|Exercise is one of
the most important things you can do to improve your level of wellness.
Good physical fitness and health go hand in hand. Exercise helps you to
maintain overall health, longevity, assist you with weight-loss, and is
also very good stress relief.
Human body is wonderful moving machine and is made to work best when it
is physically active. Of all the various methods of preserving health,
and of preventing diseases, which Nature has suggested, there is none
more effective than exercise. Exercise puts all body fluids in motion,
strengthens the solids, raises perspiration, and forces the
decomposition of a larger quantity of atmospheric air in the lungs.
Therefore, in order to preserve the health of the body, the Nature has
made exercise absolutely necessary to the greater part of mankind for
obtaining the means of existence.
If exercise had not been absolutely essential for our well-being,
Nature wouldn't give us the body so proper for it. Our bones, joints
and ligaments provide a great support system for movement and our
muscles perform the motions of great work and play. Nature made us
capable for number of active motions by giving such an activity to our
limbs, and such a pliancy to every part, as necessarily, to produce
compressive strength, bending, flexing, dilatation, expansion and all
other kinds of motions, that are necessary for the preservation of such
a complicated system of tubes and glands.
Human body readily adapts to practically any level of activity and
exercise. People of all ages, both female and male benefit from regular
physical activity. The more people exercise, the stronger and more fit
they become. The opposite is also true. If people don't have enough
activity and they don't exercise, their bones lose their density,
muscles become weak, joints stiffen and cellular energy system begin to
degenerate. The benefits of physical activity are both mental and
physical, immediate and far reaching. Physically fit people are
healthier, they can easily do everyday tasks, they are less likely to
develop disease, and they usually look and feel good.
Of all the different kinds of exercise, there is none that conduces so
much naturally to health as walking. Walking is not attended with the
fatigue of running, and the free air is more enjoyed in this way than
by any other mode of exercise.
Walking can improve your mood, stimulate creativity, relieve anxiety,
clarify thinking and provide an outlet for accumulated anger or even
aggression. It will simply help you to improve your mood and cognitive
functions. Try to go for a brisk walk after hard day at work, when you
feel down or depressed and experience immediate relaxed state of your
body and mind.
Avoid exercising immediately after heavy meal or after dinner. The best
time for taking exercise is before meal, or at least one hour after
meal for the body is then more vigorous and alert, and the mind more
cheerful, and better disposed to enjoy the pleasure of exercise.
Exercise done immediately after a full meal disturbs digestion, and
causes painful sensations in the stomach and bowels, with heart-burn,
and acid eructation.
Keep in mind, whatever style of exercise you practice, it shouldn't
initially to be too violent. Regular appropriate exercise should be
safe and beneficial for you. Even if you have some type of chronic
disease, disability or other special health condition, you can find
exercise that will benefit your health. The risks associated with not
exercising are far greater than those associated with a moderate
program of regular exercise.
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