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Ibuprofen Might Actually Be Anti aging Medicine

Over the past few years HGH supplements have garnered a lot of attention relating to their anti aging benefits, but now according to a study by researchers at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging Ibuprofen might actually be the latest anti aging medicine.

Over the past few years HGH supplements have garnered a lot of attention relating to their anti aging benefits, but now according to a study by researchers at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging Ibuprofen might actually be the latest anti aging medicine.

Most of us know Ibuprofen as an OTC that is used to treat pain and fever, but now it seems based on this recent study it could be the link to a healthier life and longevity. On December 18th, scientists that publish in PLoS Genetics showed that regular doses of ibuprofen extended the lifespan of worms, yeast, and fruit flies.

"There is a lot to be excited about," said Brian Kennedy, PhD, CEO of the Buck Institute, who said treatments, given at doses comparable to those used in humans, extended lifespan an average of 15 percent in the model organisms. "Not only did all the species live longer, but the treated flies and worms appeared more healthy," he said. "The research shows that ibuprofen impacts a process not yet implicated in aging, giving us a new way to study and understand the aging process." But most importantly, Kennedy said the study opens the door for a new exploration of so-called "anti-aging medicines." "Ibuprofen is a relatively safe drug, found in most people's medicine cabinets," he said. "There is every reason to believe there are other existing treatments that can impact health span and we need to be studying them."

This study was the result of a Buck Institute and Texas A & M's Agrilife collaboration where Michael Polymenis, PhD, a professor in the biochemistry and biophysics department at Texas A&M University, and an AgriLife Research biochemist began his work in baker’s yeast. Later he moved on to flies and worms. According to Polymenis, the 3-year project found ibuprofen interferes with the ability of yeast cells to pick up tryptophan, which is an amino acid found in every cell of every organism. All humans need tryptophan, which they get from protein sources in the diet.

Polymenis says,"We are not sure why this works, but it's worth exploring further. This study was a proof of principle, to show that common, relatively safe drugs in humans can extend the lifespan of very diverse organisms," he said. "Therefore, it should be possible to find others like ibuprofen with even better ability to extend lifespan, with the aim of adding healthy years of life in people."

Ibuprofen is in the class of known as NSAID's ( nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) that are pain relievers and reduce inflammation, as well as fever. Ibuprofen was created in England during the 1960's and was first available with a prescription and then it became available over the counter in the 1980s. Ibuprofen is on the WHO list of essential medicines necessary in any basic health system. It is commonly used and it is found to be fairly safe; however, ibuprofen can have adverse side effects, especially in the gastrointestinal tract.

The research was funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Glenn Foundation for Medical Research, and the Presidium of RAS.

HGH supplements like Sytropin and Genf20 are products that have garnered a great deal of attention relating to their ability to reverse the signs of aging. GenF20 Plus is an HGH supplement in pills form that Vedic Lifesciences Pvt Ltd did scientific research on that found that it can slow and reverse the signs of aging. Sytropin unlike Genf20 Plus comes in the form of a spray which for some people is a better mode for delivery especially if they don’t like taking pills.

Dr. Steven Lamm, M.D. who is a doctor, researcher and author says, “I am constantly investigating new solutions and supplements that I can share with my patients to help them improve the quality of their life as they age, and that is why I have introduced them to GenF20 Plus, a powerful, all-natural human growth hormone release that combats the inevitable aging process.”

It would appear that when it comes to reducing the signs of aging there is a great deal on potential solutions on the horizon – some are currently in the research stages, while others already have the science behind them.

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