How about the title to this post – why do people die? It was inspired by my interview today posted above on Parkinsons Recovery Radio with Willem Visser, a craniosacral therapist. Now, a big part of his presentation was to explain more about what craniosacral therapy is and why it helps with symptoms of Parkinsonâ€™s disease. Some of you who receive regular craniosacral treatments may well conclude that you do not need to take 30 minutes out of your day to listen to this particular Parkinsons Recovery interview that I hosted today.
Well, might I encourage you to listen anyway. Why? Willem summarizes the work ofÂ Aubrey de Grey, an engineer, who is now focused on answering the question posted in the title above.Â Now, the interesting twist to Aubrey de Greyâ€™s work is that he argues it is possible to live very long lives â€“ up to 200 to 300 years. How could that be possible?
Listen to the interview. Your interest will be tickled too. (hint: it all has to do with cellular death).
Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease