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Reverse aging telomeres What are telomeres ?

Reverse aging telomeres

What are telomeres ?

Telomeres are situated at the end of our chromosomes. They form caps at the end of the chromosomes which can be compared to an aglet (end of a shoe lace in metal or plastic ) an aglet keeps the fibres of the lace from unravelling. Therefore, telomeres are our guardian, protector. If we do not have the protection of our chromosomes our biological clock dies! In this article, I will share how we can lengthen telomeres for premature aging prevention or even reverse aging. Theory proven by Nobel price winner in medicine Elizabeth Blackburn and new research.

Bad news

Every time, a cell divides the telomeres sequentially shorten and eventually the cell dies. Recent studies have shown that our mental patterns damage our telomeres shortening them. Short telomeres bring premature aging, disease and  early death. The damage of telomeres is associated with anger, cynical hostility, mistrust, depression, anxiety and everything else associated with negativity.

Can we prevent telomeres from aging, dying and all disatvantages mentioned above?

According to Elizabeth Blackburn( Nobel prize winner in medicine) Elissa Epel (health psychologist) and new research they all  show that if you restore length to the short telomeres our cells stay youthful and we grow younger.

Tips to grow younger

  • eat foods high in vitamins and antioxidants
  • terminalia Chebula (herb)
  • blueberry
  • astragalus roots

  • rhodiola rosea (siberian herb) can significantly help improve the bodys’ response to stress, reduce cortisol hormones, stimulates neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin. Therefore improving moods and energy.

Suggestions to reduce negative mental pattern

The more you write down your conflicts, resistance, anxieties, procrastination and problems the less you will worry about them.

  • take a pen, sheet of paper and write down i.e 10 things.  what blocks do you think you have. Think about your spouse, friends, kids, parent, boss and so on…
  • eyes closed, yawn, slowly stretch head side to side
  • breathe in and out and ask your intuition “what is holding me back?”
  • listen deeply open your eyes and write down what is coming to your mind
  • gaze, meditate on your list and ask yourself, is it really my block? if your intuition says no cross it, if your intuition says yes do a circle
  • use your intuition, not your reason ask your intuition for a solution
  • if a solution comes within two minutes apply it, if not yawn and stretch your intuition will carry on working even if you do not realise it
  • each day invite your intuition to have conversation with you. Your inner voice is always there
  • only share with people that you trust

Using this method will make you worry less and you will solve your problems sooner than you imagined.   Praying for you  releasing and agreeing with you that you have all the faith and technique to work through your difficulties and turning them into victories for a better future, a better quality of life.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read this article. I am really grateful. Be blessed.

Nérine

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19281923

(anger, depression and anxiety)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8851276

(early death)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21974787

(hostility and disease stronger in men than in women)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20841557

(women tend to have less hostility but are more depressed)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24636503

(pessimism in men)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24636503

(rumination)

Nerine

22 Comments

  1. This is amazing information and to be honest, I had no idea. I have bookmarked your website! Thanks for this information and I hope to see more.

  2. Great post and I am excited to share it on social media to help others!

    If a person has had a lot of stress for a period of years, do more telomeres die faster? Is the resulting ‘aging’ permanent? I am looking forward to your answers.

    • It will remain permanent if they don’t do something about. New science shows that it can be reversed that is why I have given you few tips. Try them and let me know how you get on with it.

    • I am very pleased that you had a look at my website. You are right there is so much more to it.

  3. What a nice post you wrote! I really enjoyed reading it and I could not be silent about your post so I decided to leave my comment here and say Thank You! For sharing this quality post with others.
    Actually this is exactly the information that I was looking for information about telomeres and when I landed on your website and read this post, it answered all my questions in details.
    So I’m happy that you decided to write about this topic and share it with people. It’s very useful and can definitely be used as a great source for everyone who is interested in this topic.
    I will come back to your website again for sure and I’m looking forward to reading your new posts.)

    Thanks!

    • Thank you so much. I am so happy that you found it so useful. Looking forward to connect with you in the near future

  4. Merci pour ces précieux conseils. J’essaierai de les suivre. Je suis toujours étonnée de voir comment le mental influence notre santé mais j’en suis convaincue.

    • Merci beaucoup Marie,
      Je suis toujours très heureuse d’ajouter de la valeur dans la vie des autres!

  5. This is so interesting! I had honestly had no idea what telomeres were before reading this but now I am quite concerned about them LOL. It’s good to know that there are some things we can do to restore the length to them! Thanks for the great suggestions. I am definitely going to implement some of these into my daily routine!

    • Thank you so much Dan for visiting my website and making you smile. Please do implement some of these suggestions on your daily routine and see your telomeres being restored for a longer life!

  6. Telomeres are very interesting. Back in 1970, researchers discovered chromosomes could not completely replicate their ends. Between 1975 and 1977, Elizabeth Blackburn discovered the unusual nature of telomeres at chromosome ends. And for her research and contributions to the understanding of telomeres, she and two companions were awarded with the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
    I personally admire Elizabeth Helen Blackburn. She is an Australian-American who is the former President of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies.
    As you have stated, her research encourages us to reduce negative mental pattern to restore length to the short telomeres.

    • Thank you so much Mark for adding value to my post. Wishing you all the very best.

  7. Merci pour la transmission de savoir. Cet article est très intéressant et m’a appris de nouvelles informations indispensables. Je vais faire une recherche afin de trouver ces herbes sibériennes !

  8. Post molto interessante, grazie per i suggerimenti e per avermi fatto scoprire ancora una volta la bellezza del nostro universo interiore

    • Grazie Emilia, sono molto contenta che il mio articolo ti sia piaciuto

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