Overcoming The Body’s Resistance So It Doesn’t Get Sick Easily And Its Relation To DNA?
In the afternoon, I want to ask, what affects the body’s resistance and how to optimize it? U003cbr u003e For example, we cannot survive temperatures less than 12 degrees Celsius or more than 39 degrees Celsius, what should we do to be able to do that ? u003cbr u003eAnd is it true that race and DNA basically greatly affect a person’s immune system, if so, can we add, for example, by injecting someone else’s strong DNA, so that we can be like that person.
Hi Izanagi, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
First I want to confirm what you mean by endurance. Do you mean the human body's resistance to disease or the body's resistance to environmental physical conditions (which you call environmental temperature)?
To maintain the body's resistance to disease, several things can be done:
Eat a balanced nutritious diet regularly Drink adequate amounts of water (at least 2-3 liters a day) Regular exercise (moderate intensity exercise, at least 30 minutes a day) Adequate rest and sleep (7-9 hours a day in adults) Avoiding smoking, drinking excess alcohol, or using illegal drugs. Maintain an ideal body weight Maintain healthy sexual behavior
To maintain the body's resistance to environmental physical conditions, humans are given reason and mind to help humans survive and adapt. For example, if you want to survive in a very cold environment, you can wear thick and layered clothes or if you want to endure a very hot environment, you can shorten the time you are outdoors, drink more fluids to avoid dehydration, or using technology such as air conditioning or air conditioning.
DNA is genetic material that is present in all cells of the human body from the tips of the hair from the head to the tips of the feet, making modifications to human DNA is not as easy as injecting drugs into the blood alone. Extracting DNA from someone is also not as easy as taking blood, but it must be done in a special laboratory where the cell is broken down and then the DNA can be taken. You also need to be clear about the DNA that codes for what you want to extract and the specific location of that DNA.
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