2 lungs to breathe? (4)

The tears that flow out through special ducts from your eyes into your nose are very important!  They help to moistened and purify the air you breathe.  Also, they contain a germ-killing substance called “lysozyme“.

Again, we see the importance of maintaining a good nerve supply to the lungs, as the innate intelligence of the body uses the brain and nerve system to control and coordinate the respiratory system .

AMAZING ISN’T IT?

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2 lungs to breathe? (3)

If the air you breathe reached your lungs without being filtered, you wouldn’t live very long.  You lungs would quickly become clogged with dust since with every breath you take, you breathe in dust.  And that dust is also laden with toxic materials.  Yet, to prevent this, you also possess a marvelous filtering system in which tears, mucus and tiny hairs play a part.

This system also prevents the lungs from being scorched by hot air, or frozen by cold air.  In cold weather the innate intelligence of the body warm the air with that system.  In hot weather the innate intelligence of the body cools the air as it passes into your lungs.

AMAZING ISN’T IT?  

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2 lungs to breathe? (2)

With every breath you inhale, you breathe in 10 to the power 22 physical atoms which will become part of your brain, kidneys, spleen gallbladders, lungs, etc…  That’s an astronomical number of atoms!

Each time you exhale, you breathe out 10 to the power 22 physical atoms also, ridding yourself of parts of your brain, kidneys, heart, lungs, etc… so, we literally breathe each others’ body parts.  We are more intimately interconnected than we believe, physiologically and physically at least.

AMAZING ISN’T IT?

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2 lungs to breathe? (4)

Continuing to recover from hurricane “Sandy” we saw what happens when power is temporarily interrupted.  If your lungs were to lose some power, your filtering system would become clogged with dust because with every breath you take, you breathe in dust that is laden with toxic materials.  Yet, to prevent this, your filtering system is quite elaborate:  tears, mucus and tiny hair, all play a part.

This filtering system also prevents the lungs from being scorched by hot air, or frozen by cold air.  In cold weather the innate intelligence of the body warm the air.  In hot weather it cools the air as it passes into you lungs.

AMAZING ISN’T IT?

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2 lungs to breathe? (3)

If the air you breathe reached your lungs without being filtered, you wouldn’t live very long.  Your lungs would quickly become clogged with dust because with every breath you take, you breathe dust.  An that dust is also laden with toxic materials.

To prevent this, you possess a marvelous filtering system in which tears, mucus and tiny hairs play a part.  Nostrils, sinuses, tonsils, bronchi are a few of the filtering devices that comprise this system.

AMAZING ISN’T IT?

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2 lungs to breathe?

Every day your body uses about 90 gallons of pure oxygen.  To separate this gas from the air, the innate intelligence of the body uses your lungs.

The lungs contain 500,000,000 tiny air sacs with a surface area of 50 to 60 square MILES!  The walls of the sacs and of the blood vessels that wind around and around each one are one cell thick.  Molecules of oxygen leave the air in the sacs and pass right through these 2 one-cell walls into your blood.

At the same time, molecules of carbon dioxide gas (which your body must get rid of) go from your blood into the air sacs and are exhaled with your breath.  This process is called diffusion.

AMAZING ISN’T IT?

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Trappers or garbage collectors? (2)

WOW!  2 blogs in 2 days.  What’s up with that?  Yesterday at the office I learned from Robert that the transformer I am using to demonstrate your growing into a life of maximum performance is vintage.  It’s the first generation transformer called:  MEGATRON.  You can find them on e-bay for a hefty price tag.  Well, Robert sold it to me for a mere fraction of the full value.  Thank you Robert and for those of you who have not yet seen me in action with it, please ask me for a demonstration.

Also a simple reminder that my next chiropractic event at Michael’s restaurant is next tuesday at 7pm for a complimentary italian dinner and a power point presentation about my objective as an unadulterated straight chiropractor exclusively.  Please bring a friend or two that you care about and that you have always wanted to share with them the value of our service at Lessard Chiropractic Centre.  Call Tara and let her know how many people you will bring so she can advise the chef at Michael’s.

Pursuant yesterday’s blog, during the course of a day in a city like Philadelphia, we inhale 17000 pints of air.  That air contains some 20 billions particles of foreign material, including dirt, dust and chemicals, most of which never make it to the lungs.

Airborne matter that enters the nose must pass through a trap of stiff nostril hairs that catches many of the larger particles.  Just past this trap, the direction of the airstream shifts abruptly with the curve of the bones in the nasal passage, forcing some of the larger particles to collide with the wall of the pharynx.  Here, the innate intelligence of the body uses tonsils and adenoids (strategically placed tissues containing agents of the immune system) to trap foreign material and see to its destruction.

Amazing isn’t it?

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Are we working overtime? (3)

Let us understand, that under viral attack, cells in the mucus membranes of the nose release histamine, blood capillaries in the area dilate, and blood serum leaks into the tissues of the membrane.  The membrane swells.

Some of its tissues secrete more mucus, not all of which can move up through the constricted nasal passages.  The excess simply runs out.  An overload of mucus in the throat excites nerve endings that stimulate a cough, which clears the passage before the virus-laden mucus can move down into the lungs.

The swelling and cell damage stimulates receptors in the nose, triggering a sneeze.  Your head feels stuffy and congested, your nose runs your throat is sore.

Each sneeze and cough releases outside the body a spray of droplets loaded with virus particles in an attempt to heal the body from the cold.

Amazing Isn’t it?