Heart rate investigation
Research statement: To investigate, how diabetes affect a person’s heart rate during physical exercise.
Heart rate :
Heart rate is the number of time a persons heartbeats per unit of time, usually measured in BPM (beats per minute). Heart rate is measured by finding the pulse on body, usually taken from carotid artery, which supplies blood to the head and the neck and radial artery, which Is located on your wrist below your thumb
Average heart rate :
The average heart beats over two billion times in a lifetime! The normal heart rate for average adults ranges between 60 to 100 beats per minute. When you are sleeping your rate will be lower - it's not uncommon to see a resting heart rate of 50 - 90 beats per minute in a sleeping adult.
Digestive system :
Almost all animals have a tube-type digestive system in which food enters the mouth, passes through a long tube, and exits as feces (poop) through the anus. The smooth muscle in the walls of the tube-shaped digestive organs rhythmically and efficiently moves the food through the system, where it is broken down into tiny absorbable atoms and molecules. During the process of absorption, nutrients that come from the food (including carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals) pass through channels in the intestinal wall and into the bloodstream. The blood works to distribute these nutrients to the rest of the body. The waste parts of food that the body can't use are passed out of the body as feces. Every morsel of food we eat has to be broken down into nutrients that can be absorbed by the body, which is why it takes hours to fully digest food. In humans, protein must be broken down into amino acids, starches into simple sugars, and fats into fatty acids and glycerol. The water in our food and drink is also absorbed into the bloodstream to provide the body with the fluid it needs.
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