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Vladimir Khavinson

Director, St. Petersburg Institute of Bioregulation and Gerontology
Quotes
08.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
How to Cheat Time: New Approaches in Preventive and Anti-ageing Medicine
The official limit for human life is 110–120 years. As of today, the world has over 1,000 people aged 110–114. Our objective is the average person achieving the age within 100. Unfortunately, we witness premature ageing: 73–80 years is premature ageing
08.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
How to Cheat Time: New Approaches in Preventive and Anti-ageing Medicine
When it comes to economy, with higher longevity people will have a shorter working day, and two people will be able to share the same job. At the same time, efficiency will improve. Shorter working hours will reduce wear and tear
08.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
How to Cheat Time: New Approaches in Preventive and Anti-ageing Medicine
Active longevity is very important, that is why there is an issue of boosting our bodies’ resources. We have about 30–40% of stem cells in us, which helps extend the active part of life
08.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
How to Cheat Time: New Approaches in Preventive and Anti-ageing Medicine
The society is ageing. We are dealing with global ageing on all continents. It means that we are getting a bigger segment of older generations, which results in certain obligations for all governments
08.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
How to Cheat Time: New Approaches in Preventive and Anti-ageing Medicine
Number one factors in longevity are culture, education and lifestyle – this is 50% of our success. There are certain conditions for achieving a long and effective life. First of all, follow your biological rhythm: go to bed and get up early, because melatonin is produced between midnight and 3 in the morning.  Secondly, limit the calory intake by eating less carbs and fats. American scholars have proved it improves the quality of life by 15–20%. Thirdly, daily physical exercise that activates capillaries and helps the heart pump the blood.  And of course, it is the use of cutting-edge technologies that regulate gene expression. This is the medicine of the future
08.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
How to Cheat Time: New Approaches in Preventive and Anti-ageing Medicine
Alongside with biological rhythms and limiting calory intake, it is paramount to use cutting-edge diagnostics, especially when it comes to the cardiovascular system – its wear and tear results in heart attacks and strokes, etc.
13.02.2019
Healthy Life Forum: Towards 80+ 2019
Quality of Life for the Older Generation: Programme Implementation
I would put the focus not on retirement, but on working age. Prevention at working age puts off the problems that arise at senior age, so education and training are extremely important,