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?

20/20   VISION   — SEEING YOUR POSSIBILITIES!

2 lungs to breathe? (2)

With every breath you inhale, you breathe 10 to the power 22 physical atoms which will become part of your brain, kidneys, spleen, gallbladder, 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, spleen, heart, liver, etc…  so, we literally breathe each others’ body parts. 

We are more intimately interconnected that we believe, physiologically and physically at least!

AMAZING ISN’T IT?

20/20 VISION — SEEING YOUR POSSIBILITIES!

Let us illuminate the immune system (2)

Against the dark silhouette of a human form, two of the systems organs glow bright:  the thymus, a small, two lobed organ just behind the breastbone, and the soft, gelatinous tissue of the marrow deep within our long bones.  In these primary lymphoid organs, lymphocytes grow and develop.

Also glowing are the secondary lymphoid organs, the sites where lymphocytes are stored and where some immune responses take place.  These include the spleen, an organ in the upper abdomen that filters blood, and the lymph nodes, pulpy clumps of tissue as well as the tonsils, adenoids, appendix, and the Peyer’s patches, bits of lymphoid tissue embedded in the walls of the small intestine.

Amazing isn’t it?

Do YOU know your immune system?

Did you know your body has its own “army” ready to defend you  against harmful agents such as selective groups of bacteria, virus and germs?  This “army”  is your immune system, also called your body resistance.

It began to work when you were still within the womb of  your mother.  The innate intelligence of the body was using the placenta of you mother to manufacture antibodies and interferons that are released within your blood stream to provide you with your first “battalion” to help you fight off potential invaders.  Then as you were born and were fed your other’s breast milk (we hope), you received via this human milk your second “battalion” of antibodies.

Then 3 to 4 weeks later, the innate intelligence of the body began to manufacture its very own “troops” of antibodies and interferons through a small gland called the thymus.  Your innate intelligence also manufacrures what is called gammaglobulin and immunoglobin (two principal defense agents).

Of course your spleen with some other organs and glands are also used by your innate intelligence to produce natural immunity providing you with the most sophisticated warfare weapons against any harmful invaders of your body.

Amazing isn’t it?