What to do to be healthy?
Loreal the Nobel prize in physics J. Rainwater, emphasizing the individual’s responsibility for their own health, spoke as follows: “what health is each of us depends largely on our behavior in the past – from how we breathe and move, as we ate, which preferred thoughts and attitudes. Today we determine our health in the future. We ourselves are responsible for it!”.
A person should shift its focus from treating disease to care about his health.
You need to understand that the cause of ill health is first of all not in a bad food, uncomfortable life, environment pollution, lack of proper medical care, and the indifference of man to himself, in the release thanks to human civilizationfrom effort on them, which resulted in the destruction of the body’s defenses. Continue reading
Caffeine that stimulates the Central nervous system contained in the fruit of the coffee tree, is often used by athletes before the start. However, an overdose of coffee can lead to a positive result on a doping control.
Coffee is a widespread addiction. The stimulating properties of caffeine, this drink is used by many athletes. And here it should be mentioned that coffee is not always useful for an athlete. It is connected with restorative processes. The fact is that drinking coffee causes a dramatic increase in the blood of a particular protein – homocysteine. Daily
consumption of 3 cups of coffee homocysteine levels become chronically elevated. In itself it is fraught with the conversion of oxygen molecules, which interact with homocysteine, free radicals.
Athletes carrying heavy physical exertion are well aware of the destructive effects of free radicals. Continue reading
There are two types of adaptation — term and long-term.
Short-term adaptation represents the complex reactions that occur in direct response to the action of the stimulus. It is implemented on the basis of mechanisms, the new programs thus formed. The main distinguishing features of urgent adaptation is on the one hand – substantial consumption of resources and the relatively low efficiency of
the reaction. In other words, short-term adaptation is imperfect. Example, running an untrained person. When this occurs close to the limit activation of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, the maximum mobilization of glycogen in the liver. Rapid accumulation of lactic acid in the blood limits the intensity of physical activity musculoskeletal reaction can be neither fast enough nor long enough. Continue reading