Monday, 14 May 2018

19 Facts About Your Body And Health You Probably Didn’t Know



I would predict that since you are reading this iGalen blog post, you are a person who is geared toward understanding your body and your health. You surely want to use available resources to feel and look younger, have more energy and live a longer and more productive life.

You know, that is the mission behind iGalen… To help humans live a magnificent life. When first starting iGalen, a vision was developed. It reads:

Our vision has been to live in a world of minimized and managed inflammation, leading to improved health and prolonged useful life.

We have found that as people learn more about their health and their bodies, the more they get inspired to take care of them. So in today’s post, I want to share a plethora of facts about our bodies and our health. Facts that many people do not know.

I implore you to share this with everyone. Let’s send it viral to help inspire the human race to seek and find good health.


Thanks for doing your part, now here are 19 facts about your body and health.


#1 Fact About Your Body And Health: Sleep Or Eat?



If you were in a position where you could not sleep or eat, you will not die from starvation. The lack of sleep will kill you first.

Sleep is an important part of living. It is recommended you get 7 to 8 hours of good sleep every 24 hours.



#2 Fact About Your Body And Health: Coffee Helps


I love my coffee and after discovering this fact, I think I love it even more.

The Harvard School of Public Health did a study and discovered that 4 cups of coffee per day lowers the risks of depression substantially.


#3 Fact About Your Body And Health: One Hair Strand Is Strong


Have you ever found one of your hairs in the comb or brush and tried to break it? Good luck with that!

Scientists have found that one human hair can hold the weight of an apple.


#4 Fact About Your Body And Health: Salt Water Can Ward Off Allergies


Go near the ocean when your allergies are ablaze and the effects will dissipate. Breathing in that salty mist helps. But what about people who don’t live near the ocean? Just simply rinse your nose with salt water and it helps keep you free of those allergy symptoms.


#5 Fact About Your Body And Health: Work While You Sleep?


It seems odd but, our brains are often more active when we are sleeping than when we are awake.

If only we could do those difficult assignments while sleeping.


#6 Fact About Your Body And Health: Cells And Atoms


We often hear health experts talk about cells dying and replenishing those cells. But do you have any idea how many cells are in your body? The answer is 37 Trillion.

How many atoms are in your body? The count comes to approximately 7 octillion give or take 1 or 2. If you're wondering how many 0s are in an Octillion, it is 27.


#7 Fact About Your Body And Health: The Smallest Bone In Your Body

The smallest bone in your body is in your ear. The middle ear has 3 small bones and the one called the Stapes is the smallest bone in your body.


#8 Fact About Your Body And Health: Should You Kiss Or Shake Hands?

Ooooh, I’ll get germs!
Yes, a lot more germs when you shake hands than when you kiss.


#9 Fact About Your Body And Health: Hot Can Make You Cool


It seems counterproductive, but when you are extremely hot and think that cold glass of lemonade will make you cool down, you will cool down quicker by drinking hot tea, coffee or chocolate.

What happens is the hot drink actually causes you to sweat more. And sweat is what will cool you down.


#10 Fact About Your Body And Health: If Only We Could Work Out As Well As Our Blood Does Daily


Have you ever run a marathon? How far?

Well, your blood runs the longest marathon ever daily. Every day, your blood runs just under 12,000 miles.

That’s quite a run.


#11 Fact About Your Body And Health: That Little Guy Is Very Important


Sometimes powerful things come in small sizes. Consider your pinky finger. If you did not have your pinky finger, you would lose about 50% of the strength in your hand. So safeguard it when working with power tools or anything that could damage this small finger.


#12 Fact About Your Body And Health: Always Swimming


It sometimes baffles me why any human is afraid of water. If you know anyone that is, show them this fact: 80% of the human brain is water.


#13 Fact About Your Body And Health: The Hard Working Heart


I mentioned earlier how far your blood runs daily, but did you know its “coach” works hard ensuring that it can go the distance? The “coach” I speak of is the heart. In a year’s time, the heart beats 35,000,000 times.


#14 Fact About Your Body And Health: It’s A Stretch

This is one amazing fact!

If every single DNA strand was pulled from your body, uncoiled and stretched out, it would go for approximately 10 billion miles. If that sounds incoherent, it would reach from Earth to the planet Pluto and back.


#15 Fact About Your Body And Health: You Are A Walking Encyclopedia


Your brain is capable of holding more than 5 times the information in any encyclopedia. So you are walking around with an extremely powerful computer on your shoulders. But, are you utilizing all that data you have stored?


#16 Fact About Your Body And Health: All We Eat


An average person living an average length of life consumes approximately 35 tons of food. To put that in perspective, a male African bush elephant weighs about 6 ½ tons.


#17 Fact About Your Body And Health: The Hardest


I told you what the smallest bone in the human body is, but do you know what the hardest bone is?

The human jawbone is the hardest bone in homo sapiens.


#18 Fact About Your Body And Health: A Caterpillar Is More Muscular


The human body has over 600 muscles. But what's amazing is that we have fewer muscles than a caterpillar.


#19 Fact About Your Body And Health: The Large Is Big But The Small Is Bigger


If you were to pull the large and small intestines from an average human, the large intestine would measure about 6 feet long. The small intestines will measure around 21 feet.


Conclusion


So did you know any of these facts? It is important that we understand our bodies and how we are made.

The scientists and researchers at iGalen have spent countless hours, days, weeks and months gaining an understanding of the human body to develop products that will be beneficial to both health and welfare.

One of those products, Klamax, provides a huge range of benefits:

  • Skin maintenance and repair 
  • Cardiovascular health 
  • Improved immune system 
  • Maintenance and repair of stem cells 
  • Normalization of oxidation and inflammation 
  • Stress Relief 
  • Improved energy and sex drive 
  • Improved intelligence and mental energy 
  • Prevention of degenerative diseases 
  • Normalization of inflammation 

To know and understand more about what Klamax is and how it can help you, I suggest you visit this link.

I mentioned sharing these facts with your friends and family earlier. You can also go further. The opportunity is before you. You can join the iGalen team and help your financial situation, as well as helping people get healthy.

Learn more about the opportunity here.

We are glad you took the time to read these facts today. Please share them with others.

Thank you and have a fantastic day!

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