Man Becomes 10 years Younger after 93 Days at Bottom of the Atlantic

Retired naval officer Joseph Dituri participated in a groundbreaking study that required him to stay underwater for over three months.

The study aimed to investigate the effects of living in a pressurized underwater environment on the human body. When Dituri emerged from his compact pod in the depths of the Atlantic Ocean, scientists were astonished to discover that he appeared ’10 years younger.’

Medical assessments revealed that Dituri’s telomeres, the DNA caps at the ends of chromosomes that typically shorten with age, had lengthened by 20 percent. Additionally, his stem cell count increased, and his overall health saw significant improvements.

Dituri also experienced better sleep quality, a 72-point reduction in cholesterol levels, and a 50 percent decrease in inflammatory markers. Doctors attributed these changes to the beneficial effects of the underwater pressure on the body.

Dituri later spoke about why people needed such experiences.

“You need one of these places that is cut off from outside activity. Send people down here for a two-week vacation, where they get their feet scrubbed, relax and can experience the benefit of hyperbaric medicine,” he was quoted as saying by Daily Mirror, a British tabloid.

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