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Aging and Autonomic Nervous System   Kiran Thorat

Aging and Autonomic Nervous System

56 страниц. 2012 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
In the year 2002, there were an estimated 605 million old persons in the world. By 2025, the number of elderly people is expected to rise more than 1.2 billion. Every human being feels, never to grow old and wish to live long. This fear of the aging is mainly due to the illness and disability generally associated with it. The process of aging is complex and may derive from variety of different mechanisms and exists for variety of different reasons. In human beings, the peak performance is achieved around 25 yrs of age and a measurable decline in various functions is observed at about 30 to 35 yrs. Overall the age related changes in autonomic functions of human body are less investigated. The Autonomic Nervous System plays an important mechanistic role in the etiology of age associated cardiovascular diseases leading to deteriorated quality of life. The present study is carried out to know whether, is it possible to delay these cardiovascular autonomic nervous system changes during...
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