts to combat the age-related diseases themselves.Personalized Medicine Drugs Tailored To Your Genetic MakeupPersonalized Medicine: Using an individuals own genetic information to guidebetter treatment and prevention of diseases is one of the most talked-aboutareas in healthcare. To understand how personalized medicine may play out in Dr.Antonei B. Csokareal life, consider a frequent traveler whose business takes himor her to Asia, South America or Africa. In all of those places, mosquitoesspread dengue fever a rapidly-growing, infectious tropical disease for whichthere is no vaccine.People who contract dengue fever can have a wide range of reactions. A fortunatefew develop no symptoms at all. Others experience a week of flu-likesymptoms high fever, vomiting, headaches, muscle pain or a measles-like rash.However, a small number of people develop a life-threatening variety known asdengue hemorrhagic fever. Diagnosing and treating the disease quickly,especially the more severe variety, has always been challenging for doctors.Transending Human CapabilitiesTranshumanism is an international intellectual and cultural movement that
  2. 2. affirms the possibility and desirability of fundamentally transforming the humancondition by developing and making widely available technologies to eliminateaging and to greatly enhance human intellectual, physical, and psychologicalcapacities. Transhumanist thinkers study the potential benefits and dangers ofemerging technologies that could overcome fundamental human limitations, as wellas study the ethical matters involved in developing and using such technologies.They predict that human beings may eventually be able to transform themselvesinto beings with such greatly expanded abilities as to merit the label"posthuman".Bone Marrow Stem CellsYou have within you a powerful set of tools to repair your body and keep youhealthy. The future of medicine is NOT better drugs but better use andapplication of your bodys own stem cells . As of now stem cell -rich tissue canbe extracted from your hip with virtually no discomfort and used to help restoreyour body. This opens up an exciting new horizon in terms of preventing andtreating disease and tackling the symptoms of aging   if not aging itself.Already, patients are returning to Dr. Steenblock for additional bone marrowtreatments because they are seeing that their gray or white hair is turning backto its original color. Their skin not infrequently looks younger too and theyreport having more energy and less arthritic aches and pains!In regard to its anti-aging effects, the bone marrow contains primitiveprogenitor cells that are associated with the early development of the fetus.These primitive cells reside dormant deep inside your bones and sport a geneticprofile from your early development. When these primitive cells are releasedinto your system, there can be a revitalization of your body thatphysiologically  sets the clock back  in-a-way. Several patients havereported that the bone marrow transplants have also improved their sexualperformance. This side effect is thought to be the result of stem and progenitorcells repairing sex organs as well as other tissues.