What does a man look like?

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What does a man look like?

The path of man on earth begins at birth. During its existence, our body is undergoing significant external changes. At first, height, weight, proportions and facial features change. Then, due to physiological changes, the appearance continues to change - the person is aging. All occurring processes of growing up and aging are clearly visible from the outside - looking at a person can almost accurately determine his age. Except for those cases when there were plastic surgeries and anti-aging procedures.

What does a person look like when growing up and aging

External changes in the appearance of a person appear as the organism develops - there is a clear connection with all systems and organs. Most notably theseHumanmetamorphosis on the example of changes in the structure of the human skeleton. With age, the formation of bones and a change in their composition takes place, the muscles grow and strengthen - externally this is reflected in the change in the proportions of the human body, its posture and overall appearance.With aging, violations in the bone and muscle tissues lead to the fact that a person begins to slouch and hunch.

It is impossible not to notice that the active development of the reproductive system, which occurs in the pubertal period, also strongly affects the appearance of a person. So, in girls, the mammary glands are enlarged, in boys and girls secondary sexual characteristics appear - armpits and pubis become covered with hairs, in boys the stubble on the face grows.

The aging of the body begins according to different sources from 35-40 years. This process also manifests itself externally - skin condition worsens, wrinkles and gray hair appearHumanhair. In connection with the decrease in the efficiency of the gastrointestinal tract, the teeth are noticeably worn out, and the bowels are disturbed. The functioning of the excretory and genitourinary systems also deteriorates - edema appears on the body. The development of "age-related" diseases of the musculoskeletal system: arthritis, arthrosis, etc. - affect posture and gait.

How to distinguish the patient from the healthy by external signs

We know what a healthy person looks like - he is alert, fit, with a good complexion and shiny hair.If the body affects one or another disease, then in most cases it affects the person's appearance. Therefore, it is important to find out what a sick person with different pathologies looks like, because he needs assistance.

So:

  • With colds, affecting the upper respiratory tract, a person has red eyes, pale skin, runny nose, cough;
  • In the presence of infectious diseases in humans, the skin has various rashes, redness, swelling;
  • Diseases of the liver or gastrointestinal tract imprint on the complexion - it takes on shades from earthy to yellow. Also, with hepatitis, the whites of the eyes turn yellow, and the person loses weight;
  • When kidney disease visible swelling and "bags" under the eyes;Human
  • People with hormonal disorders may have excessive body hairiness. In the presence of "extra" female hormones, the male body becomes similar in silhouette to the female - increases the chest and the amount of subcutaneous fat in the thighs;
  • Blood diseases are manifested in the form of pallor and thinness of the skin;
  • Various skin diseases and allergies are manifested by the presence of warts, papules, redness, crusts, etc. on different parts of the body.

Many diseases may not manifest outwardly.For example, such severe as oncological diseases or AIDS, proceed without any special signs, as well as venereal diseases and some internal pathological conditions. Therefore, it is not always possible in appearance to say that a person is sick.

What does a person look like who has departed

Many of us are interested in what happens after the death of a person, since we have never seen it. However, the first changes can be found before the burial. You can somewhat generalize what a person looks like after death.

After a person's heart stops, after about 8 minutes, an irreversible degeneration of brain cells and the entire nervous system begins. Muscle fibers are completely relaxed, due to which the body is freed from urine and feces. A few hours after death, the body is still warm, but after some time, rigor mortis sets in, the skin turns pale or yellow. After a day, the skin on the corpse is covered with dark spots, and then under it appear green areas that indicate the processes of decay.

Already after burial, the body begins to lose moisture, shrink.In this regard, there is a myth that after death a person's nails continue to grow. However, this is not so: the nails remain the same size, just the fingers are reduced, and therefore the impression of an increase in the nail plates.

The internal organs retain their structure for some time, after which they decompose under the action of putrefactive bacteria. The liver disintegrates already 20 days after death, and the heart six months later. On the anniversary of death, the human body no longer has the usual outlines - this is already the skeleton.