By Jay Chatterjee & Roshmi Raychaudhuri

Everyone has heard of the mythical "Fountain of Youth", but very few realize that it actually does exist. And even fewer realize that it exists inside every one of us. Yes, it's there right within you, just waiting to be activated !!

And the source of this fountain is the body's neuroendocrine system, the collective name assigned to the glands and organs that manufacture hormones within the human body.

Aging is a process that happens to all of us at some stage in our lives. Usually by about thirty years of age, we begin to notice the first telltale signs of aging, the strands of gray hair, the beginnings of wrinkles, the slight sagging of facial features & the gradual loss of skin elasticity. As the years roll by, this aging process continues inexorably. Stiffer joints, dimmer vision, loss of taste buds, gray hair, less libido! We start to accept our declining faculties as being nature's way.

And, as we look in the mirror, year after year, we gradually begin to feel and act progressively older, our mindset reflecting our mirror image. And, because we see the same thing happening to our friends and family, we accept it as natural and inevitable.

Today, technology and medical advances make it possible to live much longer, so there are many more 'seniors' in our society than ever before. In fact, average longevity has gone up all over the world, and, in the U.S, by as much as 25 years, since from the beginning of the 20th century.

However, the factor that has NOT changed is the number of years one has to live with age-related disability. It is still an average of 10 years for most people.

Some people age gracefully, others don't. Whichever the case, each one of us, man and woman, would like to enter our seventies with looks, health and vitality at their best.

Wouldn't you?

Well, this has been the quest from time immemorial! And it remains so to this day. There are diets that counter aging, cardio-vascular exercises do the same, the brain is kept young by 'challenging' it, viagra promises peak sexual performance, HRT promises relief from post menopausal problems, cosmetic companies produce moisturizers and creams to build collagen, and..... one can go on and on!!!

In varying degrees, they all work!

But think about HOW they work!

Diets and cardio-vascular exercises work by regulating the body's consumption of energy. Known as metabolism, it is a complex interaction of chemical conversions that take place continually in order to generate energy and keep the body at optimum level. Control of the entire process lies in the neuroendocrine system.

The challenge element perks up secretions of the hormone adrenaline...the body's age-old response to any form of stress or threat is production of higher doses. The skin is kept hydrated by secretions of oil and sweat-producing hormones, and the entire process of sexuality and reproduction is hormone-induced.

And so, through course of diets, exercises, creams and supplements you have managed to keep your body and mind in peak condition. What happens when you get a bout of 'flu'?

Without the help of the thymus and your immune system your body may just pack it in !!

The hormonal system has a finger in every pie!

Does the concept seem rather esoteric? Do you think I am overplaying the role of the endocrine glands?

Consider the facts. Sift through reports on the most current research going on in this field. Much of the anti-aging experimentation being conducted in various laboratories around the world, is connected with ingestion of hormonal supplements.

GH (growth hormone) and DHEA, both popular experimental therapies being used at present, are nothing but hormones. And without a doubt they produce benefits, even though it is probably too early to determine their attendant side effects, if any.

The very latest experiments are connected to the use of 'releasers' whereby, instead of ingesting supplements, one would ingest releasers, which would activate the glands into releasing hormones. Such experiments are still at an early stage, and not much is known about the attendant side effects, if any.

In fact, this very principle of hormonal flow seems to have been known to the Himalayan people in ancient times, and forms the basis of their anti-aging therapy.

The only difference is that they had the knowledge to cause the body to produce its own natural releasers, rather than rely on artificial synthetic ones.

About the Authors:
Jay Chatterjee, a Chartered Accountant and ex-Corporate Banker, lives in Canada. 
Roshmi Raychaudhuri is a business-woman residing in India. They have shared a longstanding and keen interest in the effects of natural therapies. On a trip to the Himalayan foothills, they came across an ancient anti-aging and body rejuvenation system based on stimulation of the hormonal glands. They have put this information on their website for the world to share.
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