Physiology Facts

Physiology researches is very important for human science and public health.

Circadian rhythm,Seasonal Depression, Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Seasonal Depression Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Seasonal depression is dominating the northern part of Europe and the USA and the whole of Canada, in the winter. The seasonal affective disorder is a condition in which individuals experience recurrent depression during the fall/winter. In some places like in the United States, Canada, Norway, Finland, and Sweden, will observe daylight saving time. Shorter …

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Stress, "a rich man who treating his stress" Social Stratification and Health Inequality- Stress and Depression

Social Stratification and Health Inequality- Stress and Depression

Stress! Stressful life events have been linked to heart disease, diabetes, cancers, stroke, fetal death during pregnancy, low birth weight in offspring, and major depression. Stress and stress management affect health. What did it look like in the past? What has changed? How does stress affect you? Where did stress come from? How to change …

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Smoking from the perspectives of biological process, life course and social context

Smoking and Life Course

Smoking from the perspectives of biological process, life course and social context   Context The pathway of life course affected often by many involves factors such as society, neighbourhood, family, individual, area, the physiological, psychological, and cellular levels, and ultimately the social exposures. Smoking in the life course is associated with one or more factors …

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Human Growth Hormone

Human Growth Hormone Roles and The Right Dose

Human growth hormone (HGH) Human growth hormone (HGH) plays a crucial role and is an essential hormone for the growth of bones and muscle development. Besides, it has important regulatory effects on carbohydrate, protein, and lipid metabolism at all stages of life. HGH is secreted by the anterior pituitary gland and travels through the blood …

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Brain Atrophy

Brain Atrophy

Brain atrophy or Cerebral atrophy is a brain disease that refers to the wasting of brain tissue and nerve cells. When nerve cells and brain cells die, the body loses functions and that leads to death. The adult human brain contains about 85-86 billion neurons. To maintain these cells, we need a good lifestyle including …

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Doping in Bodybuilding and Fitness Competitions

Doping in Bodybuilding and Fitness competitions

Doping is defined by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) as the use of a substance or method that is dangerous for the athlete’s health and/or improves the athlete’s performance. Many federations prohibit doping, but most federations are not serious about doping control, because they want to attract athletes and to raise the quality of their …

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Diseases and injuries at the Gyms

Diseases and injuries in the sports industry are a crucial issue that affects performance in general. Many practitioners suffer from diseases and injuries due to lack of proper instructions or bad environment in the gym such as cleanliness or bad ventilation. Administration in the gym must always take this into consideration by identifying the risks to prevent the occurrence of injuries and diseases of athletes. In gyms there are free weights stations, aerobic training machines and jumping stations. Such a gym must not forget Instructions, technique, proper execution and saving resources, as well as the cleanliness and ventilation of the gym are crucial factors for preventing infections and diseases. Administration in the gym must always take this into account. Here are some examples of injuries and diseases that may affect practitioners and how to take security measures: Adequate space to prevent injury, for example, exercise with free weights requires a certain area to be carried out and especially when it comes to exercises like jerk lift and squat. Always make sure that there is enough space to carry out the exercise safely without coming into contact with objects or other visitors.

Ligament Injuries

According to a study 20-25% of all sports-related injuries are on the ligament on the outside of the ankle. The injury mechanism often occurs when the foot is inverted and in the plantar flexion position. This can happen, for example, when athletes jump or make roller jump. The damage can be avoided by fixing a special place for jumping with an applied surface. In addition, there must always be a “gym box” containing, for example, elastic bandages and patches,

Tahina-sesame, Nutrition, Food, What is Fat and Which is The Best Source

Fatty Acids Which is The Best Source

Fatty acids known also as fat, there are three types of lipoproteins. low density lipoprotein (LDL) Saturated. The LDL cholesterol is called also “bad cholesterol”. High density lipoprotein (HDL) Monounsaturated or Polyunsaturated. The HDL cholesterol is called “Good cholesterol”. Trans unsaturated fatty acids, (Trans fat) The dangerous fat for the body. Fatty Acids Molecule Fatty …

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How Carbohydrates Affect The Body

Carbohydrates have different types, simple and compound carbohydrates. Simple sugars consist of monosaccharides which consist of a monomer such as Glucose, Galactose, and Fructose. Simple sugars quickly absorb into the bloodstream providing a quick rush of energy. Unlike simple sugars, complex carbohydrates, also known as complex sugars, require more work to metabolize due to the …

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Minerals and water, their function and importance to the human body

Minerals and water, their function and importance to the human body

Minerals make up 0.01% of the body mass and are important for health, Minerals come from water, food, and soil, just like iron, zinc, selenium, copper, and magnesium. Iron works as oxygen transporter and the absence of iron leads to anaemia. Zinc is important for protein synthesis, the absence of zinc inhibits growth and zinc …

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