Facts about the Human Body|How Human Body Works?

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  1. We take breath between 20.000 and 25.000 times in a day;
  2. Our heart pumps 5 litre blood about 2000 times in a day. For this it must contract 70 to 80 times per minute;
  3.  Our skeleton consists of more than 200 bones;
  4.  Our body has more than 600 muscles;
  5. Our blood carries glucose, the muscles get their energy out of it.
  6. We all have 5 litre blood in our body;
  7. From the inhaled air oxygen is absorbed into the blood and carbon dioxide is released. The blood transports the oxygen and the various other nutrients to the cells. There the combustion (oxidation) takes place where energy is released. This produces carbon dioxide as waste. And we exhale this.
  8. Our blood consists of: blood plasma, red blood cells (erythrocytes), white platelets (platelets) and white blood cells (leukocytes).
  9. The red blood cells contain the red blood colour haemoglobin.
  10. Our skin is our largest organ and greatest sense. It has a total area of ​​almost 2 square meters.

Guest Blog post: By Owais Farooqi certified health specialist by the course institute NHA (The Netherlands) (Holland) (Europe)



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