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Aging simulation suit

aging simulation suit
aging simulation suit
aging simulation suit
aging simulation suit
aging simulation suit
aging simulation suit
aging simulation suit
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THE SIMULATION OF AGING We offer you to feel and understand the effects of aging thanks to our combination of aging simulations in order to improve the living conditions of the old persons. THE AGING PROCESS Understanding the aging process by simulation The lens of the eye begins to age from the age of 11. The different physiological systems (vascular, cardiac, cerebral, neurosensory and bone) gets old from 18-20 years : Respiratory function is greatly reduced with age High blood pressure increases with age and arteriosclerosis appears Bone aging, osteoporosis and osteomalacia Joint aging characterized by osteoarthritis Muscle aging ( decrease in muscle strength ). Difficulty in repeating effort, decrease in strength, endurance, resistance, speed, flexibility and coordination of movements. Sarcopenia is a progressive loss of muscle mass associated with aging. Its prevalence is high, between 10% and 24% of the population aged 65 to 70 years and up to more than 30% after 80 years. Functionally, it is important to consider the loss of muscle power as it is involved in many basic activities important such as sit-stand transfer, climbing stairs or simply walking. In an imbalance, muscle distrust is often an aggravating factor for falls with medical consequences. Decreased perceptual abilities, including impaired hearing and vision, disturb the balance of the body and cause instability of posture. OUR SIMULATION SOLUTIONS AGING

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