Arms

Arms are an important part of the human body. They are used for many things such as hugging, picking things up, and waving. Healthy arms are strong and flexible. They can move in many different ways.

The bones in your arms are connected by joints. Joints are where two or more bones meet. Your arm has three main joints: the shoulder joint, the elbow joint, and the wrist joint.

The muscles in your arms help you move your joints. There are three main groups of muscles in your arms: the biceps, the triceps, and the forearm muscles.

Your arms are also home to many blood vessels and nerves. The arteries in your arms carry oxygen-rich blood to your muscles.

The veins in your arms carry oxygen-poor blood back to your heart. The nerves in your arms send messages to and from your brain.

You can keep your arms healthy by eating a healthy diet, exercising, and avoiding injury. A healthy diet includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins.

Exercise helps keep your muscles strong and your joints flexible. You can exercise your arms by lifting weights, doing yoga, or going for a walk or a run.