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More breathing – longer telomeres

In Sanskrit, the word Prana means breath, vital force, and spirit. It has long been known that as we age, our capacity to breath (and therefore move oxygen, CO2, and stressful thought) diminishes. That is why it has been a key measured biomarker of aging in our Patton Protocol patients taking TA-65.

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Longer sleep – longer telomeres

In keeping with the findings that healthy behaviors are good for you because they impact your telomeres, we now add sleep to the list of such behaviors that includes exercise, Mediterranean Diet, and meditation:

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Exercise helps maintain telomeres

In this 2008 study of twins, British researchers looked at 52 pairs of identical and 15 pairs of fraternal twins and concluded that exercise, even after controlling for confounding variables of age, BMI, smoking, year of sampling, and socioeconomic status, was associated with telomere length preservation. The effect was 6 years of length for 100 minutes a week and 9 years of advantage for 3 hrs or more.

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