IGA037: Aging Differences: Men vs. Women: Who Wins??

Summary:

This episode digs into many topics (tangents??) as Lee takes a journey into exploring the different ways men and women age. He goes into detail about why these gender differences may exist and/or what may be causing them. Lee builds a solid case for his ending conclusion that women have to bare a greater burden in how our culture has depicted aging. Along the way to these conclusions, Lee talks about how “Placebos” have been used to influence our thinking, and the trickery of statistics, both of which provide intriguing side notes that contribute to a deeper understanding. This is definitely one for those who may be more intellectually inclined. But even if you find this level of detail boring, there are enough chuckles here to make it worth your while.

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What You Will Learn About In This Episode:

  • What are Lee’s four F’s of Life?
  • The trickery of Statistic and why stats should never be trusted.
  • What is “Cultural Placebo”?
  • Why learning about gender differences in aging is useful.

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Problems hidden by Statistical Data

The following videos (taken from YouTube) explain and demonstrate many of the concerns mentioned in this episode in interpreting statistical conclusions. These two videos will open the door to other information and links for continued exploration and learning in this area.

Very clear explanation and examples of Simpson’s Paradox.

This video gives several examples where statistical approaches yield entirely the wrong result.

The Placebo Effect

Start your research and exploration into this area with the following links and resources. From here, depending on your interests, you will find other avenues to follow for further reading or viewing.

“If you tell a person they have just rubbed against poison ivy, when they really have not, many of them will develop some kind of rash.”

Stanford professor, athlete, and psychologist Alia Crum investigate how our mindset can affect health behaviors and outcomes.

Although this video doesn’t mention cultural stereotypes as a form of placebo, it does give many eye-opening placebo forms you may not have considered before.

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IGA036: Reverse Aging And Disease with Human Celluar Regeneration??

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Many species possess an ability to regenerate damaged tissues to regrow new limb or organs through the mechanism of cellular regeneration. Research is indicating that humans have similar regenerative capabilities, but only at specific times during embryonic development. If this capability could be extended or ignited throughout our lifespan, it would be a major blow to the rise of chronic degenerative conditions currently on the rise. Cancer, Arthritis, Diabetes, kidney diseases, degenerative brain disorders, plus more could be effectively addressed with such medical technology. How real are these possibilities? How soon could we see drugs and other therapeutics become available to combat our chronic conditions?

Lee explores these possibilities with Ira S. Pastor, the CEO of a Bioquark, a company pushing the envelope in this area. Ira educates Lee (and you, the listener) on many of the concepts involved in bringing these solutions to market, and what the present status is on such developments. This is an intriguing conversation, teaching us much, and providing a useful look into a hopeful future.

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What You Will Learn About In This Episode:

  • What is cellular regeneration and why is it important
  • The different types, or modes, of cellular regeneration found in nature
  • What are “Biologic” drugs?
  • The limitations of Stem Cell research
  • The three R’s of cellular research – Regeneration, Repair, and Rejuvenation.
  • what diseases consume the largest portion of the 7 Trillion dollars spent on healthcare around the world?
  • new paradigms in understanding (and curing) cancer

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IGA030 – Can We Change The Future Of Aging?

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Aging is both a biological and cultural process. Getting older in one culture can be very different than aging in another culture. What determines the aging characteristics of a culture? In this episode, Lee ponders on how we see and feel about our aging and how that influences our actual aging outcomes. He ends with an inspiring definition of “Silver Inspiration” who are role models that inspire a better view of aging in living their lives.

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Questions Explored In This Episode:

  • How we feel about getting older
  • How we come to feel as we do about aging
  • Aging stereotypes that surround and influence us
  • How we might encourage a more productive cultural view of aging.

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IGA023- Strokes: Making it to the Other Side With Attitude

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As we learned from the previous episode, Lee had suffered a stroke on Dec. 29, 2016. Episode #22 goes into much detail about what Lee went through as he set out on his journey to recovered this stroke and how he would manage himself going forward to drastically reduce the chances of it happening again.It is helpful to listen to that episode before this one. In this follow-up, Lee reviews his recovery progress, his visit with neurology doctors, updates on critical information about arterial plaque build-up and cholesterol, and adjustments he will make to his health plans moving ahead. Lee’s journey provides a fascinating view of strokes from the onset to recovery. He considers himself extremely fortunate since many time stroke recovery is a lifetime effort.

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What You Will Learn About In This Episode:

  • How people with good cholesterol levels can still end up with arterial plaque buildup
  • What one-man’s version of stroke recovery looks like. (remember, everyone is different.)
  • one strategy for reducing stroke risks after the first stroke has occurred.

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We’ve prepared a PDF chocked full of information about Lee’s stroke adventure and strokes in general. You will find this helpful in understanding the events, circumstances and challenges of those around you struggling with stroke recovery. This PDF contains:

  • Actual brain scan images showing Lee’s carotid arteries as well as normal arteries in the same area.
  • A sequence of photos showing how neuroplasticity can be used to minimize, over time, the damages from strokes through the use of deliberate and purpose-driven practice.
  • A 7 minute video where Lee recalls a few chuckles related to his treatment and care in the hospital during his stroke
  • Several arterial anatomy illustrations clearly showing the arterial structures involved in Lee’s stroke.
  • Selected videos dealing with understanding cholesterol to help prevent mistakes in minimizing stroke risks
  • How to quickly tell if you or someone with you is having a stroke.
  • Plus more…

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IGA003: A Story Of Personal Research And Cure With Len Smith

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Lee has the privilege of speaking to Len Smith (71 y.o.) , who is also being featured in our upcoming "Silver Inspirations" list. In this episode they chat about several conditions that seem to afflict older people -  Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), Diabetes, and Dementia.

Len was diagnosed with AMD in 1994. The current information at that time was that this condition was incurable. Len tells a unique story of how his research and changing habits has led to not just curing the condition, but actually reversing it altogether. He provides a 4-pronged approach to anyone who currently suffers with this.

Lee and Len then move  to discuss dementia, suggesting various correlations between dementia with diet and exercise. Len's passion and personal research has led him to give various public talks on subject, incurring 4100 miles of driving while doing so.

Interesting Note: Len also mentioned how he cycled 100 miles in a day only 5 months after having open heart surgery.


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In This Episode You Will Learn:

  • What Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is.
  • the story of how Len reversed his "incurable" AMD condition.
  • His 4-pronged health protocol for dealing with AMD.
  • Justification for feeling  that Dementia should be included in the "Lifestyle" diseases.
  • a few care tips for those caring for people with various forms of dementia.
  • Why early diagnosis of dementia is important.

Special Note: Len has put together a 5-page summary of his protocol for curing Are-Related Macular Degeneration that he used to reverse his own condition. To review this offering, simply reach out to me at Lee@innergameofaging.com and I will send it along.

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