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Anti-Aging Therapy

Aging is an inevitable process that happens to everyone. As you age, you may experience health problems and be unable to do things you could when you were younger. But thanks to recent scientific innovations, we can slow down or reverse the internal physiological processes responsible for aging.

Conquer the Aging Process

Most people think of aging as an inevitable, unstoppable process. But we understand that most signs of aging can be attributed to the formation of senescent cells. As we age, our cells gradually lose the ability to divide and reproduce. When this happens, they become senescent cells. Since these cells can no longer divide or reproduce, they secrete pro-inflammatory cytokines, chemokines, and extracellular matrix-degrading enzymes that cause inflammation and damage nearby healthy cells.

The formation of senescent cells has been linked to numerous age-related diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, and type II diabetes. In fact, senescent cells have even earned the nickname “zombie cells” because they’re no longer alive but not quite dead, either. Over time, the number of senescent cells in our bodies increases. We offer medications to kill senescent cells and slow down the formation of new ones, thus helping you extend your youth.


Metformin is a medication typically used to treat type 2 diabetes. However, recent studies have shown that Metformin has incredible anti-aging properties. Over 60 years of research have demonstrated that Metformin can optimize metabolism, lower mortality rates, and increase longevity. Metformin primarily works by slowing down the accumulation of the senescent cells linked to the aging process, thus slowing down the aging process.

Inducing Autophagy

Autophagy is a process that helps to clean out unwanted or damaged cells to keep our bodies functioning properly. But as we grow older, the autophagy process slows down, leading to the accumulation of old, damaged, and senescent cells. Metformin is a powerful autophagy-inducing molecule that catalyzes your body’s ability to expel old and damaged cells and turn damaged proteins and organelles into amino acids that can be reused by cells.

Reducing Insulin Resistance

Insulin resistance is a major factor in developing many age-related chronic diseases, including heart disease, stroke, and Alzheimer’s disease. Metformin can lower blood sugar levels, make your cells more responsive to insulin, and reduce insulin resistance, which can slow down or prevent chronic diseases. Studies have shown that Metformin can reduce insulin resistance by an average of 31% — that’s why Metformin has been used as a treatment for type 2 diabetes for over 50 years.

Increasing NAD+ Levels

NAD+ is a coenzyme found in all living cells. It plays an important role in many cellular processes, including energy production, metabolism, and DNA repair. NAD+ levels decline with age, which has been linked to the age-related decline in cellular functions. Metformin increases NAD+ levels by two mechanisms — it inhibits an enzyme that breaks down NAD+ and increases the cells’ ability to use NAD+. As such, Metformin effectively slows down the aging process.

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Remedy Wellness & Anti Aging is a state-of-the-art anti-aging and functional orthopedic practice committed to helping you achieve excellence in all aspects of healthcare. We believe in harnessing your body’s innate healing properties to slow down the aging process, extend your youthful vitality, and help you manifest the best version of yourself. We offer personalized anti-aging medications after a thorough, honest, and raw consultation. Initiate your anti-aging journey by scheduling a consultation today.

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