“Inflammaging” refers to a concept in the field of aging and medicine. It is a term that combines “inflammation” and “aging” to describe a chronic, low-grade inflammatory state that becomes more prevalent as people age.

Inflammaging is characterized by an increase in inflammatory markers in the body, even in the absence of an overt infection or injury. This chronic inflammation is believed to contribute to the aging process and age-related diseases. The presence of Inflammaging is associated with various health conditions, including cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative disorders, and metabolic syndrome.

Researchers theorize that this low-grade inflammation may be a key factor in the development of age-related diseases and could potentially accelerate the aging process. Strategies to manage Inflammaging often involve lifestyle interventions, such as a healthy diet, regular exercise, and stress reduction, bio-identical hormones replacement, and correcting nutritional deficiencies to mitigate the inflammatory response and promote overall well-being.

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