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CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES

The cellular deterioration and its DISEASES can be grouped by systems:

Hormonal, Cardiovascular (heart and blood vessels), metabolic, digestive, nervous, immune (defenses), muscular and osseous.

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HORMONAL AGING: starting from the age of 30, women’s and men’s hormonal system begins to change, manifesting decrease in vitality, energy, sexual performance, memory, sleep, emotional stability and quality of life. Menopause and Andropause are hormonal changes that are frequently associated with deterioration in people’s life quality, bringing risks such as osteoporosis and metabolic diseases. Hypothyroidism has become more frequent; as well as changes in sexual and reproductive activity are an expression of cellular aging and the deterioration of hormones.

CARDIOVASCULAR AGING: it is the deterioration of the cells and the protective mechanisms of the circulation and the heart. The diseases that most frequently affect this axis are hypertension and dyslipidemia (high cholesterol).

METABOLIC AGING: damages the assimilation of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins, produces muscle loss and increases body fat; generates toxic refills and triggers diseases such as insulin resistance, overweight, diabetes type II, COPD, obesity and metabolic syndrome.

DIGESTIVE AGING: this important system leads to the appearance of diseases such as fatty liver disease and its progression to cirrhosis; Gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux and colon diseases affect the absorption of nutrients required by internal systems to function properly.

NEUROLOGICAL AGING: The neurological system can be affected by deposited toxic substances or residues of metabolism, inadequate nutrients, and genetic predispositions. It causes changes in memory processes, sleep, depression, moods and diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s,  Parkinson’s or Autism.

IMMUNE AGING: the aging immune system affects the ability to defend against microorganisms, but also the ability to regenerate the body. Some of the diseases of this system are Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis which are being diagnosed in young adults.

THE MUSCLES, BONES, AND JOINTS AGING: the muscular, osseous and joint systems depend on an adequate hormonal, metabolic, physical activity and nutrition balance, which protect us from diseases such as osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, and arthritis.