When your doctor informed you that there is a new medicine that may provide you with more energy, allow you to lose weight, decrease your blood pressure, maintain your blood sugar and cholesterol in line, ward off diabetes, depression and cancer, will you take it?
Obviously you would. Who would not? If only it had been that simple. On the other hand, there’s something that can be done every day that will surely provide you with the above and much more – EXERCISE!
Physical inactivity is definitely a major health condition that we all know leads to a number of health problems, as well as, chronic illnesses.
Exercise is essential to our overall health and wellness. Thus, if we are all conscious of what amount of good exercise is going to do for all of us, why is that many people aren’t doing a certain amount of daily activity? Simply because in whatever way we think of it, exercise requires effort and time. And nowadays, time appears to become a hard-to-find commodity for many people.
But when we do not make time for exercise, at some point we will be needing time to go to the doctor, dietician, chiropractor, physical therapist or any other medical experts in the frantic attempt to remedy what might have been avoided from the start.
In addition to breast cancer and heart disease, exercise has always been considered to be the most effective way to ward off several chronic illnesses, and the advantages of exercising on a regular basis go higher than that. Exercise:
- Can lower your chances of major ailments, like cancer, heart disease, diabetes and stroke by as much as 50%.
- Lowers risk of early death by as much as 30%.
- Boosts mood, self-esteem, sleep quality, as well as, energy; it can also keep the weight off.
- Moderate exercise, like brisk walking or cycling, gives your lungs and heart a workout.
Exercise is indeed the best medicine for common diseases, even early deaths according to a new study. Read the article published online at The New York Times.
Exercise as Potent Medicine
[quote style=”boxed”]Exercise can be as effective as many frequently prescribed drugs in treating some of the leading causes of death, according to a new report. The study raises important questions about whether our health care system focuses too much on medications and too little on activity to combat physical ailments.[/quote]
Read the rest of the article here…
It is much better to participate in exercise for at least 4 or 5 days in a week. This should help you keep a healthy weight, and also to prevent heart disease, kidney disease, diabetes, several cancers, and a lot more diseases. Exercising will make you stronger, enhances circulation of blood all through your body, boosts your defense mechanisms and boosts your stamina.
So, no matter if you choose to make use of the treadmill, go for skipping rope or run across the neighborhood, try to incorporate exercise into your daily routine to stay healthy. Exercise should not be a choice. Our body was created to move and works best if it will get regular movement. Make use of the massive perks of exercise by simply moving your body.
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