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.
Offered is an overview of the author's papers in exploring an interface between biological rhythms of energy, function and biosynthesis in a nerve cell of a crayfish stretch receptor. Parameters of mitochondrion aggregation rhythms integrally determine the energy metabolism in the cell.
An overview of the author’s original works dedicated to the hierarchy of biological rhythms, chronodiagnostics and bio-controlled chronophysiotherapy is presented herein. Stability of biosystems is based on harmony of discrete spectra of their biological rhythms with a spectrum of normal cosmoheliogeophysical rhythms.