Health culture: Balance and longevity
It can slow down
How is that possible?
«I now look on with amazement that something so hugely basic seems to have escaped the notice of great philosophers and psychologists.»
Can melatonin slow down aging?
Acetylic and methylic process
«The pineal gland works using photosensory information coming from the eye.»
The acetylic and methylic groups are essential in biological oxidative and growthprocesses: without methylation, an embryo’s or child’s brain may not develop.
So what does the pineal gland do while it rests? It keeps itself young and produces other essential molecules that we, like sniffer dogs, pursue relentlessly as these molecules do not only keep the pineal gland and the body young, but – within possible limits and if it is not too late- will even be able to reverse the aging process that is closely connected with the desynchronization of circadian hormonal cycles (day/night).
Can melatonin slow down aging?
Melatonin delays aging, and consequently prolongs life by simply preventing, delaying, and also totally blocking the progressive deterioration (loss of sensitivity and therefore bidirectional response) of central hypothalamus-epiphysis hormonal regulation control, as described in extremely precise detail by the great Russian scientist Vladimir M. Dilman.
However, it has been said that melatonin does not produce these effects directly, with a chemical, biochemical or even hormonal mechanism, and yet this effect has been seen during experiments. Why?
Resting the central hormonal manager
«The pineal gland is our life clock: it maintains hormonal circadian and seasonal rhythms that are the basis of all functions.»
This explains why: “Better to have too much melatonin than too little”. Regulating this night-time non-working routine for the pineal gland not only protects our biological clock or “central hormonal manager”, but even recovers its capacity to regulate and modulate hormonal rhythmic cycles (night/day), to the point that the pineal gland regains its youthful functions.
The aging pineal gland loses its capacity to produce the night-time melatonin peak, and this is a clear sign of the fact that it is aging.
The pineal gland is the life, aging and death program clock
«Life is totally based on maintaining interhormonal circadian synchronization.»
Therefore, the pineal gland is not only our “central clock”, but actively induces our aging during its own life, with its life, aging and death programs, as proven. It is clear that the mechanisms that have genetically developed in the pineal gland regulate the course of our biological life, and also generate the signs of death at the end of our human life program This has been proven in the experiments reported in a paper some years ago. Therefore, the essential mechanisms of our aging must be searched for in the pineal gland and in its links with the entire neuro-hormonal reticulum in the brain. We age because our “pineal reticulum” is “programmed” to deteriorate. This is the reason why exogenous night-time melatonin helps to maintain the integrity of our “pineal gland clock” and prevent the typical course of aging inside the pineal gland.