Anti-aging effect through biophotons
Age becomes noticeable through various changes, the most well-known being gray hair, the first wrinkles and age spots. But diabetes, porous bones and narrowed blood vessels (arteriosclerosis) are also clear signs of the advancing aging process. Various environmental influences, stress factors and free radicals are responsible for this. As byproducts of normal metabolic functions, these oxygen molecules generate oxidative stress, thereby accelerating aging.
However, such processes can be effectively counteracted by activating biophoton emission. Free radicals are eliminated, the body's regeneration is supported and the immune system is efficiently strengthened. This creates a true anti-aging effect.
But which processes are actually responsible for the aging of our body, and how can we best counteract these? We have summarized the details for you...
The biological aging process – how do we age?
Aging is an irreversible biological process that involves many regression processes in the organism. This means that the functions of our organs are becoming increasingly restricted and therefore less efficient. Apart from that, the aging process is neither a uniform process nor can it be determined by specific numbers - it depends on a number of specific, interlocking influencing factors.
The most important aspects of aging are:
- Less firm, but wrinkled skin, possibly with age spots
- porous bones and drying cartilage tissue as well as the resulting signs of wear and tear on the joints, dwindling muscle strength and rheumatic diseases
- narrowed blood vessels (arteriosclerosis)
- decreasing performance of the sensory organs
- increased risk of diseases (Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, diabetes, cataracts, ...)
These factors accelerate the aging process
As life experience increases, the performance of organs and body functions decreases. The reason for this is the degeneration of the cells, caused by changes in metabolism.
These in turn are controlled by genetic information in the cell nucleus. The aging process sometimes depends very much on genetic factors.
In addition, external environmental influences and (body's own) stress factors also influence the complex process of aging.
Acquired immune deficiency: Acquired immune deficiency occurs due to congenital diseases, the treatment of which requires immunosuppressive therapy. This weakens the immune system and limits its performance. The causes of an acquired immune deficiency can therefore be very different.
Counteract aging processes through biophoton therapy
Biophoton therapy has holistically positive effects on the immune system, metabolic processes and cell health and can therefore sustainably slow down aging processes. In TERRA Medico's health products, the integrated grounding also ensures the neutralization of free radicals.
The TERRA Medico regeneration system
Through the biophoton regeneration system TERRA Medico stimulates the biophotons in the cell nucleus and starts their emission. This process promotes the regeneration of body and mind as well as the strengthening of the immune system and the healthy functioning of all metabolic processes. The integrated grounding also neutralizes free radicals in the body and counteracts oxidative stress. This means that stress-related aging processes are sustainably curbed.
The TERRA Medico regeneration system can also be tested at will in the anti-stress rooms of selected partner hotels. In combination with the certified therapy pad, it has a holistic effect on the organism and effectively contributes to comprehensive health care.