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The present study builds on these studies and proposes a relationship among sleep pattern changes, perception of time as racing, and activity based on a Rogerian theory of aging.
The main line of thought behind the neuroendocrine theory of aging is that as we age, receptors in the body begin to ignore the effects of hormones and other messenger substances.
Indeed, one camp of researchers considers the mitochondrial theory of aging a spin-off of the free radical hypothesis.
Perricone, father of the "inflammation theory of aging," author of three #1 New York Times best-sellers (The Wrinkle Cure, The Perricone Prescription and The Perricone Promise) and CEO of the successful N.
The mitochondrial theory of aging has long helda prominent place in scientists' understanding ofthe processes that impact aging.
This study is very supportive of the free-radical theory of aging," Rabinovitch stated.
In fact, the drop in mitochondrial activity is the basis of the free radical or mitochondrial clock theory of aging.
He is investigating the theory of aging that says glucose attaches to certain proteins and alters their structure.
The oxidative stress theory of aging suggests that aging and the degenerative diseases associated with it may be attributed to the deleterious side effects of free radicals on cellular constituents.
Wikipedia explains that "a high antioxidant capacity is believed to play an important role in the free-radical theory of aging.
His developmental drift theory of aging has been published in the scientific journal Cell.
It remained a prominent theory of aging until recently, when comparisons across broad animal groups cast doubt on it.

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