“What I do may sound extreme, but I’m trying to prove that self-harm and decay are not inevitable,” Johnson told the outlet. Bryan Johnson, 45, spends $2 million a year to make his body function as it did when he was 18 years old. Johnson told Bloomberg News he was overweight, depressed, and nearly suicidal — a result of an accumulation of stress and working long hours. There is no person in the world who is 45 chronologically but 35 in every organ,” Zolman told Bloomberg News. Bryan Johnson/BlueprintJohnson wants to reset his body so his organs function as if he were 18 years of age.