Anti-aging using stem cell therapy

Anti-aging using stem cell therapy

As we age, our cells mutate, become damaged, become sick, and die. When a cell dies, it creates a cascade of events leading to inflammation and disease that can shorten a person’s lifespan.

With our current knowledge of stem cells, we will be able to use therapies and interventions that significantly slow down aging.

Many environmental factors accelerate aging, such as stress, pollution, lifestyle, injury, illness, and exposure to toxins. A recently published study looked at the evidence that slowing and reversing cell aging is possible. Epigenetic (non-genetic influences on gene expression) changes lead to aging, and their elimination increases life expectancy. Epigenetic control of gene expression occurs through chemical modification of DNA. By choosing an active lifestyle and reducing harmful environmental factors, aging can be slightly slowed down.

How can stem cells treat aging?
Stem cells act as the body’s repair system, rejuvenating and replacing aging cells to maintain health. Umbilical cord tissue derived mesenchymal stem cells are the youngest and brightest adult mesenchymal cells.

The donated umbilical cord is carefully screened for infectious agents and medical history. According to the American laboratory of stem cells Vitro Biopharma, umbilical cord stem cells in activity, migration and differentiation are significantly superior to other mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) obtained from bone marrow, fat and other sources. They also have numerous anti-inflammatory effects, migrating to sites of injury and disease.

How does stem cell therapy reduce inflammation at the cellular level?
Mesenchymal stem cells can influence the processes of leukocytes. A macrophage is a large white blood cell that is an integral part of our immune system. Macrophages are a type of blood cell that removes infectious agents and dead cells from the blood that can cause inflammation (M1) and reduce inflammation (M2).

M1 macrophages are associated with accelerated aging and M2 macrophages are associated with anti-aging effects. Mesenchymal stem cells shift macrophages M1 to M2. Thus, they give the human body more tools to combat the natural aging process by significantly reducing inflammation.

Can stem cells support mitochondrial health?
Umbilical cord tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells also support the health of mitochondria (the powerhouse of the cell) through intercellular communication through tunneling nanotubes. This system determines the mitochondrial status of the patient’s cells and physically transfers mitochondria from stem cells to unhealthy cells.

Stem cells promote the expression of the anti-aging gene SIRT-1 200-300 times, which leads to prolongation of life, also increases the expression of genes involved in stem cell differentiation, migration and production of stress-responsive proteins that provide cellular protection.

Stem cells against aging, how do our cells age?
Aging is a complex natural process; the impact of environmental factors, genetics and everyday wear and tear on the body ultimately affects the body in many different ways. It is this result of life that can bring inevitable health problems. Over time, our body cells age, just like us, which leads to their inability to reproduce; they get damaged and die. The loss of effective cell replication is what causes our bodies to age.

What are the 10 Signs of Aging?
Some of the more common signs of aging are:

Visual impairment
Hearing impairment
Loss of strength in muscles
Loss of bone density
Decreased function of the immune system
Decreased cognitive ability
Less efficient metabolism.
Loss of energy
Hair loss
Decreased balance and general mobility

Anti-aging stem cell therapy
Cell aging can contribute to disease. Thus, if cell aging can be prevented, slowed down, or even reversed, many diseases can be better controlled. Stem cells can slow this process down and fight certain age-related diseases.

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How do stem cells slow down the aging process?
With stem cell therapy, you replenish your supply of stem cells to allow your body to repair and rejuvenate all of your body’s organs.

Stem cells have unique factors that help fight aging by helping our body to regenerate cellular tissues, such as:


This advanced therapy can repair tissue damaged by stress, trauma and environmental factors.

What is stem cell therapy?

During stem cell treatment, the patient receives about 100-150 million stem cells. These stem cells are harvested from umbilical cord samples, each of which undergoes extensive analysis to ensure sterility and viability (percentage of living cells).

Stem cells are stored in cryogenic form (below 100 degrees below zero). During intravenous administration, cells are thawed to body temperature in a sterile laboratory and injected within a few hours by our highly trained doctors.

A large number of 100 million or more cells not only covers daily losses that have gradually occurred over many years, but also compensate for the loss of cells a thousand times.

Stem cell transplantation is aimed at replenishing the practically lost stock of stem cells over the past 15-20 years. After such a significant renewal of cells, the organs of the body are rejuvenated and renewed.

Patients undergoing stem cell therapy to combat aging can usually expect:

Feeling of vitality and rejuvenation
Increased ability to be physically active
Thickening and improving hair quality
Increased libido
Reducing pain
Increased vitality
Increased immunity
Overall improvement in quality of life‍

Can Stem Cells Cure Aging?
With our current knowledge of stem cells, it is technically possible to slow down aging and improve both health and longevity. Stem cells can play a crucial role in slowing down the aging process. Stem cells combined with anti-aging genes can create a complex shield that can prevent the effects of aging.

Increased wear and tear on the body’s natural stem cells increases cell damage and accelerates the natural aging process. Stem cells combined with anti-aging genes have the potential to absorb the cellular aging process. The introduction of “young” stem cells into the human body can rejuvenate existing cells and allow the body to age more gracefully and even reverse some of the effects of the aging process.

What is stem cell rejuvenation?
Stem cell rejuvenation is a type of therapy used to combat the effects of the natural aging process. A large number of young stem cells are injected into the patient intravenously. They are designed to replace existing “old” cells, thereby allowing the body to work efficiently, healing itself and reducing inflammation.

So can aging be cured?
There is not enough clinical evidence to say whether stem cells can completely heal aging. However, you can significantly slow down the aging process by following the above considerations.

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