Loneliness and solitude mean differently

2022-07-11 18:24

An enzyme is a polymer's organic compound, produced in the activity between microorganisms with plants and animals. Existing inside the cell, it works as a catalyst for various chemical reactions that are involved in sustaining life, and even when it is separated from the cell system, it does not lose that function. This principle allows for the extraction of enzymes from the cell.

Enzymes digest and absorb the nutrients received from the outside to generate energy and are involved in the functions of removing worn parts inside the body and making new ones.
The human body is compos approximately 60 trillion to 100 trillion cells, and enzymes are also what produce these cells.
According to the enzyme theory - protein, vitamines, minerals, pH levels, humidity and body temperature al need to be well-balanced for the enzymes to produce cells.

Kimchi has a living abundance of enzymes but kimchi stew has no enzymes. Raw fish can be pickled but cooked cooked fish wil not ferment naturally. Enzymes exist in raw vegetables and raw fish but there are not enzymes in cooked vegetables or meat.

The human body will inevitably need to expend more enzymes from inside the body to digest cooked food in which the food's original enzymes have been depleted.

As society continues to modernize, people are focusing on finding viruses and bacteria that are invisible to the naked eye. Many scholars recommend that people cook food for the purpose of killing bacteria.

Disease-causing bacteria may die when food is cooked but this also kills the enzymes that help defeat disease.
Rather than avoiding disease, the human body could face it head on and gain the strength to fight disease. Ignoring this fact, health is handled narrowly by scientific standards, and the modern person suffers from chronic enzyme deficiency.

Enzymes cannot survive high heat but they also cannot activate in the cold. When the body is ill, it develops a fever as part of a homeostasis function in order to expel pathogens.
Muscles are the body's largest heating system, and the muscles' existence alone helps enzyme activity. People who exercise consistently have warmer bodies and fewer illnesses.

As society becomes endlessly competitive, the environment around us transforms at a rapid pace. The modern person suffers from extreme stress in order to adjust. Stress generates lactic acid and pyruvic acid which are products of fatigue and can trigger the blood to acidify. As enzymes are most active when body fluid is lightly alkalescent (pH 7.35), very stressful situations inevitably weaken enzyme activity.

Continuing stress is another cause that can lower body temperature.

This leads to an imbalance of hormones, and the endocrine system goes into chaos. The enzyme's role is pivotal in normalizing a body in turmoil but as body temperature drops for one reason after another, the enzymes have no way to activate.The metabolic system becomes a vicious path of falling dominos.

As we attempt to raise the body's temperature through exercise, we must also take pleasure in it. If exercise is also a cause of stress, no matter how much effort we exert, a healthy lifestyle becomes impossible to achieve.

We should also be wary of social gatherings to drink after a hiking or golfing trip. If we start eating meat with the alcohol, large amounts of enzymes will be wasted and the exercise becomes ineffective.

Loud voices, disputes, or debates that occur during a drinking social also lead to harming the peace in a person's spirit. Then the nagging that follows when one comes home after a night of drinking continues to exhaust the heart and body.

The lonelier someone is, the greater the tendency for that person to socialize with other people to reduce stress. However, let us remember true peace comes from taking quiet time alone. “Loneliness” and “solitude” are different

Loneliness occurs in passivity, but solitude is gained actively. Simply the "courage” to be alone can overcome loneliness. This is why healthy people enjoy meditation. In order to preserve one's enzymes, it is important to warm the temperatures of the body as well as the spirit.