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Aging and active long healthy life in the context of chronobiology

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Abstract

The challenge of aging and supporting active long healthy life of a human is treated herein in the context of the chronobiological theory of bio-system stability. An increase in the energetic efficiency of the structural regulation in the feedback and adapting process of a bio-system results in a reduction of its homeostatic capacity and inhibition of its bio-rhythms. The occurrence of pathological desynchronoses provokes further escalation of elimination of some elements in the bio-system and finally aging of the latter. The paper offers description of internal and external causes of desynchronoses and some methods of their removal by normalization of hierarchy of bio-rhythm periods. Analyzed are conditions and ways of how to retard aging process and realize some methods of active long healthy life of a human.

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Sergey L. Zaguskin. Aging and active long healthy life in the context of chronobiology; Cardiometry; No.10 May 2017; p.44-54; DOI:10.12710/cardiometry.2017.10.4454; Available from: www.cardiometry.net/issues/no10-may-2017/active-long-healthy-life

Keywords

Aging,  Long life,  Chronobiology,  Biosystems,  Biorhythms,  Desynchronosis
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