Regular Exercise 5 Benefits

 Benefits Of Regular Exercise

 Stress reduction

Stress Reduction is achievable through physical activities that raise the heart rate. It is proven that regular exercise both reduces and alleviates stress in the long term as well as achieving instant benefits in the shorter term. Weight loss is also a benefit that can also be achieved.  It also helps release chemicals in the brain, which act to reduce and combat stress. Endorphins are a chemical which is released by the body. Research indicates that euphoria and forms of improved happiness and contentment are achieved from it

Better Sleep

Exercise helps to improve sleep by adjusting the body’s temperature. Our body temperature is at its highest, and its lowest level during sleep. After some considerable time, the body cools at a much quicker rate than our body would in normal condition time.

Increased Energy

Whilst exercising blood moves much faster and more assertively through the heart, and with this oxygen levels within the body increase.  Oxygen levels increase which results in greater energy improvements overall. As the body becomes more acclimatised to it. Improvements in physical fitness levels and in cardiovascular activities make daily tasks and living become easier to take on. A good example of this is  exercising in the morning. The energy gained from this can help to complete the tasks of the day more efficiently and overall a whole lot easier.

Increased Energy

General Mood Improvements.

Research indicates that regular exercise can improve our mood, in both short and longer term gains. 30 minutes  per day can be enough time to see good benefits and changes.  It can also help the body guard and protect against many illnesses and ailments.

Examples are:

Diabetes

Heart Disease

Stroke

Depression

Osteoporosis

Some Cancers

Improved Daily Structure.

Regular exercise

Regular Exercise can also provide structure to your day. By making commitment to exercise ie: Regularly visiting the gym on a daily basis or any other exercise variant such as running, yoga etc, helps to organise the day before it comes around in order to fit these commitments in. This helps us contribute more discipline to completing our daily activities both efficiently and productively.

Can’t Lose Weight.

Why are we overweight?

Science suggests that when we eat food we choose to it converts into energy .

How it converts to energy falls into 3 categories Fuel, Waste and storage.

Explaining this , our daily daily bodily functions empower our organs , which help us to keep stability through maintaining body temperature etc, this is what is called the Fuel.

Waste is what the body segregates from this energy and cleanses through our waste channels of the bowel and bladder.

Storage is what occurs when energy is stored as fat.

When we are overweight , we tend to consume too much energy every day, as the body acts as a self-regulator , not all this energy is needed , and is therefore banked within the body as fat pretty much consistently , not adding any value to any weight loss intentions we may have.

So where do we start you might ask ? The answer  in thought is we need to consume fever calories in our everyday intake Simple isn’t it. Not so as without the right plan consuming fewer calories will produce no more than only short term temporary gain , as it will be neither enjoyable or consistent.

If weight loss is our ultimate goal then we need to tackle it with a long-term achievable plan, as said before temporary changes produce very little else than temporary results, as our bodies by design are wanting to cling on to the extra body fat we have stored, making it near damn impossible to achieve weight loss without the right workable plan.

Calorie Confirmation

If you are consistently consuming less than 2000 calories per day , and still find you’re not seeing the result in losing weight . Re-check your daily calorie amounts again , and if needs be ask a partner or family member  , someone who can re-check your amounts are correct , verifying that you’re not consuming more than what you think you are.

Calorie Counting

Should you be sure that you are eating less than 2000 calories daily and your still not achieving   the weight loss, you could be up against what is known as Stubborn Fat , or your last few pounds to lose to achieve your target objective. At this point a re-think on calorie intake should be considered , and by lowering your daily calorie intake by 250 calories should in time if repeated consistently achieve that weight loss.