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IT'S MORE FUN TO BE FIT

your diaphragm is sagging. This elastic wall of muscle, the partition between your abdomen and chest, forms the major part of the bellows mechanism that we use in breathing. If the diaphragm sags, the bellows won't work properly; you can't breathe deeply and therefore don't get as much oxygen as you need. According to Dr. Herman N. Bundesen of Chicago, a sagging diaphragm may lead to a stroke of coronary thrombosis. He explains that an insufficient supply of oxygen slows down heart action; the blood flow becomes sluggish; a blood clot may form and clog the coronary artery of the heart, stoppering it like a cork.
Exercises Nos. r, 2 and 3 will strengthen and put new resiliency into the diaphragm, and draw blood-purifying oxygen into every recess of the lungs. But the job isn't done when the exercise period is over. Keep your chest out and keep your stomach in, until it becomes a habit. At the end of a month you will have doubled your lung capacity, and thereby benefited every cell of your body.
Many people complain of a chronic weariness that sleep will not banish. Their trouble is that too little blood is pumped through the body per minute; this sluggishness, permitting poisonous waste matter to accumulate in every cell, clogs the channels of energy.
Sinking into an overstuffed armchair is not the cure. You must speed up your circulation. The only way to do this is to exercise. A brisk 2o-minute walk will send 25 to 3o quarts of blood coursing vigorously through your arteries every 6o seconds-blood that contains four times more oxygen than when you loll in a chair.
While walking, inhale deeply for six paces, holding the breath, then exhale slowly. Do this ten or 15 times during your walk. Like a cleansing torrent, the increased circulation and fresh oxygen will sweep away stagnant, toxic impurities-and your tired feeling.
In youth, we get plenty of exercise through games and running around, but as middle life approaches, we settle down, literally and figuratively. Muscles that formerly were lean and resilient become slack and overlaid with fat. Fat is one of the chief enemies of the heart because it has to be plentifully supplied with blood and thus

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