Biological age reflects the health of a person’s cells and tissue, and can be influenced by disease, lifestyle changes, environmental exposures and more. A new study from Brigham and Women’s Hospital is the first to provide strong evidence that when stress is relieved, biological age can be restored.
There’s been hints that biological age might be reversible.
We may not be able to wind back the clock on our chronological age, but our biological age may be more flexible. Research available at Cell Metabolism.
Stress and Health Research Study: Burnout and light treatment.