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Can We Really Live Up to 150 Years? (Research Analysis)

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  • For instance, scientists aim to create a human artificial chromosome and insert it in our cells to slow down the aging process.
  • To sum up, as we age, the body’s ability to return blood cells or reach a stable level after a disorder significantly reduces.
  • So, is there any possibility to have a supercentenarian with the age of 150 in the near future.

Longevity is the human age longer than average. Today, more than 90 years old people are considered long-lived. Longevity is a physiological result of aging, which is characterized by fewer metabolic and functional changes in the body, better adaptive capabilities, and adaptive mechanisms. Longevity depends on human inheritance, social, and economic conditions, psychological, spiritual, and environmental factors, lifestyle, eating habits, and movement.

Having reached deep old age, long-lived people do not lose their physical and mental capacity, have a good memory, are interested in the environment, usually have a positive attitude, and rarely get sick. Today, scientists try to find a cure to prolong average human life expectancy and slow down the aging process.

So, will it be possible to live more than 90 years? Moreover, the ScientificAmerican.com science magazine has recently announced a new discovery – people can live up to 150 years and not longer. But why?

Can we really live up to 150 years? Can new scientific anti-aging measures prolong our lives for more than 150 years? Let’s look closer at a new scientist’s discovery and conclusions.

Science of Longevity: Today’s Achievements

There are scientifically proven facts that most of the new scientific discoveries can prolong an average human life expectancy. Stem cells, NMN supplements, anti-aging diet, physical activity, intermittent fasting related to autophagy, rapamycin, senolytic drugs, and methionine restriction are all associated with aging processes and proven measures suitable to prevent and slow down the senescence of cells. Every person can start with daily physical activity and a balanced diet. It is a known fact that an active lifestyle can add 4 years to your lifespan. Some studies suggest that tennis can prolong our lives up to approximately 10 years. Good eating habits and a healthy diet can add even 10 years to your life. Other medical achievements, such as stem cells and cell reprogramming, daily NMN supplement intake, etc. can help cure age-related diseases and slow down inflammatory processes related to aging processes. And this is only the beginning of a longevity science breakthrough. The future goals are very ambitious. For instance, scientists aim to create a human artificial chromosome and insert it in our cells to slow down the aging process.

The Reality: Can We Live Up To 150 years?

In the study, researchers of the Singapore-based company GERO.AI examined the “pace of aging” according to cohorts from the US, the UK, and Russia. Scientists measured participants’ changes in blood cell count and daily taken step count and analyzed them by different age groups. Changes in the blood can indicate a person’s risk of heart disease or cognitive impairment. So, the researchers then simplified this data into a parameter, which they called the Dynamic Organism Status Indicator (DOSI). Changes in participants’ DOSI  values predicted who would develop age-related diseases. Blood cells count and daily taken steps count are quite different factors. However, both factors showed the same result – the younger the organism is, the faster it can regenerate by itself. Both factors allowed us to determine the same pace of aging. To sum up, as we age, the body’s ability to return blood cells or reach a stable level after a disorder significantly reduces. Also, scientists used the results to determine when resistance to aging processes would completely stop in our bodies. Scientists came to the conclusion that people can live up to the range of 120 to 150 years. Interesting fact: Jeanne Calment was the oldest human in the world who died at the age of 122. So, is there any possibility to have a supercentenarian with the age of 150 in the near future? However, the answer is no. With this pace of aging measured by scientists of the company GERO.AI, people won’t live to 150 for another three centuries. However, these scientific findings need further investigation. But the well-began is half done. These theoretical conclusions are extremely important for future longevity research.

What about today’s longevity achievements? May it help?

The fact that scientific longevity achievements can help an average person reach 150 years of age is questionable. Some scientists think that possible significant medical measures’ impact on the upper human longevity limit is only a speculation. However, the future will show us whether it is possible for a person to reach 150 years or even more. As mentioned above, new anti-aging tools have been already developed in laboratories around the world. Today, scientists are developing a human artificial chromosome or HAC. A person has 46 chromosomes in each cell, excluding the sex cells. Scientists are creating an additional 47th chromosome, which could be inserted into human cells. This chromosome would have genes and such genetic information that the patient does need. This chromosome also would contain genes that help suppress age-associated processes in the human body.

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