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Activguard Review

por willam princy (2018-11-24)

Once oxygen has been given to the muscles via the process Activguard of osmosis (i.e. where oxygen molecules move from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration so the high concentration of oxygen in the blood spreads into the muscles) the blood then passes into the veins, the next stage of the cardiovascular system. The veins take the deoxygenated blood back to the heart where they pass into the side opposite where it leaves through the artery, once more through a chamber, down into the ventricle. The heart then pumps the blood out and back towards the lungs where the red blood cells can stock up on oxygen again. The heart is made up of cardiac muscles. As these are involuntary, we cannot choose how fast our heart pumps and it responds directly to how hard the body works. Sensors all over the body sense how hard the body is working at any given moment and send signals to the heart if the blood needs to be pumped around the body faster.