What is anti-ageing medecine ?
"Anti-age solutions" concept
"Anti-age solutions" follow-up
products used within anti-age therapy have partly anti-oxidizing,
anti-carcinogenic, de-poisoning and protective characteristics.
Their protective functions are numerous and act upon many tissues
you have to know that hormones regulate almost everything in
our organism and that a body without strict hormonal control
would produce a little of everything (fats, proteins, bones,
heat, energy, etc) and this to any moment till complete exhaustion.
Useless then to precise that they play an essential role in
our organism and that they are in a way "the clock" of our metabolism.
Here follow the hormones used within the anti-age programme
and the domains in which they have an action:
- Growth hormone (HGH)
This mainly acts upon the muscle mass development, favours the
reduction of fat mass, helps the skin to tone up and increases
endurance and energy. It also protects from anxiety.
This substance is produced by our suprarenal glands. It is the
basic element for the production of other hormones, as for instance
oestrogens and testosterone. It has a positive effect upon vitality,
arteriosclerosis, senile diabetes, senile dementia, obesity,
cardiovascular diseases, memory and skin ageing.
largest part of oestradiol is produced by ovaries. This hormone
has an influence upon menopause trouble, skin ageing and osteoporosis.
It acts positively on psychic stabilization and intellectual
This hormone is mainly produced by ovaries for women and in
small quantities by testicles for men. It acts positively upon
cardiovascular trouble, osteoporosis and menopause trouble.
This hormone guarantees psychic equilibrium and serenity to
This allows to regulate the waking / sleeping rhythm, protects
the immune system against free radicals, lowers blood pressure
and relaxes muscles.
This is produced by the external part of suprarenal glands and
by the brain. It stimulates memory, favours concentration, fights
against depression and calms down inflammatory rheumatism. This
is of course only an overview of the hormones that govern our
body: it would be much too long and fastidious to make an exhaustive
list. Others exist that are important also.