What is anti-aging (ANTI AGE) therapy?
The end of the twentieth century gave a man extra 25 years of life. This is primarily due to advances in medicine, such as the discovery of antibiotics, vaccines and the victory over infectious diseases, as well as the improvement of socio-economic well-being. The average life expectancy in the 19th century was 30-32 years and has not changed since the Roman Empire.
The increase in life expectancy occurred so rapidly that neither an individual, nor society, nor state structures were ready for new conditions in society. No one has ever prepared a man for life between the ages of 50 and 75. And only in the last few decades has science been actively engaged in the processes of aging, its treatment and prevention.