How long should I diet to lose weight before a competition or an important event? How do I deal with the constant brutal death?
People always want to get everything in one fell swoop. And diet is no exception. This mentality pushes bodybilders on strict and unbalanced diets that will supposedly relieve them from fat. Is this a reasonable approach? Almost all will say no, but the situation is trickier than it seems. Let’s start with the basics. Usually for weight loss need to decrease calorie intake and do cardio workouts. However, this will lead not only to fat loss
but also muscle. And (most interesting) when you reduce calories, your metabolism slows down, and the feeling of hunger becomes unbearable! This phenomenon is known as “the energy crisis” – the reaction of your body on an artificially created crisis situation, i.e. weight loss. Continue reading
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Before you begin to summarize this issue, I want You to look carefully at this table (Cm. table. 7).
Table 7. The cases of myocardial infarction in different occupational groups of the population of Moscow (in %)
As can be seen from table 7, people whose work is connected with mental activity, emotion, and electrical surges are significantly more susceptible
to cardiovascular disease. The data given known cardiologist A. Miasnikov, relevant, or more relevant in our time and in the future.
So, a few words about the emotional factor. Positive emotions – a feeling of Supreme happiness of man, without which the existence of the body could be under threat. In the period of emotional stress (positive emotional state) dramatically changes the functions and systems of the body. Adrenaline is released into the blood, increasing the gas exchange, decreasing almost all energy processes. Occurs a burst of energy, increases efficiency.
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Regular screening is not very popular, but they are necessary. When evaluating the results of laboratory studies, the physician is faced with a number of factors. It needs to consider the age, sex, physiological state (pregnancy, childbirth, menstrual cycle, menopause). However, there are factors that depend only on the patient, which may affect the laboratory results. Consider the most important of them.
To donate blood to conduct any analysis should be on an empty stomach, i.e. in 10-12 hours after the last meal (this time is required for digestion, absorption and assimilation of food by the body’s cells). This is a very important condition for the evaluation of metabolic processes.
Also, if you donate blood after meals, it will contain large amounts of fat (here the doctor is not fooled!), and the study will either be impossible or else the results will be heavily distorted. And this may lead to improper, unreasonable treatment.
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