The Arabian horse is the oldest purebred horse in the world. The Arabian was the horse the Bedouin people (nomadic people) of Arabia as early as 3000 to 2500 BC. They were later introduced into Europe and throughout the world. All Arabian horses have black skin underneath their coats, except underneath any white hair. When these horses lived in the desert, the black skin would help to protect them from the hot sun. Horses see, hear and smell better than humans. Horses are very sensitive to touch. They can sense a fly landing on any part of their body and use their tail to flick it off. A horse’s heart beats 46 to 42 beats per minute. If frightened this can rise quickly to over 250.
By: Dawuud Loka
When it comes to the history of the black peoples, the discussion often centres around slavery and then the subsequent artificial narrative of emancipation. However, what we fail to do is to ask the question: what was their history before slavery?
My journey to Islam is, it safe to say, not the usual one. Most white converts I have met came from a liberal and very open background. My upbringing was far from this. Both of my parents were in the US military and my upbringing was very strict. My father was very racist, and because of this, I was very racist myself until about the age of 24. I can remember as a child listening to my father lambast and attack Arabs and Muslims and bash the religion, their way of life, and their race. As this was the way I was raised this is the position I took as well. I had a very troubled childhood, as the above can only begin to describe.
If you suffer from any of the following ailments, you may not be drinking enough water: fatigue, confusion, memory loss, dizziness, dry and wrinkled skin, brittle hair and nails, cold fingers and toes, constipation, eczema, headaches, urinary tract infections, and muscle pains.These are all signs of dehydration.
Your body is made up of around 70% water, which is involved in every bodily function. If you lack water, then your body will try to get moisture from any liquid source in your system. It will automatically tap your blood, cell fluid, intra-cellular fluid, and even your stools and urine. When you’re literally draining yourself, you’re impacting your physical and mental health and speeding up the aging process.
Below are seven very good reasons to boost your water intake:
By: Jade Small
The human body is hard at work while we go about our daily lives – We may not notice or feel anything special, but every second, day and night, our bodies are using power and healing!
Here are 6 awesome facts about the human body!
1. You use 100% of your brain
The myth that humans use only 10 percent of their brains has been repeated so often, but studies suggest that during any given day, fully 100 percent of the brain’s area is active! Your brain generates as much energy as a small light bulb even when you’re sleeping.
When we talk about drinking too much people always are thinking of alcohol. But man can drink too much water. He can therefore reach a water poisoning and may die of it. But when you drink too much water? And when there arises a water poisoning by drinking too much water? Read about water intoxication and the reaction of the body to drinking too much water.
Per day, 1.5 liters of water a day is healthy
Who wants to fall off, who wants healthy skin, whose bodies would provide moisture, good to drink a day. If we believe the blades 1.5 to 2 liters of water What is forgotten is that normal eating too much moisture is present and that the many cups of tea, coffee or soft drinks also contain water. Moreover, a body may also fall within given too much water, and that then results in a water intoxication.
The qualities of water
- You get a nicer skin
- It helps in weight loss
- You flush it with wastes from the body
- It is good for bowel movements
- It’s good for your heart