What Happens To Our Body When We Age?

We all know what aging looks like, but how does it actually happen?

9 Hallmarks of Aging

The hallmarks of aging — Image credits: NCBI

Genomic instability

Telomere attrition

Telomeres protect the integrity of our genetic information — Image credits: Metabolic Medicine

Epigenetic alterations

Our cells all have the same DNA but specific cells have specific active and inactive sections of this same DNA

Loss of proteostasis

Deregulated nutrient sensing

Mitochondrial dysfunction

Mitochondrial structure — Image credits: National Human Resource Genome Institute

Cellular senescence

Stem cell exhaustion

Altered intercellular communication

In our body, we have about 30,000,000,000,000 cells — Image credits: Healthline

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