Balance is the ability to perceive the force of gravity and to adapt our body accordingly to it and to other external forces. From this definition, it emerges that equilibrium is a continuous search, a continuous process of change to which our body is constantly subjected. Let us see what this continuous research consists of … Continue reading Balance
L’equilibrio è la capacità di percepire la forza di gravità e adattare di conseguenza ad essa e alle altre forze esterne il nostro corpo. Da questa definizione emerge che l’equilibrio è una continua ricerca, un continuo processo di cambiamento a cui è il nostro corpo è costantemente sottoposto. Vediamo in cosa consiste questa continua ricerca … Continue reading Alcuni elementi anatomici dell’equilibrio
The term "breathing" refers to two distinct processes: cellular or internal respiration, or one of the chemical reactions that take place inside the cell and part of the cellular metabolism. This biochemical process that takes place in the mitochondria and sees oxygen (O2) react with lipids, carbohydrates and amino acids. The reaction produces: carbon dioxide … Continue reading External breathing process
"The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step" - Lao Tzu Since my adventure in studying anatomy started with "breath" I determined to begin this project with the thoracic diaphragm, the main muscle of respiration. At some point in life I figured there was something missing. Not in a "romantic" manner, however in an "anatomical" … Continue reading Thoracic diaphragm – introduction
A while ago, I discovered myself as "mostly unaware" of how basic functions in my body worked, mostly neglecting their purpose or relevance. I realized I've spent some time driving this body without having any idea how it works! I was almost disappointed by this revelation and my thought was: "There should be like a … Continue reading Why didn’t anyone gave me an instruction manual?!