Theories of Aging

The traditional aging theories grasp that aging is not an adaptation or genetically programmed. Aging is the result upcoming changing on and off of certain genes, with senescence being defined as the time when age-associated deficits are exhibited. Based on the evolutionary concepts these two ways of theory are also called as non-programmed aging theories (where ageing is considered the result of an organisms inability to better conflict natural deteriorative processes), and programmed ageing theories. Three crucial psychosocial theories of aging activity theory, disengagement theory, and continuity theory are summarized and evaluated. Latest biological theories of aging in humans currently fall into two main categories: programmed and damage or error theories.

Some of the theories of aging are:

  • Gene theory
  • Auto Immune Theory
  • Wear and Tear Theory
  • Free Radical Theory

Related Conference of Theories of Aging

December 07-08, 2020

20th Global Dermatology Congress

Paris, France
December 07-08, 2020

5th World Dermatology, Trichology and Aesthetic Congress

Singapore City, Singapore
February 17-17, 2021

3rd Geriatrics and Healthcare Conference: For a better Aging Care

Kualalumpur, Malaysia
April 12-13, 2021

26th International Conference on Dermatology & Skin Care

Amsterdam, Netherlands
May 07-08, 2021

21st European Dermatology Congress

Amsterdam, Netherlands
May 25-26, 2021

26th world Congress & expo on Dermatology

Osaka, Japan
June 21-22, 2021

22nd World Dermatology Congress

Tokyo, Japan
July 26-27, 2021

4th World Cosmetic and Dermatology Congress

London, UK

Theories of Aging Conference Speakers

Recommended Sessions

Related Journals

Are you interested in