This text is from a video I saw recently from Gary Ryan Blair: No matter how you look at it…your heart, that little fist-sized muscular powerhouse is the star of the show. You can’t live or love without it. Located in the center of your chest between your lungs, it beats more than 100,000 times each day. Pumping 5 quarts of blood each minute. Approximately 2,000 gallons of blood flows each day throughout your body’s circulatory system. In its most basic form the circulatory system, also called the cardiovascular system is a continuous loop which begins and ends at the heart. In a very real sense, the circulatory system is a closed system in that blood does not enter or leave the system during its journey from the heart, to the body, and back again. Talk about wash, rinse and repeat. The circulatory system permits blood to circulate and transport nutrients, oxygen in, carbon dioxide out, hormones and blood cells to and from the cells in the body to nourish and stabilize body temperature and pH, and to help fight disease. Cardiovascular disease is the term that refers to more than one disease of the circulatory system including the heart and blood vessels whether the blood vessels are affecting blood flow to the lungs, the brain, kidneys or other parts of the body. Heart disease such as coronary heart disease, heart attack, congestive heart failure and congenital heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women throughout the world. Prevention includes quitting smoking, lowering systemic inflammation, controlling high blood pressure and maintaining a healthy weight and exercising. In other words, you must refrain from behaviors which restrict blood circulation. End of video transcript
My addition to the story: While the heart does an amazing job for decades and decades of our lives, that is not the whole story. Once blood reaches the thinnest of vessels, the capillary system, the pumping action of the heart has little to no effect. The movement of blood through the tens of thousands of miles of capillary beds happens as a result of vasomotion. Each capillary is lined with very tiny muscle tissue that pulses in rhythm to help each molecule of blood to pass through. What system controls vasomotion? Who conducts the symphony in the capillary beds?
The electromagnetism of the earth helps this pulsation mechanism to operate. Without it we would not be alive. It’s not just gravity that keeps us pinned to the Earth, we need the Earth’s magnetic fields to enjoy good health.
I use an electromagnetic device daily to assist in my body’s blood flow. We are a complex factory of chemicals and eleven distinct systems, each studied on its own is as fascinating as it is mysterious. Vasomotion in babies at birth pulses at about 12 per minute. By the time we reach our 60s we’re lucky to have 3 pulses per minute. This is where the science of hydraulics and exercise can help. Jumping on a trampoline infuses fluids through the tissues of the body and helps the detox process. Even taking a daily walk has more significance than you can imagine. Learning to breathe deeply. Imagine that you are the CEO of this fantastic factory that produces so much towards life and goodness. Might be an idea to make sure basic processes are in place to keep up healthy production of contribution to the planet, your community, your family and even yourself. Keep up the circulation.
Garey J Simmons