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by Charles Bollmann March 13, 2015

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 Dr Bollmann, Skin Care Specialist, Anti-Aging Expert

For some time we have known the main cause that increases the aging process is inflammation. Conversely, anything that decreases inflammation will add to our health and longevity. New scientific studies are proving that anything awe-inspiring can make us healthier.

Personally, I have always loved the mountains of Colorado and the ocean. And I love trees in the forest. All these always make me feel better. Now science is proving why.

Excess inflammation is linked to a range of medical disorders, from heart disease to irritable bowel syndrome to cognitive decline.   Cytokines are proteins that prompt for increased activity of the immune system, a process necessary to combat infection.  However, when the mechanism goes into overdrive, it may contribute to heart disease, type-2 diabetes, autoimmune diseases, mood disorders and more. 

Jennifer Stellar, from, University of California/Berkeley (UCB; California, USA), and colleagues completed two separate experiments, enrolling over 200 young adults.  Subjects reported on a given day the extent to which they had experienced such positive emotions as amusement, awe, compassion, contentment, joy, love and pride.

Samples of gum and cheek tissue, known as oral mucosal transudate, taken that same day showed that those who experienced more of these positive emotions, especially awe, wonder and amazement, had the lowest levels of the cytokine, Interleukin 6, a marker of inflammation. 

Awe was the strongest predictor of lower levels of proinflammatory cytokines. These effects held when controlling for relevant personality and health variables,” the study authors submit that: “This work suggests a potential biological pathway between positive emotions and health through proinflammatory cytokines.”

So for better health, put a little love in your life; and a little awe.

Charles Bollmann
Charles Bollmann


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