Benefits of Exercise

Exercise is not just about weight loss or trying to maintain the perfect figure.  There’s so much more that being active helps with than just the physical aspect.  Here are some of the best reasons to exercise!

It Can Make You Feel Happier
Improve your mood and decrease feelings of depression, anxiety and stress.  Can increase your endorphins which are known to produce positive feelings.  No matter how intense your exercise regimens are, your mood will get better and you’ll gain more energy and mental awareness.

It Is Good for Muscles and Bones
Practicing regular physical exercise is essential to reducing muscle loss and maintaining strength as you age.  Helps build bone density while you are young to prevent osteoporosis later in life.

It Can Reduce Your Risk of Chronic Disease
Regular exercise can improve cardiovascular fitness and body composition and decrease blood pressure and blood fat levels.  Increases in belly fat can lead to diabetes or possibly heart disease.

It Can Help Skin Health
If you are not regularly exercising, stress can increase, and your body’s antioxidant defenses won’t repair the damage that free radicals cause to cells.  This can damage your internal structures and deteriorate your skin, causing early aging.

It Can Reduce Pain
Exercise can reduce some chronic pain and improve your quality of life.  It can also raise pain tolerance and decrease pain perception.

It Can Promote a Better Sex Life
Engaging in regular exercise can strengthen the cardiovascular system, improve blood circulation, tone muscles and enhance flexibility, all of which can improve your sex life.  

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It Can Help with Weight Loss
Exercising supports a fast metabolism and helps you maintain muscle mass and weight loss.  Of course, this comes with having a healthy diet, which in turn, will increase your metabolism and give you more energy.

It Can Increase Your Energy Levels
Exercise helps reduce feelings of fatigue and can increase energy levels in those who may suffer from some progressive illnesses. 

It Can Help with Relaxation and Sleep Quality
The energy depletion that occurs during exercise stimulates recuperative processes during sleep and the increase in body temperature that occurs is thought to improve sleep quality by helping it drop during sleep.  Good sleep will help you feel more energized the next day.

It Can Help Your Brain Health and Memory
Exercise will increase your heart rate, which promotes the flow of blood and oxygen to your brain and stimulates hormones that enhance the growth of brain cells.  This will improve brain function and protect memory and thinking skills.