Cellular Regeneration: Definition and Why it Inspires Passion

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Cellular Regeneration: Definition and Why it Inspires Passion

Cellular Regeneration: Definition and Why it Inspires Passion

All kinds of changes occur on a physiological level as we age: decreased muscle mass, reduced bone density, slowing metabolisms, reduced immune function, and more. As we age, our body’s natural ability to regenerate cells decreases, which can result in a wide range of health problems or injury side effects. While some of these biological processes may feel unavoidable, there’s a powerful practice that can play a crucial role in minimising the impact of these decreases: cellular regeneration.

Cellular regeneration is a process that’s crucial to maintaining a high quality of health and well-being and preventing future diseases. At ReGen Wellness, we’re passionate about using science-driven approaches to cellular regeneration to increase lifespans, maximise everyday health and wellbeing, and combat the symptoms of ageing to promote happy, healthy lives. This is a secret weapon we’re passionate about – and if you’re not familiar with cellular regeneration, allow us to introduce you to its many benefits.

What is cellular regeneration?

Simply put, cellular regeneration is the process where our body replaces old cells, or cells that have been damaged, with newly generated cells. Occurring naturally across our lifetime, cellular regeneration is an integral part of maintaining ongoing health and well-being.

One of the most apparent examples of cellular regeneration in action is in the case of a cut or scrape. When our skin is injured, a wide range of complex processes is triggered, placing the immune system, inflammation and the regeneration of new skin cells into action. A superficial cut demonstrates multiple stages of cellular regeneration – firstly, white blood cells are sent to the injury site to fight off any potential infection before new skin cells are produced, forming a scab over the wound. Over time, this scab is replaced by new, healed skin, demonstrating how cellular regeneration keeps our body healthy. 

Cellular regeneration is also crucial to:

  • Skin regeneration, with the top layer of our skin replacing itself every 2-4 weeks
  • Bone regeneration, with new bone cells constantly replacing old ones
  • Muscle regeneration, which is necessary via the help of stem cells after an injury has taken place
  • Blood vessel regeneration, which is crucial to wound healing and tissue repair
  • Brain regeneration, with the brain capable of generating new neurons (a process that decreases with age)
  • Nerve regeneration, which can be a slow and often incomplete process 

How ReGen Wellness addresses cellular regeneration

Even though we may know cellular regeneration is crucial to healthy, whole ageing processes, it’s too common for this crucial process to go unsupported as we age.

ReGen Wellness Centre provides a range of treatments that make it easier than ever to promote ongoing cellular regeneration. With treatments including oxygen therapy, ice baths and infrared sauna treatments, you’ll find the tools to promote healthy cellular regeneration as a part of your regular routine. Not only will your body receive crucial support in promoting healthy cell regeneration, but you’ll also enjoy the mental and emotional benefits our treatments provide to our Bayside clients. 

Looking to support your body’s natural regeneration processes to help maximise your health and longevity? Contact us today to learn more about how our therapies can improve your overall wellbeing for the long term.