The features of the process of breath during physical exertion. Exercise, actively influencing the development of the systems of respiration, circulation and metabolism.
The doctrine of human health. Components of human health.
Human life depends on the health status of the organism and the extent of the use of his psycho-physiological potential.
Health – normal psychosomatic condition of a person, reflecting his complete physical, mental and social well-being and ensure their implementation of employment, social and biological functions.
The most widespread currently got a functional approach when considering health. Its peculiarity lies in the individual’s ability to exercise its inherent biological and social functions, in particular, to perform socially useful labour, productive activity. Their loss is the most common and the most important for a person, family, society, the social impact of human diseases.
The origin of the disease has two sources Continue reading
In order to properly recover from intense workouts need to start to deal with all the destructive processes caused in the body loads.
1. Glycogen in the muscles.
In the course of intense workouts will Deplete the supply of carbohydrates (glycogen in the muscles). The body is designed so that in the first place, he would strive at any cost to restore this strategic reserve. If after training him not to help, the body will make up for it at the expense of
your muscles including.
After training opens a so-called “carbohydrate window” at this point, the body metabolizes carbohydrates is best. The task of the athlete to give him the carbs as soon as possible. You have about 30-40 minutes after a workout, it is best to do this immediately upon its completion. Continue reading
The human body has a unique ability to adapt to significant environmental fluctuations. In this and the previous Chapter, we considered the adaptive response of the organism to heat, cold, humidity, high and low atmospheric pressure.
Stay under water
A series of projects “CELEB” undertaken by the naval forces of the USA, allowed to be at a depth of 60 to 260 m to 30 days. To ensure the long stay under water was developed a special technique called saturation diving. It is based on the fact that at a given depth, the number of metabolically inactive gas (such as nitrogen) that can dissolve in body tissues is limited. During his stay in for 24 h in conditions of high pressure gases body tissues are saturated with nitrogen. After complete saturation of the fabric no longer absorb a significant amount of nitrogen, regardless of the length of stay at a given Continue reading