1. The Anti-Ageing Revolution

    Ageing starts off noticeably with significant changes to the human bodies, for example changes in metabolism and hormone production, decreased immunity against infections and diseases, skin deteriorations and appearance of wrinkles, distortions in sleep patterns, changes to bones, joints and muscles, changes in the reproductive systems of male and female, changes in lungs, kidneys and central nervous system etc. While ageing theorists normally believed it is a result of wear and tear of the body exposed to ultra-violet light over time and as a product of metabolic rates, the actual argument against the rationale behind human ageing is still unknown (Kapoor, Dureja & Chadha, 2009).


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