If you want to live a better quality and longer life a good starting point is to ‘re-tune’ . . .
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How do you live a better quality and longer life – a simple explanation . . .
Emotional tuning may be the key:
Let us first take a little Biology lesson:
The cells of a physical being grow, duplicate and further develop. They then endure and buffer themselves against what life throws at them. The more protected and nurtured they are, the greater the quality of their life and the longer the length of their life.
Organs are made up of multiple cells that have different roles. Furthermore, each individual cell within the organ has more than one life cycle. This means it may renew itself after the first life has ended. Their may be 7 – 9 life cycles for cells and organs before they finally stop renewing and die.
Cell and organ death:
When a cell has a high quality life then it lasts longer before it needs to be renewed. Furthermore, when it renews itself, the quality of the next life is determined by the quality of the previous life. This means that new cells that are renewed from bad cells start their life with problems; and life is going to need retuning in order to improve. Without retuning each renewal will be worse and shorter than the previous one.
Cell renewal and cell death:
The natural process that cells go through to renew damaged and dead cells is called autophagy. When autophagy is functioning at 100% then bad cells do not remain in the body to become toxic and inflammation is minimised. Furthermore, new cells are produced in a healthy state.
The natural process that cells go through when they end a cell life is called apoptosis. Cells prefer to be renewed via autophagy – then be ended by apoptosis.
For further details on the relationship between autophagy and apoptosis please click here.
Any well-being programme that takes into consideration the optimising functionality of autophagy is worth considering. (VFP#1 – LiCrON / Regeneration is such a programme).
A telomere is a region of repetitive nucleotide sequences at each end of a chromosome, which protects the end of the chromosome from deterioration or from fusion with neighboring chromosomes. It is often likened to the plastic end of a shoe lace!
The three main purposes of telomeres are as follows:
- They help arrange each of the 46 chromosomes present in the nucleus of the cell
- They form a protective cap at the ends of chromosomes
- They ensure correct replication of chromosomes during cell division
Every time a cell divides, chromosomes become shorter. Since the ends of the chromosomes are protected by telomeres, the only part of the chromosome that loses bases (about 25 to 200) is the end of the telomere and the rest of the DNA is left undamaged. Without the telomeres, important parts of the chromosome would be lost every time a cell undergoes DNA replication, which is generally around 50 to 70 times. The stretch of DNA that is essential for life would get shorter with each cell division.
Without telomeres, the ends of chromosomes could start fusing together, which would damage the DNA and cause cell death or malfunction and cancer. Since broken DNA is damaging, cells need to be able to sense and repair this damage. If chromosomes did not have telomeres, they would look like broken DNA and the cell would attempt to repair it unnecessarily. This would also cause cells to stop dividing and then cell death.
Telomeres affect how our cells age. Once they lose a certain number of bases and become too short, the cell can no longer divide and can’t be replicated.
Telomere integrity and the elderly:
Evidence suggests that telomere length can be used as an indicator of predicted lifespan. In newborns, white blood cells have telomeres ranging from 8,000 to 13,000 base pairs in length, as compared with 3,000 in adults and only 1,500 in the elderly. After the newborn phase, the number of base pairs tends to decline by approximately 20 to 40 per year. For example, by time a person reaches the age of 40, their telomeres could have lost up to 1,600 base pairs.
Stress, social interaction and telomeres:
Telomeres have been reported to be shorter in individuals exposed to psychosocial stress and in those with depression. (*1)
Certain types of stress affect telomere integrity more than others (*2)
Trauma from war or domestic abuse significantly impact on the integrity of telomeres (*3)
Telomerase is the most important regulator of telomere length, offsetting or delaying telomere shortening during cell division to maintain the integrity of the genome.
So what can you do to live a better quality and longer life?
(*1) – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28704801
(*2) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcmzwo5i3UE
(*3) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wseM6wWd74&t=10s
(*4) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DV3XjqW_xgU&t=67s
Marcus P Diddly Dacious (The Enlightened One) is focused on supporting others to receive self-enlightenment.