Medical Bulletin - 14/08/2008 ( Read More.. )
Exercise is Bad
       Is exercise is bad?
Category: General,
sleep well and do well
Stay away from exercise

Spending the natural energy; wasting the reserve energy source. It is nothing but physical strain which will later lead to defects in the functions of various internal organs as well as development of weakness of the external physical organs strained due to the exercise. Exercise per se is purely physical in nature never involving the mind. Since there is no question of mind involving in such straining, there has to be some force applied to the mind so as to create a sort of mental conditioning before beginning any form of physical exercise. The very fact that preparing the mind is a necessity proves that the physical exercise is unnatural. Both mind and physic has fallen apart. This exactly is the reason why there is so much laziness and hesitancy to start on the exertion, though we have set our mind well before to do the work out. A warming up is necessary for some time before we really get on with the physical exercise. Mind and body shall never work together in physical exercise because it is the body that demands compliance of the mind. Our physique shall not command the mind but to the contrary the physique is created for absolute submission to the mind’s command.


Reserve Energy (RE)


Do you conceive of this reserve energy (RE)? Is the RE essential? If so in what way and to serve what purpose?


RE is the primary requirement for survival from acute emergency to any form of stress or strain, involving either mind or physique or both, however trivial or severe the suffering is. Under normal psychological and physiological condition we need basic functional energy that is available from the food source. When we are tired for want of energy the appetite for food is stimulated and thus we feel hungry. Once the food is taken in, the energy requirement is satiated and the hunger subsides. From the food source a part of energy is saved as RE, through a specialized process. This RE is stored in the liver tissues primarily and all the muscles of the body. Our body is composed of muscles and tissues primarily, and then of bones to a smaller extent. The bones are essentially external organs whereas the internal organs are bones free.


As we saw above there are 2 sets of organs in our body, internal and external organs. The internal organs comprise of the following. Below I have mentioned just one internal organ and its functions.


       Mouth and teeth ( for mastication and salivary secretion and these two combine to bring the deeply embedded taste in every food through breaking of the food particles into atoms. The liberation of atoms is the liberation of energy; this energy is felt by the tongue as the taste. Unless the food particles are broken down to its atomic form there is no feeling of energy; neither the tongue tastes the food ). Hence the heaviest and major part of the digestion must be over in the mouth itself. Whatever food that was not properly digested in the mouth is considered as having bypassed the mouth. This is where the indigestion starts; at this point the body system calls for the RE which alone can smoothly settle the problem as you start feeling the heaviness in the stomach at times when you over feed. If there is no RE we feel the indigestion, berping, nausea, giddiness, vomiting, fever and / or loose motion. If this condition prolongs over a period of time, from gastric ulcer to gastric cancer any kind of situation may arise.


Dear readers, you shall know now that the RE is mobilized from the liver and muscles to deal with the crucial situation of the ailment of the internal organs such as stomach, spleen, pancreas, liver, lungs, heart, blood vessels, small intestine, large intestine, brain, kidneys, regenerative organs etc. Remember again the RE is to be mobilized from its store houses i.e. liver and muscles of the external and internal organs. You will also remember that when you develop any disease or even a fever, the body becomes tired and all muscles feel the pain including all the joints. This pain is due to the constant extraction of the RE from the muscles to deliver it to the needy organs in our body. RE is otherwise called the immunity or defense force DF. Preserving DF is utmost essential during a stress.


During sports accidents and injuries many people never really recover from the strain of the muscles and joints; the muscles are sprained and the ligaments are torn and they never get repaired for want of RE or DF. Why there was shortage of this energy? Can you get reminded of the answer now? Yes! It is because of the wasting of the RE/DF stored in the various muscles of the external physical part of the body during the physical exercise during your hay days.


Now from the philosophical angle one question to the readers!

During your day time you work a lot; then how come you lose energy by the end of the day and you drop dead on the bed and sleep for the whole night. And how beautifully you are energized in the morning both mentally and physically! If your philosophy of exercise will give you the fitness is correct, is it not then that you should have done your work outs and should have gained maximum energy before going to bed? But you do not do that. You all know well that night long sleep alone can give you the much needed freshness in the morning
To be continued …

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Dear Dr Rahman, I am Sundar, Male 51 years, residing at Bangaliore. Ihappen to be a diabeticfor 13 years (poor control!) with a bit of BP and cholestrol. About 2 months back i had a viral infection with joints pain all over my body. The fever went away in a few days, but the joints pain continued. I was told by my GP that this would gradually go away in a few weeks/months. Took some ayurvedic supplements (suggested by the same allopath GP) Ten days later, the joints pain subsided, but my hands and feet became numb, with pricking pain. The GP attributed this to the viral infection and advised to take mecobalamin(B12) tablets/injection, and continued with more ayurvedic supplements.(Dhanavantri & Bruhat chintamani) Meanwhile i met a neurologist for a second assessment, and went through a 'motor nerve conduction test" and was diagnosed as: 1. predominantly motor polyneuroradiculopathy (mixed type) affecting lower and upper limb nerves 2. severe bilateral median neuropathy at the level of wrist consistent with bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome The neurologist said this was mostly due to the viral infection, but could be because of poor diabetes control(fast:190, PP:300) also. he added that there was no cure, and that the body would have to heal on its own. My numbness and pain has not subsided, am now trying homeopathy for a week for a cure. would request your assessment and advice, shall be able to come to Chennai for a personal consultation Thanks and have a good day! cordially, Sundar Ramanujam --By Sundar Ramanujam
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