Jobs Scan

Jobs Scan

Rejuvenation………. Life extension strategies AFFECT OF AGING ON HUMAN ORGANS

Rejuvenation is distinct from life extension. Life extension strategies often study the causes of aging and try to oppose those causes in order to slow aging.

Rejuvenation is the reversal of aging and thus requires a different strategy, namely repair of the damage that is associated with aging or replacement of damaged tissue with new tissue. Rejuvenation can be a means of life extension, but most life extension strategies do not involve rejuvenation.

Various myths tell the stories about the guest for rejuvenation. It was believed that magic or innervations supernatural power can be back the youth and many mythical advantages set out a journey to do that, for themselves, their relatives or some authority that sent them.





Decreased peripheral vision

Decreased night vision

Decreased capacity to distinguish color

Reduced lubrication resulting in dry, itchy eyes 


Sensitivity to loud noises

Difficulty locating sound

More prone to wax build up that can affect hearing


Decreased taste buds and secretions  

Decreased sensitivity to smell


Decrease in moisture and elasticity

More fragile- tears easily 

Decrease in subcutaneous fat 

Decrease in sweat glands -less ability to adjust body temperature.


Decrease in ability to adapt to stress

Decrease in metabolic rate

Decrease in thyroid-gland related to calcium absorption and energy level


Bladder atrophy- inability to hold bladder for long periods 

Constipation can become a concern because of slower metabolism

Men can develop prostate problems causing frequent need to urinate


There have been many experiments which have been shown to increase the maximum life span of laboratory animals, thereby achieving life extension.

We can put our effort in home by following Green remedies…….


Kiwi The strong antioxidant compounds in this little green fruit firm the skin and delay the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. This is mostly due to their high Vitamin C and E content which help reduce skin damage due to free radicals.
Pomegranate Pomegranate is a rich source of riboflavin, phosphorus and other vitamins and minerals that will promote beautiful skin by increasing its collagen. Collagen is what gives the skin its firmness and elasticity. 
Watermelon   Due to its high content of minerals,    vitamins and antioxidants, watermelon is another delicious way to keep your skin nourished and prevent wrinkles or skin discoloration that comes with aging skin
Avocado Avocado is rich in Vitamin E and the B-complex vitamins, both wonderfully nourishing for your skin while the potassium it contains help keep it moisturized and hydrated. It also contains a compound called glutathione, which assists in the anti-aging process.
Mangosteen Mangosteen is a rich source of antioxidants like catechin, which again will help fight skin cell damage from free radicals while its high levels of Vitamin C will promote skin that is smooth and glowing
Papaya Whether eaten or used topically, papaya can work wonders on your skin. It is a natural complexion toner and fights the formation of wrinkles while its Vitamins A, C and E will nourish the skin.
Apple Applied topically, apple residue is great for the skin: its enzymatic actions help the skin to retain healthy water levels and keeps it fresh and healthy; apple cider vinegar as well makes an excellent natural toner.


Banana Youthful elasticity of the skin will be greatly helped by the high levels of Vitamin C and B-6, while its manganese and antioxidant contents prevent premature aging. It is also a wonderful natural moisturizer for the skin if applied topically.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: