Reverse ageing is still a concept scientists want to explore

Reverse ageing

We as humans always dreamt of immortality, but it was for gods only. Our scriptures and religious beliefs always say that gods have everlasting life and we have an afterlife after our death.

The human of the 21st century and beyond might change the concept of gods and immortality pretty soon. For a long time scientists are researching to understand the core concept of the genome, ageing, and how the human body dies. 

We are still thinking immortality might be an option for humans very soon. Maybe in this decade.

The good news is that a group of scientists from Israel has managed to reverse the process of ageing in human cells. The adult blood cells that went through the experiment has shown growing younger.

This might be the first step to the human immortality concept and we have a breakthrough. A group of scientists of the Tel Aviv University and the Shamir Medical Center has confirmed their findings of reversing the ageing process in Aging magazine on 18 November 2020.

In the study, about 35 adult human beings who are more than 64 years old were given HBOT for 90 minutes a day, five times a week for three months.

The cells while treated with high-pressure oxygen in the pressure chamber showed the symptoms of halting the ageing process. Not only that, two major processes associated with ageing and illness seem to be reversed.

Ageing is a natural process and everything including us goes through it. Scientists are trying to reverse it. What do you think, when we are going to get it fully? how it will change politics, economics, and religion?

What do you think?

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