HEALTHY, FIT, GOOD - LOOKING? GUSTO KO YAN

HEALTHY, FIT, GOOD - LOOKING? GUSTO KO YAN

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Children, adults and seniors can all enjoy the benefits of being physically fit. You'll experience improved cardio and bone health, along with stronger muscles. Better sleep and an enhanced sense of wellbeing are also common benefits.

Engaging in a regular exercise program provides a bounty of benefits that enrich many areas of your life, notes the American Council on Exercise. Consistent cardio exercise improves your cardiovascular health. Regular workouts help your heart muscle to become stronger, enabling you to stay active without feeling tired.

Sticking to an exercise program contributes to lower blood pressure levels. Consistent physical activity helps to keep your arteries clear, improve your circulatory system function and maintain good heart strength. Taken together, these benefits help to ward off high blood pressure.

Another of the benefits of being physically fit is that you'll more easily burn calories and manage your weight. You'll also increase your muscle mass, lower body fat and boost your body's resting metabolic rate. This emphasizes the importance of an active lifestyle.

Regular weight-bearing exercise, such as jogging, biking or strength training, exerts stress on your body's skeletal system. In turn, your bones focus on bone growth and repair. These actions help to fend off osteoporosis, which is often a concern for older exercisers.

Exercise releases dopamine and serotonin, the neurotransmitters that give your body that "feel good" sensation. As a result, you'll likely notice that you're considerably more relaxed and maintain a general feeling of happiness during your daily activities. This illustrates one of the reasons why exercise is important.

Enhanced school- or job-related learning potential is another of the benefits of being physically fit. Exercise helps to strengthen brain cells, which results in higher learning capacity and alertness. So, you may feel better able to focus on that detailed case study or intensive report after

What will happen if you are not healthy? In the short term, poor nutrition can contribute to stress, tiredness and our capacity to work, and over time, it can contribute to the risk of developing some illnesses and other health problems such as: being overweight or obese. tooth decay. high blood pressure.

Can being too healthy bad for your health? The short answer is no. However, it is entirely possible and sadly, becoming more and more common for people to start out with a quest for fitness and end up with a dangerous obsession with exercise and restrictive dieting.

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