THE AGING PROCESS. EXPLAINED.
THE AGING PROCESS EXPLAINED:
Every year Paul Rudd gets older, and every year the internet is dumbfounded about his vampire-like eternally youthful skin. If you’d like to age gracefully (or at least look like you have), the key is maintaining the natural production of collagen. After the age of 20, our bodies start to produce less and less collagen each year, and our current collagen levels are constantly under attack from wear and tear from the environment, contributing 90% to the look of aging. This doesn’t mean you should throw in the towel when it comes to wanting to look 26 on your 49th birthday; CBD is the cannabinoid you need to stay forever young.
Let’s take a closer look at the aging process of the skin. Collagen and an element known as elastin, are the things that keep skin looking youthful. Environmental factors, like the sun, stress, and lack of sleep are a few things that break down and halt the production of collagen and elastin in the body. Ever notice bags under someone’s eyes when they haven’t got enough sleep? This sagging effect can happen all over the body as our levels of collagen and elastin decrease. Enter CBD.
CBD has shown the most promise over the years for pain relief and management. Studies conducted have found that CBD is a powerful anti-inflammatory, capable of providing relief for fibromyalgia, arthritis, and muscle and joint pain. CBD has also been shown to halt the production of free-radicals.
Free-radicals are unstable atoms in the body that react destructively to other atoms in the body due to a process called oxidative stress. Oxidative stress occurs when oxygen atoms split and seek out other atoms to bond to for stability. Oxidative stress has contributed to issues including diabetes, cataracts, and age-related issues like hair loss, sagging skin, and wrinkles.
You may have heard the term antioxidant before, these supplements are extremely important in halting the production of free-radicals. Blueberries and carrots are packed with antioxidant power, but so is CBD. CBD, when applied to the skin, not only reduces inflammation but prevents oxidative stress and the production of free-radicals. Transdermal CBD or CBD applied to the skin, works on local cells faster than oral CBD consumption as it bypasses first-pass digestion, leaving more CBD for the body to use in protecting collagen and elastin levels.
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