Balance - Homeostasis
Because this is how our organism works in the broadest sense and if there is something that is failing we must find the tools destined to investigate the ways necessary to return to that balance that allows each of our cells can develop their own functions and establish a systemic synergy so that the whole is sustainable.
This is Homeostasis, the ability of the body to maintain and regulate its internal conditions using various mechanisms to maintain these conditions constant. Throughout the article I will try to provide the minimum possible definitions to be able to illustrate with examples everything I try to explain, which I think is essentially interesting and necessary to understand how important it is to internalize these concepts.
Examples of balance?
Apart from what we can find in any search such as; body temperature, blood pressure, glucose levels, pH conditions and concentration of nutrients necessary for our cells to work correctly, typical examples experienced week by week in consultation can be:
I could continue citing several more examples where the search for that balance that we have been talking about since the beginning of the article is the key for situations such as:
There is something we must understand that is very important, we cannot assume doing things in a certain way and always be well, or put another way, do not pretend that what works for us one month does the next because there are constant changes in the internal or external environment of the cells. There are parameters that vary hour by hour, day by day and we must act accordingly, helping the body to carry out those mechanisms that make us capable of facing what we propose.
To conclude I leave a very characteristic example of HOMEOSTASIS. Each year that passes increases the population with problems related to Diabetes, mainly due to poor diet management.