Regeneration means repairing damaged tissues, organs or limbs. It all depends directly on the health of the individual, whether he or she eats properly, plays sports and gets enough rest. An important role in regeneration after illness, for example, is the correct supply of vitamins and nutrients.
Repairing as well as replacing lost tissues, organs or limbs is the responsibility of regeneration. In plants it is the meristems (dividing tissue) that are responsible for regeneration, in animals it is the cells that divide.
Recovery after surgery or after a demanding sporting event plays an important role. Our body tries to return to its original state or to improve the current state. It is a natural effort of the body to get back to a functional state. In this process, it is important to replenish biological substances with a high absorption rate.
Detoxification of the organism is also closely related to regeneration. The basis is the renewal of cells and tissues, for this our body needs the right nutrients. It will use these for growth and repair, and the rest that it does not use, it will simply eliminate.
In each organism, regeneration takes place over a different period of time. The speed depends on health, availability of food and drink, physical and mental stamina and the possibility of rest. If you are recovering from injury or illness, provide your body with sufficient vitamins and nutrients to restore bodily functions.
Another aspect that affects the speed of recovery is how our body uses resources and how it engages them in the whole recovery process.
Regeneration is an important part of the life of an active individual. If you play sports regularly, you know that with rest and proper diet, your performance will continuously improve. You'll be able to run longer, do more reps in strength training and reduce your risk of injury.
An essential part of regeneration is mental as well as physical calm. It is necessary to listen to your body well, it will tell you in time when it lacks something and when it needs rest.
As already mentioned, sleep directly affects the recovery process. Our muscles heal and grow when we sleep well. If we haven't had quality sleep, we will be irritable and often stress will add to that.
Don't forget to drink, it's the only way to prevent fatigue, dizziness or pain.
What we don't affect is our genetic information and also irreversible changes in the body, which is a missing organ or destroyed tissue. However, there are factors that we can influence ourselves.
In our body, the activity of different organs and tissues alternates. Our autonomic nervous system, i.e., the one that we do not control by will, switches between activity and passivity. That is, between activity and rest.
Professionally, this is called sympathetic and parasympathetic. For the proper functioning of the body, these two parts need to complement each other. One part works for a while and then the other. These processes are encoded in our DNA. The body tries to ensure that organs, neural and hormonal pathways, biochemical processes and emotional reactions are used equally. This balance ensures maximum use of available energy to repair, grow and develop our bodies.
It sounds nice, but it doesn't always work that way. We live in a world where we are influenced by many stimuli to which we react consciously or unconsciously.
Surely you know the concept of stress, it is caused by external change and our body copes with it by changing life conditions, even positive ones. This belongs to the sympathetic part of our nervous system.
The parasympathetic part of the nervous system allows our body to relax and activates activities that lead to the replenishment of building material and energy. The time we spend in both modes will then affect our regenerative capacity.
Regeneration in our body is ongoing, even without our intervention. Now we will look at tips on how we can speed up the regeneration process.
Quality sleep is crucial for recovery and stress reduction. Athletes are well aware that after exercise it is important to choose appropriate recovery such as a sauna, massage or stretching. However, sleep is still the most effective recovery process. It is recommended to sleep for 6 to 8 hours, during this time the body will strengthen and rest.
To boost immunity, mental and physical regeneration, a healthy diet is the best thing you can give your body. A healthy lifestyle is based on a balanced diet, quality sleep and sufficient drinking.
Include protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals in your diet and don't forget probiotics and fibre. All these ingredients can be found in a varied diet.
Exercise is the foundation of our health. You don't have to buy a gym membership right away, you just need to change a few things. For example, use the stairs instead of the elevator, get off the bus earlier if you take the bus to work, or find short exercises on the internet to practice every day.
You're sure to find the right activity that you enjoy, and every extra movement will contribute to your overall health. This will contribute to your life expectancy, resistance to disease, physique and weight.
What plants help to improve recovery?
This plant contains over 100 biologically active substances such as proteins, amino acids, vitamins, nucleic acids, a huge spectrum of minerals, chlorophyll, enzymes, polyunsaturated fatty acids, antioxidants and more. Did you know that 1g of quality spirulina has as many nutrients as 1kg of vegetables?
It is rich in minerals, vitamins, amino acids and enzymes. Its alkaline pH helps to restore the acid-alkaline balance.
Contains 80-90% unsaturated fatty acids, which are made up of oleic, linoleic and linolenic acids. Omega 3, 6 and 9 acids are found in the seed in optimal proportions. The immune system is further influenced by the anti-estrogenic properties of the phytoestrogen lignin. Lignins can act on processes in the body that lead to cancer, especially those that are hormone dependent.
This plant belongs to traditional Chinese medicine. It contains a large amount of beta-carotene, vitamin C, B1, B2, B6, E, essential amino acids, trace elements, which include zinc, selenium, iron, calcium and others. Goji takes its name from the unique group of Lycium polysaccharides that strengthen the immune system and slow down the aging process. In China, goji berry is considered an aphrodisiac that increases sex hormone levels in men.
Now you already know the options to keep yourself fit and your body in good condition. A healthy lifestyle, adequate sleep and diet are important.
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