The relationship between atmospheric pressure, salt, our planet and life expectancy

The relationship between atmospheric pressure, salt, our planet and life expectancy

Almost all living beings experience a lack of salt in the body. At the same time, the body replenishes it by drawing salt from other tissues, destroying bones and muscles. When atmospheric pressure decreases, blood cells swell and burst. To avoid this, it is necessary to add salt to the blood.

Inside the human cell, the pressure is almost 8 times higher than atmospheric pressure, which indicates that we are created for other conditions. For example, the pressure in air bubbles in amber is from 8 to 10 atmospheres – this was the pressure when they were formed.

Think of the cell as a balloon. She’s on the brink, a slight drop in pressure, and she’s ready to burst. Therefore, our organisms are weakened, the lifetime is only 50-100 years, and most people suffer from small changes in pressure. Noah lived for 900 years and there are legends that in Russia there were elders who lived for 300 years, and now 100 years is considered longevity. This is because most of our atmosphere has escaped from the Earth somewhere.

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