Originally Posted by uchihademon91
so your trying to say that increased heart rate doesnt cause the body to move quicker. its common knowledge that if you get your heart pumping, it allows your body to increase its physical capacity. thus the reason for a warm up before any exercise. it circulates the blood quicker allowing your body to move faster. but smoking marijuana doesnt cause a direct increase in heart rate
No, I'm asking you to post proof of your claims. At this point, I'd like to see you find something that proves that increasing heart rate CAUSES the body to move quicker.
Heart rate ^ = > physical capacity. Meaning that your heart rate going up directly causes
someone to become faster, and increases his physical limits. So don't go posting something that says heart rate increases to meet oxygen demands from the rest of the body, or anything else like that, because that's not what you're saying here. You're saying that if my heart rate goes up it will cause
my body to become faster. If it's common knowledge, like you suggest, it should be really fucking easy for you to post some quotes and sources.
for me personally it does not falter my physical ability to perform a task. Your heart rate is only increased by 50% if you are experiencing a case of paranoia, which does not happen to all, but to some. if your heart rate were to increase for any other reason, then it completely negates the first thing said in his paragraph. if your hear rate increases, it gets the blood moving faster through your whole body. this, in turn, will cause the body to release certain chemicals. these chemicals, such as adrenaline, will increase reflex functions and improve the bodies physical capabilities. so think again before you put contradicting thoughts into your post.
Also, while you're at it, provide quotes and sources for this information as well. Your personal experience doesn't mean jack shit, since you could just lie. Just like I could say eating M&M's gives me laser eyes and fire breath. Doesn't mean shit.
Prove that weed doesn't effect someone physically via quotes with sources, since you're claiming it doesn't.