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Redistribution of energy flows


Sometimes at the same time there are so many applications for the provision of energy that it is necessary to make adjustments in the energy budget within a fraction of a second. The body temporarily suspends the performance of some functions, inhibits others, and gives the third a chance to fully use energy “cash flows”, since these functions are most important. Brain neurons have the highest priority. When systems stop their activity one by one, from the least to the most important, the brain is always turned off last. Without brain activity, survival is impossible.
Knowing that intense exercise does not last too long, the body saves energy intended for detoxification.

The processes of detoxification of the body are approximately in the middle of this list of priorities. The body tends to postpone detoxification for later, for example, with intense physical exertion. Muscles are reduced, sugar is burned and, under the influence of oxidation by oxygen, is converted into carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is dissolved in the blood, turning into carbonic acid, and spreads through the circulatory system. Once in the lungs, carbonic acid turns into a gas, which is then exhaled. If the acid does not turn into exhaled gas, it accumulates in the blood and becomes so toxic that it can kill you faster than you can imagine.

But when the exercises you perform become anaerobic in nature, that is, you burn sugar faster than oxygen enters the body, lactic acid is produced. Anaerobic exercise requires an extremely high energy expenditure, since the muscles work so intensively that the body has to quickly redistribute its flows, directing them to the muscles. If for some reason the muscles continue to work so intensively without interruption, the lactic acid causes such pain in them that sooner or later they have to stop. In this case, muscle pain is another survival mechanism.
Although it is generally accepted that food is a source of energy, in modern life, the processing of food in the body has become the most energy-intensive of all physiological processes.
Such pauses in detoxification due to the need to meet other needs are quite natural for a healthy body. Add to this the effects of excessive toxic load, typical of modern life with its exotoxins, and it becomes clear why we all in one degree or another need to detoxify.
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Redistribution of energy flows

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