Can we walk a little?

The energy that is converted from the food we eat into seven levels (as essence and blood) is finally stored in the bone marrow. Bone marrow contributes like a root to recovery after a person falls ill and bleeds, the skin is dry, the flesh is loose and all the fat is dissolved.

The place where our life energy is stored is the bone marrow (plasma fluid). The quality of the blood produced depends on the quality of the bone marrow and the quality of the food eaten. Kidneys need to function at full capacity for bone strength and bone marrow quality. The ability of the kidney is the source of our body’s health, childbearing and child’s health care.

High blood pressure

The essence of food is absorbed by the liver in various steps like stomach, small intestine and large intestine. Immature cells in the marrow, stored in a nearly tube-like area in the center of the bone, and cells stored in the thymus gland are sent to the liver. From there, it goes to the spleen and after complete hematopoiesis, minerals are added to the kidney and the blood is pumped to the heart, oxygenated in the lungs.

This blood flow to the heart, which is uniform until early middle age, begins to deteriorate thereafter. It happens due to different types of waste that accumulate in the body. When the blood being pumped to the heart is less pure or the lungs are not getting enough oxygen, the kidneys have to pump at an extra speed than before. This extra speed is what we call hypertension.

The last stage is heart attack

We always associate blood pressure with the heart. We are prone to extreme fear. Fatty deposits in the blood vessels leading to the heart are the final stage. Before that in the above hierarchy are liver, spleen, stomach and small intestine respectively. Blood pressure starts increasing after all the organs like kidneys gradually fail.

Dizziness, palpitations, sudden sweating, and loss of overall body movement occur when blood pressure is elevated. Even now, instead of taking measures to increase the efficiency of the above organs, we only try to control high blood pressure through drugs.

Body fat

After excess fat is stored for the movement needs of the body, fat accumulates in the following stages such as inactive hips, back and abdomen. After all this, fat is deposited internally in the blood vessels. In addition, excessive mineral salts accumulated in the body are deposited in the vessels. This also causes an increase in blood pressure.

Instead of removing these fat and mineral deposits, we make the blood vessels expand in diameter, causing them to lose their natural elasticity over time. Apart from the constantly moving parts, it creates blockages in non-moving parts (head, legs). We usually think of such effects as some sort of non-hypertensive problem.

Need exercise

Today even the smallest movements have been curtailed in the name of luxuriating life. On the other hand, in addition to the energy burned, the habit of eating is also increasing. Due to these two contradictory habits the external structure of the human body is deteriorating day by day. Moreover, the functional capacity of internal organs also declines rapidly before middle age.

Therefore, it is necessary for everyone who is not involved in direct physical labor to exercise. Walking is an inexpensive exercise that anyone of any age or income group can do, and one of the most amazing exercises to do five days a week. Walking doesn’t mean you have to break a sweat and pant. A steady pace of 20 minutes to 40 minutes between 7:30 AM and bedtime (on a light stomach) is sufficient. Do not aim to melt body fat or excrete salts through sweat, but go for a walk with full satisfaction.

Let’s get refreshed

Regular physical activity can speed up lymph flow. As the lymphatic flow takes place throughout the body, the blood is completely returned to our earlobes and little toes. Only in uniform movement can all the cells of the body be refreshed daily. When the cells are rejuvenated, all the organs can perform their duties with full efficiency.

The goal of exercise should be to regulate body movement, not to burn calories, melt muscle, or deplete energy and create pain in the limbs. Instead the proper practice is to draw the energy inwards.

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