DEPRESSION INCREASES PREMATURE AGING, LOOK HERE WHY

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At some point in our lives, it may turn out that we have fallen into some kind of depression. And I say “some type” because there are degrees that can be moderate, severe, or first symptoms of depression. Although many are unaware of this disease to some extent, it should be taken into account when identifying some of the symptoms. Since if it is a disease, it can lead to serious consequences. Like suicide.

That is why it is important to recognize the symptoms caused by this condition.

  • Irritable or low mood most of the time.
  • Difficulty falling asleep or excess sleep.
  • Large change in appetite, often with weight gain or loss.
  • Tiredness and lack of energy.
  • Feelings of worthlessness, self-hatred and guilt.
  • Difficult to focus.
  • Slow or fast movements.
  • Inactivity and withdrawal from usual activities.
  • Feelings of hopelessness or abandonment.
  • Repetitive thoughts of death or suicide.
  • Loss of pleasure in activities that usually make you happy, including sexual activity.

Depression not only affects social and family life. But it also affects on a more cellular level.

In a new study carried out, it was found that people who have depressive disorders are biologically older than people who do not have depression. And that childhood trauma exacerbates this effect.

In the American Journal of Psychiatry, it has been published that depression can also result in premature aging. Scientists at the University of Amsterdam Medical Center studied the DNA structure of people with depression and made an intriguing discovery.

The DNA of people with depression is on average 8 months older than people who do not have this disease. And this is in a kind of moderate depression. In the case of severe depression, the biological age of the people was between 10 and 15 years older than the chronological age.

This premature aging effect was even more significant in people who had adverse experiences during childhood. Such as violence, trauma, neglect, or abuse. To arrive at these results, the experts examined the DNA of 811 people with depression and 319 without it. Using blood samples, the researchers examined the change in the participants’ DNA with age. The result was that epigenetic changes occurred more quickly in people with depression.

Epigenetics is the study that examines changes in gene expression that do not affect the DNA sequence. Such changes occur as a result of factors. Including the environment and of course, the lifestyle as I mentioned in my previous post.

One of the mechanisms by which the epigenetic change occurs is called DNA meditation. That is when a methyl group is transferred and added to DNA.

In general, the specialists saw that people with depression had a degree of methylation and epigenetic change that indicated that they were of an older age. Therefore, suffering from this disease significantly affects cellular and DNA aging.

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Although it is more practical to take a pill than to prepare a natural remedy, it definitely brings fewer side effects. This time, I will talk to you about plants with anti-inflammatory properties that can help us soothe the skin discomfort that most skin conditions cause.

  1. Devil’s Claw (Harpagophytum procumbent)
    This plant comes from the south of the African continent. And it is very traditionally used to relieve pain. Studies indicate that in addition to having anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, this plant is also effective in treating the pain associated with osteoarthritis, low back pain, and rheumatic diseases.
  2. Cat’s claw (Uncaria storms)
    It is a species that comes from the Amazon. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant functions and stimulates the immune system.
  3. Turmeric
    A much-loved plant in India. Cumin provides anti-inflammatory action.
  4. Ginger
    Although it is spicy, it is mostly used to relieve nausea and vomiting. And of course, it has anti-inflammatory properties.
  5. Eucalyptus
    A tree is widely used in these times. Its anti-inflammatory function is so powerful that it is currently being used to alleviate the symptoms of Covid-19.

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But just as there are mild cases, there are also those that are more serious. In fact, allergic eczema is associated with this condition. And although a cure for ichthyosis has not yet been found, there are treatments that can control the disease. Ichthyosis slows down the natural shedding process of the skin. This causes an excessive and chronic accumulation of protein in the upper layer of the skin (keratin).

Symptoms are usually:

  • Small scales.
  • Flaky and dry skin
  • Scaly scalp.
  • Deep and painful cracks in the skin.
  • White, gray, or brown scales.

Generally, the scales appear in the elbow area and on the lower part of the legs. If you suspect that you may have this disorder, talk to your doctor or a dermatologist. 6 Ichthyosis Vulgaris appears due to a genetic mutation that is inherited from both parents. In the case of inheriting a part, children usually have a mild case of ichthyosis. If it ever develops.

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As science becomes more entrenched in society, new terms appear. Some are not always used as they should. Others are oversimplified. Nobody said science was simple. And between the line of misuse and the line of oversimplification lies gray and complicated terrain. This is where we find autophagy. As used today, in many nutritional and health circles.

Autophagy is one of the cellular mechanisms studied in biology due to its importance. More recently, the intimate relationship it has with aging has been proven. The tissue accumulates cellular debris and dysfunctional structures as time passes. When autophagy begins to fail, this build-up becomes increasingly complicated and detrimental to the overall health of the tissue.

On the other hand, autophagy is one of the vital points of homeostasis. The set of physiological rules that keep us from dying, basically. This process is fundamentally involved in cell growth. In short, it is essential in the metabolism of our cells and is closely related to many diseases.

Like all biological processes, autophagy is complex. It occurs naturally in finely regulated circumstances. Researchers say that the relationship between autophagy and diseases associated with aging is enormous. So if we increase autophagy, we will reduce the negative effects of the diseases of old age.

The main benefits associated with autophagy are neuroprotection, prevention against metabolic problems related to fats and proteins, and aging. Investigated from Sorbonne, France, they revealed a more than legitimate doubt. What comes first, the cell problem or the disease? Lack of health has a direct effect on the appearance of a lot of cellular debris. Can we assume that eliminating them will improve our health? We do not know.

It is known for a fact that autophagy with a gene mutation works in mice. But from the murine to the human model there is a fairly long stretch. Biology has never been easy and from a laboratory result to a clinical result there is a path full of false steps. Still, dozens of companies and labs have been racing to find anti-aging drugs that control autophagy.

There is a very interesting relationship on which we can walk with more security. He spoke of fasting. This nutritional pattern activates autophagy in various tissues and situations. According to the scientific literature, the stress produced by fasting and caloric restriction induces autophagy.

This mechanism could be the one behind another known fact. Fasting is beneficial for health. Temporary caloric restriction helps reduce risk factors for various diseases such as metabolic syndrome. Cardiovascular diseases and cancer.

Benefits have also been found against neurodegenerative diseases. Reducing the eating time, and spacing between meals helps to reduce body fat and increase the amount of lean mass or improve neuroplasticity. I can go on and on but the conclusion would be the same. We still don’t know for sure what role autophagy plays in all of this. It may be a direct cause, it may be part of the positive outcome we are talking about, or it may have nothing to do with it.

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An investigation carried out mentions that molecular parasites are also behind old age. Molecular parasites are a DNA sequences that can be mobilized within a genome. They are found within all living organisms and are a source of mutation. Molecular parasites have co-evolved with their host genomes. But when they move, they drag part of that host DNA. This is why they are called molecular parasites.

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As time passes, retrotransposable elements become more active in somatic tissues. The body uses cellular mechanisms to suppress its activity. Aging cells lose their efficiency and ability to control retrotransposon activity. People with Alzheimer’s, for example, have more neuronal damage. Molecular parasites take advantage of this to lodge in brain tissue and further aggravate symptoms. Cellular parasites not only affect or affect brain cells that are already damaged. But they also act like viruses.

Let’s assume a case of HIV. Molecular parasites use a retrotransposition method. In other words, they move from one side to another making a copy-paste that involves the RNA, in order to insert themselves into the genome and then allow the “host” cell to replicate it.

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Let’s look at the nutritional value for every 100 grams of fresh leaves.

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  • Carbohydrates 13.4 g.
  • Lipids 1.7 g.
  • Humidity 75 g.
  • Fiber 0.9 g.
  • Calcium 0.44 g.
  • Phosphorus 0.07 g.
  • Potassium 0.259 g.
  • Iron 0.007 g.
  • Magnesium 0.024 g.
  • Vitamin C 220 mg.
  • Vitamin A 3.39 mg.
  • Vitamin B1 0.21 mg.
  • Vitamin B2 0.05 mg.

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Inflammaging is a mild but persistent chronic inflammation. That it lacks visible symptoms, but that it produces systemic effects in the organism. Among the effects of chronic inflammation is the acceleration of all the aging processes of the skin. Claudio Franceschi, a researcher on the mechanisms of aging at the University of Bologna. He carried out a series of studies on the evolution of immune mechanisms and stress in invertebrates and mammals.

The numerous studies devoted to the theory of inflammaging have opened a new perspective on aging. Being closely related to chronic disease. This type of inflammation represents a defense function that the body temporarily activates to combat situations where it feels in danger. These situations can be caused by external pathogens or traumatic events.

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That is why clover is called the woman’s plant because it mainly relieves the symptoms of menopause. The next time you see a clover, even if it isn’t four-leaf, consider yourself lucky.

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The skin is the largest organ we have. It is not that it is the most important because all are important, but it is the one that receives the most damage directly from the outside. So why not give it that care it deserves.

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    2. Yogurt Mask

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    3. Green Tea Mask

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    4. Pomegranate extract

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    Use the pomegranate extract as a dietary supplement, or simply crush the grains of the pomegranate and spread it all over your face for about 15 minutes. Then rinse with cold water.

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