With every passing day the percentage of toxins are on the rise in gar’gan’tu’an, around us. They are in the air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, and they are at home, at work, at school and in our neighborhoods. With the rise in consumption of fried and fatty foods, processed and fast food, as well as sugars, the liver is left exhausted. Other factors that can break down this natural detoxification process and make it slower and more sluggish include sickness, diseases, legal and illegal drugs, alcohol, smoking,stress and even consuming too much food.
The liver works tirelessly to keep the body as clean and healthy as possible by preventing harmful toxins from finding their way into the bloodstream. This dangerous accumulation if left ignored can give way to any number of health issues. This is why body detox is such a significant element of remaining in good health. Exercise is the easiest way to detox.
As you exercise, the blood circulates throughout the body, bringing nutrients to all the organs and muscles. Exercise helps lymph fluids circulate through the body, which removes toxins and other harmful materials. When exercising you breathe deeply and take in more oxygen, which helps all the cells to perform their jobs, including removing toxins. At the same time you exhale carbon dioxide, which is a by’product of the various functions performed by the body. As you do aerobic exercise you build up sweat and toxins are released through the pores of the skin. Exercising also helps you to lose weight by reducing the amount of fatty tissues in the body. As the fatty tissues grow smaller the toxins stored in fat are released into the body.
Exercises Suitable for Detox
Sparing 30’45 min out of 1440 min a day can go a long way to keep your body off the toxic effect. If action is not taken, things deteriorate and ironically, the toxin stand a chance to multiply in your body leaving the liver exhausted and burnt out.
Walking, jogging, trampoline exercise, aerobics and swimming have been found to be really helpful in the detoxification process. Start off with 15 min and slowly build up on time if you are a beginner. These exercises increase your body temperature, thereby making you sweat. Select a form of exercise you enjoy. Removal of stress makes the detoxification process simpler and more pleasant.
If you like to dance, especially up’beat dances like salsa or belly dance, you can do a detox while dancing at the same time. Who said you must run for some kilometers to remove toxins from your body? Dancing can do it! It can also relief your stress.
In addition to cardiovascular exercise, exercise of the muscles in your stomach and mid’section (the core), help your key elimination organs (colon, kidneys, and liver) maintain good health. In addition to the colon cleanse routine, adding a variety of stomach crunches and twists helps to massage your colon and other elimination organs, and also helps strengthen the muscles around these vital organs.
When you follow a regular exercise routine, especially one that you enjoy doing like swimming or aerobics, you feel brisker than before, you don’t get tired too easily and you have constant energy and enthusiasm to work and enjoy living. This is because there’s a drastic reduction in the toxins level in your body. Toxins are generally a major reason for weakness, fatigue and ennui.
Our body is a super’machine that has amazing capabilities to heal itself. All we have to do is, assist the body in finding its own nature healing regime. The right kind of diet, abstinence and activities go a long way in keeping the body in tip’top condition.
- Your body absorbs some amounts of chlorine when swimming in chlorinated pools and this increase the toxic load on your body. Try to swim in a pool that uses ozone to cleanse the water.
- If you cycle, make sure to avoid areas with heavy traffic. If the automobiles do not get you, their exhaust fumes might.
- If you walk, try and keep a brisk pace.
- If you feel pain anywhere, then STOP immediately.
The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.