Exercise has racked up some serious points for aiding in the larger development of mind, body, and spirit functioning processes. Now, a new study states that exercise promotes and encourages intercommunication among different organs and cells throughout the body.
While the role of exercise in circulation of blood and hormone production, like insulin, is widely acknowledged in the science community, scientists have only suspected physiological communication among our cells and organs—creating a chain reaction of chatter, with fat cells communicating with muscle cells, muscle cells with brains cells, and so forth. In other words, our body’s internal organs are partial to a high-powered/good-natured gossip sessions akin to that of a middle-school cafeteria.
These interactions are typically plentiful during exercise, where continuous movement meets specific complex coordinations throughout different systems within the body, often generating on the cellular level.
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