You’re in the right place if you are feeling unbalanced, struggle with sleepless nights or if you are feeling older than your chronological age!
What determines how fast we age?
Your DNA and telomeres determine how you will age. DNA and telomeres determine how your genes are expressed. Some scientists believe the length of your telomeres determine the rate at which you age. The length of your telomeres is determined by the cellular environment they are in. You can help control their cellular environments!
What comprises our cellular environments?
There are many components that comprise our cellular environments. Neurotransmitters are part of our cellular environments. We can modulate our neurotransmitters to help slow the aging process!
How can modulating our neurotransmitters, specifically serotonin, help us?
Modulating your serotonin can help with mood, gastrointestinal health, sleep, happiness, appetite suppression, emotions and many motor, cognitive and automatic functions.
What is epigenetics?
Epigenetics is the study of how external factors can modulate your genes and DNA. Your DNA expresses itself based upon its cellular environment, which is largely determined by your lifestyle, mindset and what you are consuming. We CAN change how our DNA is expressed and ultimately slow aging processes in our body.
The expression of your genes causes you ease (regressive aging) or DISease (progressive aging). You control many of the factors that determine how your genes will be expressed.
How can we slow our aging?
- Mindset: Have a growth mindset instead of a fixed mindset. Believe you can and you will! If you believe that you can change your outcomes, you will be amazed at how much control you have over your well-being and health.
- Lifestyle: Have a healthy lifestyle. Fuel your body with good foods. Exercise regularly.
- Natural Serotonin Modulation: Adapt X.1, a natural serotonin modulator, helps slow aging. Adapt works epigenetically and naturally modulates your serotonin through appropriately adjusting your serotonin to create an optimal cellular environment.