[ Wrinkle Proof Skin ] via pH Anti Aging Exercise

Why wrinkle proof your exercise workout? While health isn’t just about beauty, natural beauty is a marker for health fitness that protects us physically, emotionally, and mentally. Achieving body pH balance faster each morning using specially designed exercise is a powerful wrinkle reducing secret that also provides profound benefit for directive function in the higher neural centres.

You know how areas around the mouth and nose go white when blood drains from the face under stress? Ultimately it’s the result of adrenaline pumped into the blood stream by the adrenal medulla and sympathetic nervous system; this happens anytime we’re awake and engaged in daily activity, even when walking or just thinking. This is the hormone that shuts down circulation in most of the body (including around the mouth during exercise even when the rest of the face is hot and sweaty) so the muscles can take flight or fight if necessary.

The cerebral circulation is protected from hormone, body pH, and other steady state disruptions by a blood brain barrier with one exception: the pineal gland. This little structure within the midbrain is responsible for monitoring what’s going on in the body and communicating with the brain (hence evolution didn’t put a barrier between the pineal gland and the rest of the body). The pineal gland plays such a key role in mind body awareness and integration, and is of such importance to both brain and body, it has a circulation second only to the kidneys.

Whenever blood vessels constrict in deep organs and skin innervated by the sympathetic nerves like around the mouth (as they usually do during exercise) it’s a sure sign the pineal gland has shut down as well. As blood volume shifts from the organs and skin to the large long working muscles, body pH drops and blood and cellular fluid become acidic. This in turn affects our mood (once the endorphins have worn off), speed of cellular renewal, and our ability to continue to master our environment as we age. So how do we get more blood into the skin and pineal gland during exercise? Just hanging upside down or doing a headstand isn’t enough for the effect to last all day, find out more…

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Exertional Heat Stress

What’s the big difference between winter and summer Olympic games, besides the weather I mean? Sports like running, rowing and biking, are more intensely endurance, while winter sports like ski jumping, snow-boarding and sledding are more technical. In the summer when the sun is high, Olympic athletes are at a higher risk of heat stroke, both because of the weather and because of the nature of their sport. Due to the necessary aerobic intensity of summer Olympic games, lowering the risk of heat stroke is particularly challenging. How can we help athletes ignite their spark plug without overheating their engines?

Left untreated, heat stroke may progress to coma. Death may result due to kidney failure, malfunction of the lungs, acute heart failure, or direct heat induced damage to the brain. This is a concern to athletes because heat stroke risk rises as body pH drops during exercise. Acidification of metabolic pH can lead to acidosis. Cellular response to stress is altered contributing to overtraining syndrome. Toxicity increases when the hypothalamus cannot regulate core temperature ultimately affecting the role of the pineal gland [the tiny cone shaped gland that has recently been found to be an important link between the nervous and endocrine systems.] This gland is linked to the CNS via the sympathetic nervous system. And is at particular risk when circulation shuts down in the deep tissues as it shifts to large long muscle.

Studies which have provided an in vitro model for the study of mechanism of injury in exertional heat stress when the body is unable to dissipate heat leading to heat stroke conclude: “Heat stroke mortality is worsened in the presence of acidosis. Using cell culture as an in vitro model of exertional heat stress, we have shown that physiologic acidosis (pH 6.8) significantly increases cell death from hyperthermia. We have further demonstrated that acidosis augments the heat response of the human HSP70 3′ untranslated region…”  Metabolic acidosis has been shown to inhibit the heat control mechanism in the hypothalamus, and is a potential causative factor in heat stroke. And drug-based corrective measures can’t restore intracellular and extracellular electrolyte balance.

Electrolytes are electrically charged ions that our cells need in order to carry electrical impulses to other cells that maintain muscle and nerve control. Since physical exertion generally causes a drop in body pH anyway, in the summer heat, the ‘imbalance’ of electrolytes can be as potentially damaging as the ‘loss’ of electrolytes since circulation shuts down in deep organs under stress. Hydration will restore the supply of electrolytes, however by itself cannot ensure the proper distribution of electrolytes required for optimal cellular function, unless we can open up circulation in the deep organs, including the pineal gland. Subsequently pH fitness is an even greater consideration as environmental temperatures rise when building protection against heat stroke into your training schedule.

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Body’Fit pH Fitness™ exercise (short form… pHx™) is a routine that presents a solution for body temperature control during exercise, it warms up the body without over-heating it. Designed to spike metabolism in deep organs while equilibrating VO2max in all muscles, both large and small, this unique exercise sequence disperses heat by opening up blood vessels in tissues which normally shut down even under moderate exertion, giving an alkalizing rather an acidifying result. Combined with restoration of acid base equilibrium (within 7 to 14 minutes), the dynamic 24-exercise series helps reset temperature regulating mechanisms, very fast. In the hot weather pHx adds that definitive spark to ignite passion, while lowering the risk of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. It’s so short sweet and complete the short 7-min version can be done as a mindset revitalizer during competition. Are you staying ahead of the curve?

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Radiation from Sun Body Fit

All life evolved because of the proximity of our planet to the sun. Health and well being is the direct result of regular exposure to UV rays; our dependence on the sun is precise and purposeful in every aspect of organ function. Anything that stands between our body, our brain, and la soliel* can cause physical and emotional dis-ease, including dysfunction of the protective system.

If you wear contact lens and are experiencing psorasis, arthritis, cancer or any of the pluralities of degeneration so common today, one of the factors may be a lack of sunlight entering the retina. You may find these conditions improve dramatically once you start to spend a significant part of your day outdoors with your skin and eyes exposed to the sun (without sunblock, you know when you’re about to burn)..  It’s a good idea to have a pair of eye glasses handy, so you only veil your eyes as necessary for reading or other tasks that require more accurate perceptionYou may soon find that your vision improves as well, especially if you practice the seven principles of health, and learn a few relaxation techniques.

Check out this article on sunshine by the father of the seven principles of health *Don Tolman.

The pineal is connected to the eyes via the SCN (suprachiasmatic node). Production of melatonin by the pineal gland is stimulated by darkness and inhibited by light. Photosensitive cells in the retina detect light and directly signal the SCN, entraining its rhythm to the 24-hour cycle in nature. Fibers project from the SCN to the paraventricular nuclei (PVN), which relay the circadian signals to the spinal cord and out via the sympathetic system to superior cervical ganglia (SCG), and from there into the pineal gland.

In addition you may want to support blood flow to the brain and pineal gland, since movement and exercise usually shifts blood out of the glands and into the muscles. The pineal gland is the only structure of the brain which isn’t affected by the blood brain barrier, and therefore without proper maintenance it often ossifies after a certain age. Fortunately it’s the one gland in the brain where we can optimize oxygen and nutrients in a few minutes with Body’Fit pHx, which builds up oxygen reserves to withstand stresses and strains throughout the day, and during sports workouts. When healthy, the pineal gland has profuse blood flow second only to the kidneys (which helps keep body  chemistry at neutral pH for optimal metabolic function). Get outdoors into the sunshine, do your daily round of pHx to get maintain circulatory integration between the brain and deep organs, and enjoy summer without your contact lens for more relaxation and health fitness.

*as much as possible avoid starring directly into the sun

* about Don Tolman, view video

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