“The cheapest and most effective secret to a healthy life!”
If you’re working out and exercising regularly, nothing can stop you from being healthy! However, most of us are too busy to take time for daily exercise. This doesn’t mean that you stop working out altogether. A small 5-minute session is still better than doing nothing for your health. Exercise kick starts several protective mechanisms in your body to boost up your health and immunity. Let’s talk about how every single part of your body benefits from exercise.
Improved Cardiovascular Health
The secret of good cardiovascular health is maintaining blood pressure within normal limits. Exercise regulates blood glucose levels and puts less stress on your heart. Overall levels of oxygenated blood increase in the body which also keeps the heart healthy.
Improved Lung Health
Regular exercise increases respiratory activity as well, improving your lungs’ strength. Increased rate of high-volume oxygen inhalation with every breath makes your lungs and body healthier, stronger, and efficient.
Improved Bone Strength
Physical stress is good for our bone health! Working out under stress increases bone mineral density. It improves blood flow to the bones, increases calcium deposition, and also reduces the risk of osteoporosis later in life.
Regulation of Blood Glucose Levels
Diabetes is an epidemic worldwide. Before you stuff yourself with medicines and their side effects, start with the basics. Simple daily exercise increases the uptake of blood glucose by the tissues and its utilization. This, in turn, keeps the blood glucose levels within normal limits. This helps control diabetes naturally.
Better Mood and Energy
When you work out, your body releases multiple neurotransmitters involved in the regulation of your mood. These include certain endorphins, dopamine, and serotonin. These chemicals act together to boost up your mood and energy. Your overall daily productivity increases.
Improved Muscle Mass
The more you put your muscles to work, the more they will grow in terms of strength and mass. Therefore, exercising daily causes activity base growth of your muscle fibers. Not only do the muscles increase in mass, their strength and exercise tolerance also increase.
Improved Brain Health
Regular exercise has numerous healthy effects on the brain. It increases the levels of endorphins, improves blood flow to the brain, and improves the overall cognition. It also boosts memory and learning. You will have better concentration and creativity.
So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to kick out the laziness and start exercising towards better health! Zazaam! -Coach Fab