Cellular Repair Processes for Better Health and Longevity

7 Metaphors to Explain Them

The body’s ultimate goal is to survive by maintaining balance in cells, tissues, organs, and systems. It has innate and intricate self-healing processes. They are highly sophisticated, and some look confusing and paradoxical from the outset.

But the body’s ability and intelligence to adapt to external and internal stimuli is noticeable when we look closely at the relevant context. Scientists observe these processes and create concepts to understand and explain these enigmatic mechanisms.

As understanding and explaining these processes might be incredibly challenging from myriad scientific reports, papers, and textbooks, I’d like to introduce and explain complex cellular repair processes and mechanisms with metaphors.

Their scientific names are cellular homeostasis, mitochondrial biogenesis, mitophagy, autophagy, ubiquitin-proteasome, cellular senescence, cell apoptosis, and inflammation.

These processes and mechanisms allow cells to repair damages, remove waste materials, regenerate, and maintain cellular balance for health and longevity. I see these findings as just the beginning and believe scientists will discover many more mechanisms for the body’s self-healing capabilities.

As I have written numerous articles about cellular health, I link some of them for interested readers to explore the details.

7 Metaphors to Explain Cellular Repair Processes for Better Health and Longevity

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