Regular exercise can help protect you from heart disease and stroke, high blood pressure, noninsulin-dependent diabetes, obesity, back pain, osteoporosis, and can improve your mood and help you to better manage stress.
Exercise is essential for maintaining the fitness levels of the body and also for improving the immunity system of the body. Exercises are very similar to the regular cleaning that you do to keep your house clean from dust and other harmful particles. Through exercises the body flushes out some of the harmful toxins and energies from the body and thus our internal system is able to work much better. Through exercises blood is pumped to the heart and other organs and thus the body has better flow of oxygen, which is another advantage for your health. Apart from this there are a bunch of unusual benefits of exercising that you probably don't know, here's a list.
Regular exercise works as an anti depressant for us. It makes us feel positive and happy due to the chemicals are released in the body during the physical activity. It is this reason that makes exercising so great for not only healthy body but healthy mind as well.
Regular exercise promotes learning as it makes our mind sharper . It increases the level of brain chemicals called growth factors, which help make new brain cells and establish new connections between brain cells to help us learn. Complicated activities also improve our capacity to learn by enhancing our attention and concentration skills, according to German researchers who found that high school students scored better on high-attention tasks after doing 10 minutes of a complicated fitness routine compared to 10 minutes of regular activity. (Those who hadn't exercised at all scored the worst.)
Self Esteem Booster
You don't need to radically change your body shape to get a confidence surge from exercise. Studies suggest that simply seeing fitness improvements, like running a faster mile or lifting more weight than before, can improve your self-esteem and body image.
Yes, that "runner's high" really does exist if you're willing to shift into high-intensity mode. It is recommended to sprint bursts through interval training. Run, bike, or swim as fast as you can for 30 to 40 seconds and then reduce your speed to a gentle pace for five minutes before sprinting again. Repeat four times for a total of five sprints. This will make you feel sparky the whole day.
Even mild activity like a leisurely walk can help keep your brain fit and active, fending off memory loss and keeping skills like vocabulary retrieval strong.
In a 2011 study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, Canadian researchers analyzed the energy expenditure and cognitive functioning of elderly adults over the course of two to five years. Most of the participants did not work out; their activities revolved around short walks, cooking, gardening, and cleaning. Still, compared with their sedentary peers, the most active participants scored significantly better on tests of cognitive function, and they showed the least amount of cognitive decline. By the study's end, roughly 90 percent of them could think and remember just as well as they could when the study began.
Ability to Reverse Damages
Jumping on the treadmill or cross trainer for 30 minutes can blow off tension by increasing levels of "soothing" brain chemicals like serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. What's fascinating, though, is that exercise may actually work on a cellular level to reverse stress's toll on our aging process, according to a 2010 study from the University of California San Francisco. The researchers found that stressed-out women who exercised vigorously for an average of 45 minutes over a three-day period had cells that showed fewer signs of aging compared to women who were stressed and inactive.
Helps You Sleep
Regular Exercising aids in good sleep too, so for a person who exercises regularly sleeping well is no problem at all.
Make exercise a part of your day, for a healthy body and happy mind.