1 million: The number of barrels of blood your heart pumps out during an average lifetime. It’s enough to fill more than three super tankers.
Heartfelt: The word originated from Aristotle’s philosophy. He believed the heart collected sensory input from the peripheral organs through the blood vessels, and it was from those perceptions that thought and emotions arose.
Sitting: A new link to an increased risk of heart disease. Numerous studies show that spending most of the day on your duff has been linked to chronic health conditions, including heart disease. When we’re more active, our muscles turn on genes that create chemicals and proteins that not only help us process blood sugar and cholesterol, but also create a healthier atmosphere in the walls of our blood vessels. Overall. regular physical activity leads to a lower heart disease risk.
3.5 billion: The number of times a human heart can beat up to. Your heart begins to beat about 22 days after conception, and ends when you do.
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