The answer to this is; the fuel we consume (food) is converted into energy to power body function. We are basically a fuel cell producing energy; the resulting by-products are CO2 and of course body waste.
It is important to exercise our joints and muscles generally but, specifically our lungs and chest, they are interdependent, as we move around through the course of the day we are building up our aerobic strength, strengthening both lung function and muscle tone. Our connective tissue also becomes healthier and suppler and less prone to injury both from tearing and straining. — Read Article
Balance and falls due to the loss of strength and muscle tone can be an issue as we head long the path of life; very often it can be linked to inner ear issues as a result of congestion colds and flu’s, something minor or a symptom of something more serious, be sure to discuss any issues of this nature with your doctor. — Read Article