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Marios Kyriazis

glycosylation that means it also reverses blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke–before the damage happens. But it is mainly used for reversing and curing blood pressure–not just masking symptoms, but actually curing blood pressure. So that’s one drug.

We have other therapies with stem cells, which are also commercially available. They cost quite a lot of money, but they are becoming available, both in the states and in other parts of the world. It’s actual stem cells by injection, like the new treatment for wrinkles called Isolagen. This is based on stem cell research, on taking blood from your own body, or cells from inside your mouth, growing them, and then reinjecting them into the body to reverse wrinkles.

So basically there are quite a few things on the horizon which would become not only available but also accessible to many people, because they won’t be as expensive as they are now.

David: What are you currently working on?

Dr. Kyriazis: I have several projects, but main one that I’m working on now is to try to devise more exercises, and look into the scientific basis of stimulation and aging, like we discussed before with hormesis. I’m trying to see what else we can find to stimulate the body, to work against aging. There is quite a lot of research showing that different forms of stimulation from mental exercises, mental stimulation, or living in an enriched environment has a positive beneficial effect on several biochemical and anatomical changes, both in the brain and in the immune system. So I’m trying to get a clear understanding of these mechanisms, and come up with clinical ways, patient-oriented ways, for making use of these benefits.

David: Is there anything that we haven’t discussed that you would like to add?

Dr. Kyriazis: I always recommend for people to try and explore their own therapies. Try to find new things, new therapies, new avenues. Keep an open mind, and a positive mind. And accept your age. If somebody is forty or sixty or seventy, it doesn’t really matter. What matters is whether they have the characteristics of youth–which is strong muscles, clear memory, a good immune system, and a good sex drive. If you have all these characteristics, and you’re happy, then so be it. It doesn’t matter how old you actually are. I’m not so much involved with or interested in cosmetics, although I have done quite a lot of research in that area. But I don’t think the way one looks is important. I think the way one feels is important. So if you feel happy, active, and full of energy, then that’s fine. It doesn’t matter how you look.

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