Scientists have found out to what maximum age a person can theoretically live
The researchers believe they have identified the upper limit for human life: 150 years. This will surpass the current record for the oldest person, Jeanne Kalman, who passed away in 1997 at the age of 122. But it's definitely a little confusing for those looking for a way to live forever. More details about the study told the publication New York Post.
Using an iPhone app and a wealth of medical data from UK and US volunteers, scientists believe they have validated the maximum age people can expect.
Artificial intelligence analyzed information related to the health and lifestyle of earthlings. The researchers determined that a person's lifespan is most significantly based on two data points: biological age (related to stress, lifestyle, and chronic illness) and resilience (how quickly a person returns to normal) after responding to a stressor.
Using these results and related trends, the researchers calculated that between the ages of 120 and 150, the human body exhibits a "complete loss" of resilience, resulting in an inability to recover.
“As we age, it takes more and more time to recover from stressors, and on average we spend less and less time close to optimal physiological state,” said study author Timothy Pyrkov.
Professor Andrei Gudkov, who works at the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, who participated in the study, said the discovery is “a conceptual breakthrough because it defines and shares the roles of fundamental factors in human longevity ... This explains why even effective prevention and treatment of age-related diseases can only improve average, but not maximum, life expectancy if true treatments for aging are not developed. ”
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There are growing trends in the world towards biohacking or the use of fashionable methods of fighting age to increase life expectancy. Biohackers have tried everything from fasting to injections of untested drugs.
Tycoon Ari Rastegar, 39, said last week that the use of techniques such as stem cell therapy and pressure chamber meditation has put him at 5 years of age.
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