NuCalm and Aging

Leading a healthier lifestyle is the number one way to slow aging and feel younger longer.

While we are living longer, we’re not necessarily staying healthy longer. As we age, we spend so much time and money searching for ways to look and feel younger, but we overlook the most important factors in aging: stress, inflammation, and sleep.

Chronic stress is related to a multitude of health issues. Studies have demonstrated that high levels of cortisol, a result of chronic stress, are also associated with shortened DNA telomeres. When shortened, DNA telomeres cannot keep chromosomes intact; this causes cells to die or stop dividing, thus resulting in accelerated aging – this is most apparent in wrinkles or skin spots.

Chronic inflammation has been associated with the development of many age-related diseases. Short-term inflammation is necessary for repairing tissues and clearing infections, however, chronically, the inflammatory proteins can begin to damage the body. It is also one of the reasons that healing is less efficient as you age and muscle soreness lingers longer after exertion.

As you get older, your sleep can also become more and more disrupted. Studies have suggested that chemical imbalances and circadian dysfunction change the sleep cycle, and other age-related factors can interfere with the generation of slower brain waves which is necessary in deep sleep.

Stress should be your primary target for anti-aging and eliminating it is what NuCalm was designed for. NuCalm is all-natural, patented, clinically proven neuroscience that quickly resolves stress for your mind and body. NuCalm kickstarts our parasympathetic response which allows for optimal rest and repair which is necessary for combating chronic stress, inflammation, and disturbed sleep.

Leading a healthier lifestyle is the number one way to slow aging and feel younger longer. Since chronic stress interferes with the healthy lifestyle you wish to lead – cut it out with NuCalm.


While we are living longer, we’re not necessarily staying healthy longer. As we age, we spend so much time and money searching for ways to look and feel younger, but we overlook the most important factors in aging: stress, inflammation, and sleep.

Relationship of Stress and Aging
Chronic stress and anxiety are the greatest threats to our health and longevity and are estimated to affect nearly one-third of the population, and even more so in the elderly. Overactivation of the adrenal gland caused by stress can lead to many cognitive, physical, emotional, and behavioral consequences. Being in a prolonged sympathetic state with excess production of cortisol and adrenaline can drastically reduce immune function, induce inflammation, alter sleep, and throw off autonomic nervous system balance, all of which lead to faster aging. Studies have also demonstrated that high levels of cortisol, a result of chronic stress, are associated with shortened DNA telomeres. DNA telomeres are the ends of the chromosomes that keep them from deteriorating. When shortened, they will no longer be able to keep chromosomes intact; this causes cells to die or stop dividing, thus resulting in accelerated aging – this is most apparent in wrinkles or skin spots.

Relationship of Inflammation and Aging
Chronic inflammation has been associated with the development of many age-related diseases like cancer, diabetes, obesity, and neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimers. Inflammation is the process by which immune cells are recruited to a site of injury or infection. Short-term, this is necessary for repairing tissues and clearing infections, however, chronically, the inflammatory proteins can begin to damage the body. As you age, there is less control over the inflammatory process. You have fewer mediator proteins to clear up increased levels of inflammatory proteins which propagates the development of age-related symptoms and diseases. It is also one of the reasons that healing is less efficient as you age and muscle soreness lingers longer after exertion.

Relationship of Sleep and Aging
Lack of sleep causes a multitude of problems to your health and will only cause you to age faster. As you get older, your sleep becomes more and more disrupted. You sleep less, and not as deeply. Daytime fatigue, sleep apnea, and insomnia are all more prevalent as we age. Studies have suggested that chemical imbalances and circadian dysfunction change the sleep cycle, and loss of blood vessels throughout the brain interfere with the generation of slower brain waves which is necessary in deep sleep. These diverse changes occur naturally in the aging brain, and sometimes more dramatically in neurodegenerative diseases, which will disrupt sleep. Additionally, poor sleep further propagates these neurological imbalances, creating a dangerous cycle and leading to consequential cognitive decline. It is a positive feedback loop that serves you no benefit as you age.

Can NuCalm Slow Aging?
NuCalm is all-natural, patented, and clinically proven neuroscience that quickly resolves stress for your mind and body, allowing you to put the brakes on aging.

Stress should be your primary target for anti-aging and eliminating it is what NuCalm was designed for. NuCalm entrains your brainwave patterns into the Alpha-Theta range where deep relaxation and meditation occur. It interferes with the stress response networks within the brain to lighten the load on the adrenal gland and restore optimal function. NuCalm kickstarts our parasympathetic response which allows for optimal rest and repair which reduces cortisol in the body and can slow the rate at which telomeres shorten and cells age.

NuCalm suspends the body in parasympathetic nervous system dominance to idle in its optimal healing state. With this greater autonomic balance, your body’s biological systems will operate with optimal efficiency, meaning the inflammatory response will clear up faster and recovery will happen sooner.

NuCalm can help reduce sleep disruptions and sleep/age-related changes in the brain. NuCalm can help reset neurotransmitter and hormonal balance as well as circadian rhythms – to help you get to sleep and stay asleep. During a NuCalm session, diaphragmatic deep breathing occurs which allows for maximum oxygen to reach the brain thereby possibly slowing neurodegeneration and promoting slow-wave brainwave patterns that are essential for restorative nighttime sleep.

Leading a healthier lifestyle is the number one way to slow aging and feel younger longer. Since chronic stress interferes with the healthy lifestyle you wish to lead – cut it out with NuCalm.

External Links:

Telomere Shortening and Mood Disorders: Preliminary Support for a Chronic Stress Model of Accelerated Aging:
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0006322306001363

Mechanisms linking circadian clocks, sleep, and neurodegeneration:
https://science.sciencemag.org/content/354/6315/1004.abstract