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A New Era in Anti-Aging

Facts About Aging:
• Aging is associated with the decrease in cellular energy
• Aging is associated with a decline in organ function

• Aging is associated with a state of dehydration

• Aging is associated with the depletion of vital nutrients
Age - Related Symptom Solution
• Decrease in cellular energy Energy Enhancer
• Decline in organ function Multiple Patches
• State of dehydration Energy Enhancer/ Water
• Tissue damage Glutathione/ Carnosine
• Decline in hormones level Supplementation /
• Genetic damage/ loss of info To be determine
• Stress on body Aeon
The Lifewave Approach To Date :
• Energy Enhancer increases cellular energy from fat burning
• Silent Nights improves the quality of sleep which
promotes better tissue repair
• Glutathione protects our body from damage
• Carnosine promotes restoration of cells to youthful levels and
retention of body mass
• Research shows that regular stimulation of ST36 may
lengthen telomeres extending life span
How does Aeon improve on this system and improve on
this powerful anti aging effects ? What benefits can you
expect from Aeon ?
How did this new development come about ?:
• Cutting - edge doctors are looking at the factors that
causes cancer and aging and specifically how aging and
toxins can cause stress, inflammation and damage to
our DNA
• David Schmidt and Dr Steve believe that it is possible
to reverse this stress, inflammation and genetic damage
Best of all this is possible with Lifewave technology
How did this new development come about ?:
For more then 50 years physiologist have known that
putting stress on an animal causes it to age very quickly.
When you place a mouse on an electric grid and administer
shocks …. you arouse the mouse’s stress response.
After a few days of such stress the mouse will die, and on
autopsy its tissue will display many signs of accelerated

Deepak Chopra, Ageless Body, Timeless Mind

Facts About Aging :
What is so striking about long term consequences of stress
is that taken all together it looks like growing old.

Hypertensions, ulcers, impotence, wasted muscles, and

diabetes are all common signs of aging.
On the surface all these appear to be unrelated symptoms
but they become unified as extreme results of the stress
response .
Deepak Chopra – Ageless Body, Timeless Mind
Stress and its connection to aging :
Stress is a term that refers to a failure in an organism –
human or animal – to respond appropriately to emotional
or physical threats, whether actual or imagine.

Stress symptoms normally include adrenaline production

exhaustion, irritability and muscular tension, inability to
concentrate, headache and elevated heart rate
Chronic stress can effectively effect the body’s immune

Immune sytem changes can create more vulnerability

to infection and have been observe to increase the
potential for an outbreak in Psoriasis for people with
that skin disorder
Aging & Inflammation (source – Life Extension
magazine) :
• Systemic inflammation can cause degenerative effects
• Inflammation is caused by an increase in destructive
• Chronic inflammation is also found in atherosclerosis
cancer, obesity, diabetes, congestive heart failure,
digestive disorder, Alzheimer's disease and others,
• A clear sign of aging is elevated levels of inflammation
Many seemingly unrelated disorders have a common link:
Most importantly inflammation can damage DNA resulting
in shortened life span
New Surgical Horizons:
Chronic inflammation and oxidative stress in the genesis
and perpetuations of cancer: role of lipid peroxidation,
DNA damage, and repair
Helmut Bartsch & Jagadeesan Nair, published 15th Aug 2006
# Springer-Verlag 2006.
Conclusion: Persistent oxidative stress are induced by
inflammatory processes in a self perpetuating process and
cause progressive accumulation of DNA damage in target
organs. Together with deregulation of cell homeostasis, the
resulting genetic changes act as driving force in chronic
inflammation associated human disease pathogenesis
“Everyone assume we age by rust. But how do you explain
animals that don’t age?. Some tortoise may lay eggs at age
100 years, there are whales that live to be 200 and clams
that make it past 400 years”
Stuart Kim,PHD, Stanford University Professor of Development
Biology and Genetics (May, 2010)

A prevailing theory of aging has been challenged by Stanford

University Medical School researchers. Their discovery contradicts
the theory that aging is a build up of tissue damage similar to
rust. The Stanford findings suggest specific genetic instructions drive
the process. If they are right, science might one day find ways of
switching the signals off and halting or even reversing aging
The Basic Premise of Lifewave Aeon:
• Develop a signaling mechanism to reduce stress on the
human body
• Develop a signaling mechanism to reduce inflammation
• Develop a signaling mechanism to protect and restore
our DNA to a youthful state
Simple explanation:
• Lifewave Aeon elevates multiple “anti-stress factors”
and decreases inflammation
• So the Lifewave Aeon patch is not a single mechanism.
Instead, multiple “anti-stress” pathways are targeted to
reduce stress and inflammation, thereby increasing
life span through multiple pathways
Phenylacetylglutamine (PG) :
Lifewave research also shows a connection between and
altered levels of a polypeptide called
Phenylacetylgutamime (PG)

PG could turn up to be the most important anti aging

polypeptide in the human body
At conception, most genes
in our body are active.

When the gene is no longer

needed it is “methylated”
To make it inactive (loss of
genetic information).

In our youth we have the optimum balance between active

and inactive genes, but as we age more and more of our
genes (genetic information) becomes silenced (methylated)
Here is the problem with this:
When we have a balance in gene expression, we are in a
youthful healthy state.
When we age and this gene expression changes we will
lose genetic information :
…. That supports detoxification pathways
…. That regulates cholesterol metabolism
…. That regulates inflammation
…. That regulates cell life/ death cycle
…. And many undesirable side effects
Clinical testing by Lifewave has demonstrated the
following :
A unique biochemistry with a chain of beneficial effects:
• Dr Clark – rapid reduction in inflammation
• Dr Budzynski – normalization of the nervous system; a
key to anti-aging and stress reduction
• Dr Greenberg – improved cellular repair & organ function
• Dr Haltiwanger -
Clinical testing by Lifewave has demonstrated the
following :
• Aeon reduces stress as measured by increase activity
of the parasympathetic nervous system
• Aeon reduces the biochemical markers of inflammation
that cause tissue and organ damage

• By reducing tissue and organ damage we can reduce the

wear and tear associated with aging - NOW
Future Clinical Testing to follow :
We will test to see if Lifewave Aeon has a direct effect on
DNA; specifically biochemical mechanism that repairs
genetic damage, increasing life span

Dramatic synergistic effects between regular use of

Lifewave Aeon and other Lifewave patches
What will Lifewave Aeon mean to you
• Improved Energy
• Reduction in pain and inflammation
• Improved in skin quality and appearance
• Reduction in stress and inflammation
• Improvement in organ function
• Improvement in the way you handle stress
The patch compliments all the other Lifewave
The patch compliments all the other Lifewave patches
• Have low energy? Use Energy Enhancer and Aeon

• Have pain ? Use Icewave and Aeon

• Have poor skin ? Use the Y-Age System

• Trouble Sleeping ? Use Silent Nights and Aeon

• Appetite Control ? Use SP6 Complete and Aeon


Cell & Organ

Aeon Patch
aeon (ē ‘ ŏn., ē ‘ an). noun

• An immeasurable or infinite space of time; eternity,

a long space of time; an age.*

• A Revolutionary New Anti-Aging

Product From Lifewave
Biochemical Markers of Inflammation
 Increased C-Reactive Protein

 Increased in Fibrinogen

 Increase in Homocysteine

 Increase in Lipid Peroxides

 Increased Cytokine production with an imbalance

inflammatory Cytokines
Cortisol Inflammatory Cytokines

Sympathetic Cytokines

Parasympathetic Oxidative Stress

• Parasympathetic activity curbs sympathetic activity
• DHEA reduces oxidative stress and increase anti-
inflammatory signals
• Fibrinogen, a protein made by the liver, may rise
sharply in any condition that cause inflammation or
tissue damage

• A high fibrinogen level is significantly associated with

coronary artery disease, carotid atherosclerosis and
strokes. (De Luca et al, 2010, Kwaan, 2010)

These conditions cause 60% of the death

in the elderly
• High fibrinogen can cause a heart attack or stroke via
several mechanisms, including increased blood clots
and excessive blood thickening

• The new England Journal of Medicine studies showed

that those with high levels of fibrinogen were more
then twice to die of a heart attack.
• Elevated C-reactive protein (CRP) is a biochemical
marker of underlying chronic inflammation
(Vasovic et al., 2010)

• C-reactive protein is often sharply elevated in aged

people with multiple degenerative diseases

Systemic chronic inflammation plays a central role in

age-related diseases
“People with high levels of
CRP, one of the cardinal
markers of inflammation,
were over 4 times more likely
to have heart attacks then
those with low levels of CRP
(Sinatra, 2004)

Aeon testing showed a trend

of lower CPR levels
Varying degrees of high levels of homocysteine are
detectable in all inflammatory diseases and it is a marker
for inflammation (Wu, 2007)

Acute & Chronic

High Homocysteine
Organs most affected by chronic inflammation:
 Brain
 Heart
 Kidneys
 Lungs
 Arteries
Homocysteine – induced oxidative stress:
Damages blood vessels
Favors lipid peroxidation and
Induces production of inflammatory factors (Lin et al
Why are lipid peroxides important ?
• The level of lipid peroxides is a measure of cellular
membrane damage caused by the action of free radicals
(Miquel et al., 1998)
• The elevation of lipid peroxides is an early warning of
the potential of oxidative stress
• The outcome of long term oxidative stress is chronic
degenerative disease ( Halliwell et al., 1998)
Damage to the structure of cell membrane molecules lead
to changes in their:
• Permeability
• Transport mechanism
• Communication signalling

This disrupts many cellular processes

Reduction of inflammation by Aeon
• Decreased C-Reactive protein levels

• Decreased Fibrinogen levels

• Decreased Homocysteine levels

• Decreased Lipid Peroxide levels

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