Manual for preserving the health of the organism
Preservation of teeth-teeth should be cleaned with a toothbrush and floss. Apple, pear and carrot keep a smile, clean teeth and protect teeth. Fiber-rich foods reduce the occurrence of periodontitis.
Eye preservation-smoking doubles the risk of age-related macular degeneration (retinal damage leading to blindness). Fish that live in cold waters are useful because they contain the most omega-3 fatty acids (herring and sardines). This helps the retina stay healthy and perform its function longer. Omega-3 fatty acids also prevent changes in blood vessels that cause diabetes.
Preserve your ears – stop listening to loud music. Hearing can be aggravated by frequent exposure to various noise sources.
Preservation of the heart – apnea is common (sleep apnea is accompanied by loud snoring and pauses in breathing) which reduces the oxygen supply to the blood. This leads to the collapse of the atria and pulmonary veins. If a person suspects apnea, excess weight should be eliminated.
Preservation of the liver- Liver cells come out of the machine after several rounds of alcohol. Such an organism can recover by drinking coffee and eating garlic.
Lung Preservation-Garlic is the best ally for lung preservation. Research in China shows that the risk of people who ate twice as little fresh garlic for lung cancer is 44% lower than people who do not use garlic. When a person bites a piece of garlic then this vegetable releases an allicin-chemical compound that kills bacteria.
Preserving the back — strengthening the back muscles is important because these muscles support the spine. Do squats with weights for good physical shape. Lie on your stomach. Stretch your arms and legs. Lift your arms and legs off the floor. Stay in this position as long as possible.
Preservation of blood vessels – blood rich in nutrients flows through the body through blood vessels. The total length of blood vessels is more than 96,000 kilometers. Physical activities keep this system in working order. Physical activity causes the arteries to dilate and narrow. This is important for even blood flow.
Preserving the ankles – train the ankles on an uneven surface. This strengthens the joints. When the legs feel uneven – the body tries to maintain balance and then the ankles work the most. Always exercise barefoot to intensify this effect.
Knee Preservation – Do joint exercises at least 3 times a week. This is how the joints get the nutrients. When you have long breaks in exercise, the joints get less synovial fluid (joint lubricant). Joints become dry with age. So do squats whenever possible.