Muscles are the body's built-in heaters

2022-07-11 18:46
The heart's pumping activity sends blood throughout the body but unfortunately does not have the ability to bring blood back to the heart. The blood that has spread throughout the body needs a different pump to return to the heart. Muscles and valves in the vein do this work.

Two-thirds(2/3) of the body's muscles are located in the lower body. The leg muscles develop if we walk a lot, making it easier to scoop up the blood that is far away from the heart by relaxing and contracting the muscles.

Patients with varicose veins have been increasing recently. Varicose veins indicate an illness that occurs as venous blood that must travel upward to the heart flows in reverse due to an abnormality in the valve function. The veins appear transparent or protrude in a twisted formation as visible to the naked eye, and can be accompanied by pain, swelling, and sometimes blood clots.

The veins protrude because they have expanded due to reverse flow and low flow, putting pressure on the surrounding muscles. People often seek out surgical procedures because of their appearance, but it is impossible to cure fully from the outside.

Varicose veins are a metabolic illness. Therefore, most importantly, blood circulation must be normalized. If one boosts metabolic activity with fasting, and also gets the blood pumping effectively by increasing muscle mass, he or she can prevent the veins from protruding and even cause the veins that have protruded to reverse.

Additionally, when muscle mass increases through muscle strengthening exercises, the body's calorie usage increases. Being the body's main heating system, muscles consume a significant portion (approximately 60%) of calories in the body. People with little muscle struggle to lose weight despite doing aerobic exercises, but people with a lot of muscle tend to burn fat cells effectively with just a little movement.

When a person is stressed, blood acidifies and starts to steal calcium from the bones but this lessens when the body has a lot of muscle because muscles create balance in the body.

Among people of the same weight, the person with more developed muscles will appear thinner because the density differential between muscle a body fat is around 30%. If people are the same weight at the same height, the person with more fat appears chubbier than the person with more muscle who may appear slim. A person with a fit body form may weigh 4.4-11 pounds(2-5 kg) more than appearances suggest.

When muscle mass increase, the basal metabolism increases, and therefore, even when that person eats a full meal, their body type will not gain weight easily. Basal metabolism is the base amount of energy that the body usess to maintain life before much body movement.

Dieting becomes ineffective when basal metabolism decreases, and the weight returns when fasting stops, a condition called the yo-yo effect. The yo-yo effect is a side effect of dieting that appears when body fat has not decreased and only muscle mass has decreased.

In order to prevent the yo-yo effect, one must attempt a selective weigh reduction of body fat through examining and analyzing body composition. Any diet, when unaccompanied by exercise, will inevitably result in decreased muscle mass.
Also, one must eat food with plenty of enzymes in order to maximize the activity of cryptic-enzymes in the body. Enzymes will selectively eliminate the fatty matter in the blood and block the reduction of muscles.

Instead of spending money to go to the gym, I prefer to take walks with a happy heart. Rather than pushing through tiresome workouts at the gym, walking 10,000 steps in clean air under the sun is more beneficial to the body. Meditation occurs naturally while walking and can spark the wisdom and creativity of life.