Your body is receptive to harmful environmental pollution, which is why our bodies are in constant flux, as old cells are discarded and new ones generated in their place. Each type of cells has its own turnover time, depending in part on the workload endured by its cells. Adult stem cells are at the core of your body’s natural renewal system; 50 to 70 million cells are discarded and replaced daily.
The inside of our body resembles a trauma hospital, taking care of our immediate health needs, 24-7. Never asking for a day off or complaining that it’s working too hard. When you look at yourself in a mirror and see that your eyes and skin seem to look healthy, it’s the way your body thanks you for taking care of yourself.
As aging becomes more apparent, we are at odds, because our mind wants to fantasize about living better, eating more and working harder without time to rest properly. Now our life must deal with unrealistic expectations of stress. After a time, our body begins to fail. We start to age faster and notice small signs of aging, because our body lacks rest and fresh water. Lack of water to the brain can cause numerous symptoms including problems with focus, memory, brain fatigue and brain fog, as well as headaches, sleep issues, anger and depression.
Living this lifestyle is harmful to your body when trying to recover and the body’s ability to heal our organs and calm our emotions as they become overtasked and challenged. When we are younger we expect to live forever, but as we grow older, our body begins to show signs of fragility and we need to start listening to the subtle signs our body tells us.
This event is the aging process and every human will experience it. We cannot escape it and some people can’t or won’t deal with the aging process, which left unchecked will eventually cause irreversible health problems.
The human body is an incredible creation
With the union of sperm and ovum in the womb of woman, the fetus begins to differentiate into all manner of cells necessary to build the complicated tissues, organs, and systems of the physical human body.
There are thousands of complicated operations working in our bodies every moment of our lives. We have 70 trillion cells each containing 10,000 more molecules than the Milky Way has stars ─ all working in harmony with each other.
The DNA in the nucleus of one human cell is a thread that measures 2 yards by 10 atoms a billion times longer than it is wide. The nucleus of a cell is equivalent in volume to 2-millionths of a pinhead. Two yards of this DNA packs into the cell by coiling itself endlessly on itself.
The various tissues, organs, and systems of the body are miraculous. Let us consider perhaps the most impressive of all. Your heart is a fantastic pump that beats 100,000 times every 24 hours pumping 6,300 gallons of blood per day through 96,000 miles of blood vessels.
Your heart beats tirelessly every moment of your life from your early days in your mother’s womb to the end of this lifetime.
Can you even conceive of any of the very latest machinery that could ever match that power, consistency, and constancy? It’s mind boggling!
Your physical body is a miracle.