Staying on the mountain from 1000 m and a lot of forest refreshes all organs

Staying on the mountain from 1000 m and a lot of forest refreshes all organs
Climate affects the autonomic nervous system, which controls the work of the endocrine glands. That is why the southern hot temperament and cold peoples of the north are mentioned. Today’s pace of life burdens the autonomic nervous system and the work of the endocrine glands. Balance is the basis for the normal state of all organs in the body. However, many people think little about resting places and factors that favorably affect the work of all organs. A certain form of vacation is already changing the environment and lifestyle. Rest should be a combination of recreation and treatment that achieves a medical effect.

  1. Vacation in sea areas gives a lot of sun, activities in sea water and inhalation of sea air (which contains a lot of iodine). People sometimes suffer from insomnia due to the hot summer air. The autonomic nervous system after resting at sea has not fully restored normal tension and the glands often remain disturbed. The amount of calcium in the blood also decreases as a result of excessive sun exposure and increased thyroid function. Then you should stop sunbathing and use calcium supplements and vitamin C.
  2. Holidays in the mountains, especially at an altitude of more than 1000 meters with a lot of forest, have a much more favorable effect on the vegetative nervous system. It is necessary to spend 2 to 3 weeks of rest in the mountains to cause an altitude reaction. The altitude reaction consists of an increase in the number of red blood cells, and all other organs in the body that are receiving more oxygen, are refreshed and function better are connected with that. The autonomic nervous system more easily restores normal tension and helps to restore hormonal balance. In the mountains, sleeping is great and there is almost no insomnia.

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