Vitalizing new brain cells through cerebrovascular
administration of stem cells is emerging
as a new paradigm for dementia prevention.
- Dementia Prevention
The periodic dose of stem cells increased the average life expectancy of a mouse by 30% and improved the activity of an aging mouse. According to a new study by a research team at Colombia University in 'Cell Stem Cell', it was reported that new brain cells are created even in the elderly over 80. However, from the study, it was discovered that new neural cells were not activated due to degraded ability to form new blood vessels in elderly. Therefore, vitalizing new brain cells through cerebrovascular administration of stem cells is emerging as a new paradigm for dementia prevention.
- Importance of Cerevral Blood Vessels
The weight of the brain accounts for only about 2% in our body, but the brain uses 20 - 25% of inhaled oxygen to be active. Since it needs a large amount of oxygen, if blood to the brain is blocked and oxygen supply is paused for 15 seconds, a person will lose consciousness, and the brain cells will be greatly damaged in about 4 minutes to the extent of not being able to restore. Therefore, blood vessels that supply blood to the brain are essential and must be maintained.
- Stem Cell Cerebrovascular Stability Injection
Prevent vascular dementia / Improve cerebrovascular / Prevent stroke / Prevent ischemia