Therapy

For Different mon medical holistic therapies (*) that both the Institute and the Mediterranean Center offer, please scroll below the menu where the hyperlinks are located. (ie, the viewer must get out of this page and scroll under the “therapy” section located in the homepage’s main menu bar).

 Life-Enhancement Holistic Techniques

1. Acupuncture & Acu-pressure

2. Aromatherapy

3. Art, Humor & Music Therapy

3. Breathing Therapies

4. Balneotherapy

5. Bee and Honey Therapy

6. Brain Enhancement Therapy

7. Breathing, Oxygen & Respiratory Enhancement Therapy

8. Detoxification Therapies

9. Electro-Magnetism Therapy

10. Exercise, Stretching, Chi Gong & Yoga Therapy

11. Fasting, intermittent fasting & Caloric Restriction Therapy

12. Fertility Blossoming, Sexual Boosting & Harmonal Fine-tuning Therapy

13. Gut and Microbiota Therapies

14. Hair, Skin and Natural Beauty therapy

15. Heat & Fever Therapy

16. Helio (Sun) Therapy

17. Hydrotherapy & Thermogenesis Therapy

18. Immune Enhancement Therapies

19. Joie de Vivre & Neuro-peptide Therapy

20. Juicing for Life Therapy 

21. Massage & Spinal/Joints/Hip Adjustments Therapy 

22. Nutrition Therapy

23. Meditation, Prayer & Mindfulness Therapies 

24. Sleep & Nap Therapies 

25. Sophrology & Visualization Therapy

26. Sprouting Techniques 

27. Stem cell & Ribosome-based Longevity Activation  Therapies

28. Telomere and Telomerase Longevity Enhancement Therapies

29. Water Therapy 

30. Wine Therapy

(*). The definition of “non medical” holistic therapies incorporates homeostasis-based holistic techniques that do not necessitate an official prescription, but that do contribute to enhance different  restorative, balancing and reinforcement mechanisms of the body’s self-repair, rejuvenation and self-replicating genes and memes, (1) including, but does not limit the to  fitness techniques like exercise and trampoline, wellbeing (feeling good) techniques like meditation and  psychoactive  plants that are legal and useful,  hygiene techniques like hot and cold baths or neti, etc, and anthing else controlling public health authorities have no jurisdiction to intervene on.

Physiological Markers

All participants who embark on the Institute’s holistic health rejuvenation retreats for at least three weeks, whatever his or her disease, whether it be cancer, alzheimer’s disease, cardiovascular disease or diabetes, can expect to have most of his or her physiological markers improve if he or she complies to lifestyle changes and carries out most of what is proposed. For some supporting evidence, see blog on physiological markers.

Even if the participant is in the dying phase of his or her life, by following as many of the holistic wellbeing’s non medical therapies,  he or she will improve in those functions which are not shutting down. And if the participant has to go, he or she will go with less suffering and more dignity than what usually occurs in clinics, hospices and nursing homes.

Maximizing Healthy Lifespans with some of the Institute’s Holistic Techniques

Then the LORD said, “My Spirit will not contend with humans forever, for they are mortal; their days will be a hundred and twenty years.” Genesis 6:3 (Source)

Both hard evidence from science, in particular evolutionary biology, and writings from the Bible suggest that human lifespan is “designed” to stretch to around 120 years, give and take a few decades. (2)

When evolutionary and genetic conditions are exceptionally and coevolutionarily in synch,  it is claimed that humans  known as super centenarians have lived in good heath over 150 years. While some of these claims may not be untrue (like Christian followers’ claims that both Christ and Lazarus resurrected after biological death), right now, there is no hard evidence to support them.

In this realm an official, authenticated birth certificate has been the defining piece in the evidence-based sphere of longevity medicine.  So far, and world-wide, the only person who had an authenticated birth certificate to show she was over 122 years old is a French Mediterranian lady called Jeanne Calment. Jeanne practiced a few of the aboved mentioned holistic techniques. (3)

Reference and Precision Notes

(1). The  notion “meme” was coined by Richard Dawkins, notably in his book The Selfish Gene. Therein, he states:  “We need a name for the new replicator, a noun that conveys the idea of a unit of cultural transmission, or a unit of imitation. ‘Mimeme’ comes from a suitable Greek root, but I want a monosyllable that sounds a bit like ‘gene’. I hope my classicist friends will forgive me if I abbreviate mimeme to meme. If it is any consolation, it could alternatively be thought of as being related to ‘memory’, or to the French word même. It should be pronounced to rhyme with ‘cream’.” (Dawkins, Richard (1989), The Selfish Gene (2 ed.), Oxford University Press, p. 192) Dawkins also argues that the role of key replicator in cultural evolution belongs not to genes, but to memes replicating thought from person to person by means of imitation. These replicators respond to selective pressures that may or may not affect biological reproduction or survival. (Ibid., p. 352). The scientific notions of Memes and Memetics have their roots in Darwin’s intellectual competitor, the French Lamarck, who postulated that behaviors are inherited via pathways that are similar, tho not identical, to those that govern the inheritance mechanisms of physical traits. Since the elaboration and nascent substantiation  of epigenetics, this meme concept has become more popular. Because it is holistically useful for the Institute’s mission, we are integrating it within our rejuvenation paradigm and program.
(2). In the Institute’s Longevity Medicine workshops, we cover Jean Calment’s case extensively.
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