domingo, 30 de julho de 2017

Health. The Effect of Anger On Lungs.


Antoni BigCuore*

 In a study at the University of Harvard School of Public Health, he evaluated the lung capacity of 670 men three times over eight years to check the lungs status of respondents after rabies attacks.

"According to Dr. John Moore Gillon of the British Lung Foundation:" When you get angry, it produces hormones that help the body prepare for a fight. These hormones release substances that affect the bronchial canals, which in turn tighten, making the person breathless. "

Dr. Moore adds that this type of lung injury is small compared to the effects of smoking. But in the long run it may be irreversible. So when someone irritates you, do not exalt yourself. Take a deep breath, count to ten, and ask yourself, "What does this really matter?" (1)

We believe that, Dr. Moore, referred to the aggressive emotions by ACTH.(Adrenocorticotropic Hormone) (which are adrenaline and noradrenaline) stress hormones that have somatic effect, muscle rigidity, tachycardia, etc. These hormones are produced by the adrenal glands. (Adrenaline and noradrenaline).

Every negative emotion (rage in the case) causes the adrenal glands to release increased cortisol flow in the body, causing tachycardia, stiffness in the musculature and a certain effervescence throughout the body by the effect of emotion, causing the body to fight or flight.

By the way, the word emotion comes from Latin, more specifically from the verb "emovere", which means by moving, in action. This causes a certain boiling in the whole organism.
When you take a fright for example. Adrenals release adrenaline excessively, and adrenaline causes the full range of reactions in the human body.

 You feel the soft body, dryness in the mouth, a bitter taste result of the excess of adrenaline.
(For rebalancing, drink water with lemon or passion fruit juice, take a deep breath three times, and try to relax the muscles.)

The opposite of all this is Neuromuscular Relaxation. It is an exercise that should be done weekly, if daily, so much the better.
PHYSICAL EXERCISES (3 x per week) also help to neutralize the effects of stress and the somatization of negative emotions.

Modern life has wreaked havoc on human health. The new technologies (smartphone for example) when not used wisely, causes harm to human health. Since stress is inevitable, we must LEARN to live with it with a good dose of rationality. Think about it!


 "Dr. John Moore-Gillon MA LLB MD FRCP (b. 1953) is Medical Consultant Emeritus at St Bartholomew Hospitals and The Royal London, London. He was a clinical leader of tuberculosis for the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, former Honorary Secretary of the British Thoracic Society, Chairman of the Joint Tuberculosis Committee, and formerly President and then President of the British Lung Foundation. He acted as Master of the Adorable Society of the Apothecaries of London (2014-2015). "(source: Google).

(1) Selections Rede Rede Digest, January 2.007, pg.138.
(*) Antoni BigCuore, writer and communicator of the Gospel of Jesus Christ for the whole planet. Know and publicize his BLOG BEM VIVER BRAZIL - (self-knowledge, spirituality and healthy life) and its poetic and philosophical link:
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