Do You Know The 3 Muscle Types?

There are three types of muscles in the human body; many of them go un-noticed or unrecognised for the most part, as we associate the conversation of muscles primarily with the skeletal muscles.

Skeletal muscles are the only voluntary muscle tissue in the human body & control every action that a person consciously performs.

Most skeletal muscles are attached to two bones across a joint, so the muscle serves to move parts of those bones closer to each other.

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Visceral, or smooth, muscle is found inside organs such as the stomach & intestines, as well as in blood vessels. It is called a smooth muscle because, unlike skeletal muscle, it does not have the banded appearance of skeletal or cardiac muscle.

As the weakest of all muscle tissues, visceral muscles contract to move substances through the organ.  Because visceral muscle is controlled by the unconscious part of the brain, it is known as involuntary muscle, as it cannot be controlled by the conscious mind.

Found only in the heart, cardiac muscle is an involuntary muscle responsible for pumping blood throughout the body.

The heart’s natural pacemaker is made of cardiac muscle that signals other cardiac muscles to contract. Like visceral muscles, cardiac muscle tissue is controlled involuntarily. While hormones & signals from the brain adjust the rate of contraction, cardiac muscle stimulates itself to contract.

When you become aware of the functions of your muscles and the connected role they play getting you through the day you cannot help but be amazed.

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