Let’s raise basal metabolism

I often hear about basal metabolism these days. There is also a weight scale that can measure basal metabolism, so I feel relieved when “standard” comes out. By the way, do you understand when asked “What is basal metabolism?”

To put it simply, “calories that are used even if you do nothing and mess around” is called basal metabolism.

This basal metabolism varies from person to person, but the average hourly basal metabolism is 40 kcal for adult males and 37.5 kcal for females per 1 m² of body surface area. Therefore, it can be said that a person with a large body or a person who is fat and has a large skin area has a high basal metabolism as kcal, and a person who is small and thin has a small skin area and a low kcal.

Then, in order to raise basal metabolism, you should get fat and increase the surface area of ​​your body, but in that sense you are not trying to raise basal metabolism.

Then, in general, what are people who are prone to gain weight and lose weight in relation to basal metabolism? Divided into “standard people” and “hard-to-burn people”, “flammable people” have a high basal metabolism. “People who are hard to burn” say that their basal metabolism is low.

Humans are called homeothermic animals, and they generate heat by themselves to raise their body temperature. Do you know where and how much temperature you are making in your body? The correct answer is when you are at rest, with 59% of your muscles, 22% of your liver, and 19% of your other organs. Even if I’m at rest, my muscles are working without rest. The liver is said to be a silent organ, but the calorific value of 22% is amazing. Don’t assume that you have a liver just for alcohol.

As you can see from these, in order to increase basal metabolism, first of all, increase muscle mass. Next, it is important to refrain from eating foods that cool the internal organs. It’s also good to remember that 5% of your body’s heat dissipation is used to warm what you eat. When trying to build muscle, trying to build muscle that works like running, bouncing, etc. becomes more difficult as you get older. First of all, let’s firmly build muscle strength to support the skeleton.

From my treatment experience, the muscle strength that supports the skeleton will be firmly attached even if you continue light exercise such as shiko(Sumo exercise) regardless of age . As muscle mass increases, fat metabolism becomes more active and fat is more likely to be burned. In addition, as muscle mass increases, it becomes easier to regulate body temperature, and symptoms of autonomic imbalance that make it difficult for the body to keep up with climate change, such as “when you get older, the heat and cold will respond” are less likely to occur.

Even if you exercise hard once a week, your muscle mass will not increase. On the contrary, it puts a strain on the heart and only increases the concern about heart failure. Since the heart is also a muscle catalyzer, it is important to exercise for a total of about 30 minutes every day without “hahahaa”. As I remembered, if you pull out an iron array, only the blood vessels around the muscles will increase, making it easier to carry a lot of fat, which will cause the “pull-pull” of the upper arm.

Don’t get tired of rehabilitation, don’t forget, don’t do your best