High Anxiety Levels Linked with Shorter Telomeres

IAS News 8 September 2012 | 1 Comment

A breakthrough study, involving 5,243 women, conducted by Olivia Okereke and her team from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Massachusetts, USA has found that women with high anxiety levels tend to have shorter telomeres as opposed to women with low levels of stress and anxiety and therefore age faster than other women.


The study is based on the DNA theory of ageing, which states that shorter telomeres result in DNA damage leading to ageing and disease. The good news is that you can now increase their length and prevent disease with the most revolutionary anti-ageing supplement available today, TA -65.

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