You go to sleep at night and are unconscious for the next 6-8 hours. You wake up the next morning.
What kept your heart beating and your lungs pumping while you were asleep?
When was the last time that you took off running and thought, "I better make my heart beat faster or I''m gonna pass out from a lack of oxygen."
NEVER! That's when . . .
And yet you go to sleep every night and wake up every morning, better than when you went to sleep. You have run and given no thought to the added metabolic needs that that activity demanded.
How is this possible?
Watch my video:
And I will explain it to you. . . OH and by the way, this may seem like no big deal but it is and the health of your spine effects your body's ability to do it.
SELF-REGULATE that is!