P4 explain two theories of ageing
M2 discuss two major theories of ageing in relation to the development of Andy
Theories of ageing
Ageing does not begin at a certain age, as people age throughout their lives. There are many changes relating to age that are a continuous part of physical changes often in a response to external events for example, arthritis ,may result from a sports injury gained in an earlier life stage. There are many theories to ageing however you may find that they overlap beliefs. However, they usually fall in two main categories which are; Biological Theories and Psychosocial Theories
Biological Theories – Cellular Ageing
The human cells can be renewed frequently for example the skin cell, whereas the nerve cells are long lived. There are many characteristics of older cells which include; the appearance of protein and lipofuscin this is what slows down the cellular process.an increase in cell organelles called lysosomes, which contain enzymes that break down cells. However, an increased number of abnormal chromosomes because of damaged DNA. Beauty products now make us believe that it will slow down the ageing of our skin, however scientist have proven that by consuming fruit and vegetables which contain antioxidant we can protect our cells against oxidants that can damage our DNA. If Andy was not to eat as many vegetables as he should he may start to look older than he actually is. If he was to moisturise and not eat as many vegetables, he may not see a change to his skin. However this could also be connected to his genes because if his mam and dad were to have loads of wrinkles, it is likely he will get just as much as them when he gets older.
Psychosocial Theories –Activity Theory
Andy Brown led a pretty active life because of all the gigs and travelling he did when he was on stage he will have been jumping about and going by the chorography he was given. He also loved to play football when he was little and later on in life he...