Dieting and Weight Loss
How does the body prevent itself from overheating during exercise?
Is overheating OSHA Recordable?
Asked in Computer Hardware
Why does my computer turn itself off?
There are many reasons why a computer may shut itself down: Due to power management settings, the computer may shut itself down after a certain period of inactivity. On a laptop, the battery may be being almost dead, so the computer enters standby to save power and prevent data loss. The processor may be overheating and is shutting down the computer to prevent data loss. A short somewhere in the computer causes the power supply to shut off to prevent overload. The power connection to the computer may be faulty.
Asked in Kia Optima
Why is my car overheating when in idle?
Asked in Muscular System
What are the physiological changes to skeletal muscles when you exercise?
Asked in Laptops
What is the problem is laptop turns off by itself?
Can poor acceleration be caused by a low coolant level?
Asked in Exercise, Heart Rate, Aerobics
What happens to your heart when you exercise?
Your heart responds to the respiratory demands of the exercising body by increasing the rate of blood pumping. That is why the pulse increases during exercise. As the heart is itself comprised primarily of muscle tissue, the heart participates in the exercise too, and over time becomes stronger and somewhat larger.
Asked in Seattle
What was built on top of the seattle space needle to prevent lightning?
Asked in Exercise
What is bad things about exercise?
the bad thing that is the exercise doo o o o o There isn't actually anything bad about exercise itself. The way in which you exercise can be the problem, for instance running. If you run with incorrect posture/Technique, you can cause unnecessary damage, Warming up is very important to prevent injury and so is calling down. Overtraining is very popular especially if you are new the exercise people think going hard every night with give them results, sometimes the complete opposite. Bottom line!! exercising is better then no exercise...