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2nd Aging, Health, Wellness Conference: For a better Aging Care, will be organized around the theme “Towards the Advancement and Technology for Healthy Aging”

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Aging is a process where there is decrease of reproduction and body functions in adult age. The occurrence of aging is a natural process. The human life expectancy has increased worldwide. The divergence from our recent ancestor evolved to double its previous value. From the last 200 years we can see the substantial increase, about 2.5 years per decade. Environmental changes, improved food, water, hygiene and living conditions reduced infectious diseases with the help of improved medicine, antibiotics and immunization.

 

Genetics of aging deals with life extension which is associated with genetic alterations leading to changes in lifespan. There is an unprecedented rise in human life expectancy in the past two centuries. Sustaining longer lives will require an understanding of the topics like mechanisms of aging and genetics is considered as a powerful tool for the identification of these mechanisms.

 

The study that deals with the health care of elderly people is called geriatrics. The aim is to promote better health to the elder people by treating and preventing the diseases and physical problems and disabilities in older adults. Geriatrics is also called as medical gerontology.

Gerontology and geriatrics are used often used interchangeably, but there are differences between the two words. Gerontology mainly studies about the biological, cultural, social, cognitive and psychological aspects of ageing, whereas Geriatrics or geriatric medicine is a study that focuses specially on health care of elder people.

 

  • Track 4-1Aging Bones
  • Track 4-2Aging Muscles
  • Track 4-3Aging Joints
  • Track 4-4Dysfunction Of Immune System
  • Track 4-5Alzheimers Disease
  • Track 5-1Type 2 Diabetes
  • Track 5-2Cancer
  • Track 5-3Cardiovascular Disease
  • Track 5-4Hypertension
  • Track 5-5Arthritis
  • Track 5-6Cataract
  • Track 6-1Augmentation of autophagy
  • Track 6-2Elimination of senescent cells
  • Track 6-3Transfusion of plasma from young blood
  • Track 6-4Transfusion of plasma from young blood
  • Track 6-5Physical exercise
  • Track 6-6Antioxidant intake
  • Track 6-7Stem cell therapy
  • Track 6-8Enhancement of adult neurogenesis
  • Track 6-9Enhancement of adult neurogenesis
  • Track 7-1Parkinson’s disease
  • Track 7-2Stroke
  • Track 7-3Multiple system atrophy
  • Track 7-4Corticobasal degeneration
  • Track 7-5Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Track 7-6Dementia with lewy bodies

The process of changes that appear in every human being from infant to old age is known as aging. Several changes of cells, organ systems can be seen. The gradual decrease of body functions is known as aging

  • Track 9-1Aging by program
  • Track 9-2Gene Theory
  • Track 9-3Wear and Tear Theory
  • Track 9-4Rate of Living Theory
  • Track 9-5Free Radical Theory
  • Track 9-6Cross-Linkage Theory
  • Track 9-7Auto Immune Theory
  • Track 10-1Social Factors
  • Track 10-2Psychological Factors
  • Track 10-3Physical Factors
  • Track 11-1Variation of Time
  • Track 11-2Regional Variances
  • Track 11-3Sex Differences
  • Track 11-4Mental Illness
  • Track 11-5Physical Illness
  • Track 12-1Genes
  • Track 12-2Smoking
  • Track 12-3Sun Exposure
  • Track 12-4Sleep Habits
  • Track 12-5Alcohol and Caffeine Intake
  • Track 12-6Environment
  • Track 12-7Stress

A medical discipline focusing on practicals to reverse aging process is known as rejuvenation. It helps in studying the life extension strategies for opposing the causes in order to slow the aging process. Its main aim is to repair or replace a damaged tissue with a new tissue.

 

  • Track 14-1Face Lift
  • Track 14-2Breast Augmentation
  • Track 14-3Hair Transplantation
  • Track 14-4Tummy Tuck
  • Track 14-5Liposuction
  • Track 14-6Rhinoplasty
  • Track 14-7Dermabrasion

The dermatologists mostly recommend the products which contain the following elements like retinoids which contain vitamin A derivatives which promote even skin tone. Peptides repair the damages skin, antioxidants helps in fighting free radicals, hydrochloric acid shea butter and ceramids helps in moisturizing the skin and prevents allergic effects of anti-aging ingredients.

 

  • Track 16-1Reduced production of B and T cells in bone marrow and thymus
  • Track 16-2Decline in the function of mature lymphocytes
  • Track 16-3Decrease in the production of growth hormone
  • Track 16-4Immune system stops responding to vaccines
  • Track 16-5Gets sick more often
  • Track 16-6Fail in wound repair mechanisms
  • Track 16-7Anti-microbial immunity is weekend
  • Track 17-1Chronic low-grade inflammation
  • Track 17-2Macromolecular damage
  • Track 17-3Oxidative- nitrative stress
  • Track 17-4Impaired stem cell function and regeneration
  • Track 17-5Impaired mitochondrial function
  • Track 17-6Cellular metabolism

The branch of medicine which aims to restore the functional ability and quality of life of the older people suffering with physical impairments or disabilities by knee and hip replacements, the rehabilitation physicians use physical, occupational and speech therapies.

Aged people frequently suffer from physical and mental changes.  The important geriatric rehabilitation is communication which acts as a key role. It welcomes studies with experimental approaches which includes investigations using cultured cells. The main aim of geriatric rehabilitation is to increase the life span and the quality of life of aged people.

 

  • Track 19-1Psychological
  • Track 19-2Elder Financial Abuse
  • Track 19-3Abandonment
  • Track 19-4Neglect
  • Track 19-5Self-Neglect
  • Track 19-6Physical Abuse
  • Track 20-1Cosmetic Dermatology
  • Track 20-2Dermatopathology
  • Track 20-3Trichology
  • Track 20-4Immuno-dermatology
  • Track 20-5Pediatric Dermatology
  • Track 20-6Dermatoepidemiology