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Abstract

Man Has Always Been in Motion and Seems to Be Created for Movement: Can Everyday Life in Balance Reverse the Process of Ageing?

If 'returning to nature', greater harmony with nature,

working and being in contact with the earth, water and

forest, as well as the contemplative aspect - admiration for

the beauty of creation, will make it possible to stop or even

reverse the ageing processes? A study awarded by the 2009

Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology ‘for the discovery of

how chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the

enzyme telomerase’, gave rise to the search for factors

affecting the protection of telomeres and those affecting

telomerase activity. The research on the quality of life

essentially refers to the assessment of the level of inner

balance and harmony of man with the surrounding world of

people, animals and plants. Physical activity, taking care of

more movement in everyday life, the ability to walk and

fully use the muscles, awakening one's consciousness,

maintaining moderation and balance between work and

private life and relaxation prevent degradation, morbidity,

disabilities and the development of civilization diseases.


Author(s):  Agnieszka Pluto-Pradzynska*

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