Daily exercise helps to stay strong and healthy. This lowers the risk of obesity, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and even cancer. If that wasn’t enough, staying active can boost self-esteem, improve sleep, and gives more energy. Government guidelines recommend that older adults do 150 minutes of moderate intensity activity per week, as well as strengthening exercises twice a week. For people who are serious with there life and health at least 60 – 90 minutes, a day of moderate to harder level is advised with/under control of established specialists. In all honesty here one remark is at the place: established specialist are people with life experience, an easy to check the record of personal performance and of appropriate age (over 40 at least but preferred over 50).
Build on strength, not weakness
People age due to their strength, they die because of a weakness. The power of life is as it says, a power. When reviewing power as an electrical current it refers to a collection of force greater than its surrounding. In each body, there are strong and weaker organs. Each of these organs has a function. It is important to know which organ is strong and which one weaker. This can be measured by the electrical current of this organ. But what to do with the outcome? Does it matter to know the strength of each organ?
Aging is a process of the entire body. The weak and strong parts. When improving the power(s) of the stronger parts the weaker parts will move up in power level also. Improving the power organs reflects directly to all other parts of the body. This is only right when it concerns major organs. If the small organs are strong but the heart is weak, the overall body is weak. Organs and tissues are divided into levels of importance. There is a list of vital organs, supporting and following organs. Each has its priority in the functioning of the body on its own level.
The major organs of the body are:
1. The brain, this is the master organ and needs to be kept in good condition
2. Muscles. All over the body are muscles which are vitally important for all functioning.
3. Heart & lungs provide the needed food for the muscles
4. Liver & kidneys are the cleaners and provide vital hormones and enzymes
5. Stomach & intestines provide the food to fuel all former processes
6. Bones & joints keep the body upright moving and supply of red blood cells
7. An endocrine system which delivers all vital development and repair coordinators
8. All smaller organs and tissues
Every person has strong and weaker parts. If the difference is small there is no problem. A real problem occurs when the electrical and function becomes so low that there is a larger difference between the organs and tissues. A strong current difference weakens the stronger organs.
There are different methods to measure the different current levels and it is possible to improve the strength to become stronger and the weak to improve. When keeping the current different small it is possible to improve health and reach a higher age.