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Sunday, April 18, 2021

 Exercise: Why it’s important for our health?

Exercise: Why it’s important for our health?

Have you thought about the changes in your body physique, muscle, mind, and heart when you do an exercise and why this is so much important for our health?

Exercise is a regular habit of successful people. Many people exercise regularly and go to the gym to develop self-discipline and lead an orderly life.

Exercise is like taking a magical pill for your brain, and if there were ever a drug that could do for your health everything that exercise can eat would likely be the most valuable pharmaceutical ever developed. 

Why is exercise so good for us?

The physical benefit of exercise:

Physical Exercise: Why it’s important for our health?

Some physical benefits of exercise that we can see with our naked eyes are you look better, you losing weight, you become lean, you gain muscle and generally, you become fit.

The physical effects of exercise that we see with the naked eye are not observed for a short period of time, even if one exercises continuously for one or one and a half months, the effects are rarely observed.

However, if you continue your exercise or practice, your body's biological processes will start to happen, whether you see it or not, and if you continue to exercise routinely for a while, your body will increase your energy due to increase metabolism and mitochondria in your cells.

It is a common misconception that exercise reduces body weight. No, exercise does not cause weight loss but it causes muscle gain. And since muscle has mitochondria and mitochondria burn energy. Mitochondria are parts of your cells and those convert carbs, fat, and protein into fuel that your muscles use to do their job. Studies have shown that regular exercise can increase mitochondria by up to 50% after 6 to 8 weeks. As your mitochondria increase, you will notice a change in your fitness. For example you can easily climb a lot of high places before you feel like you have completed a marathon. After a month or so your muscle will start to grow and get stronger.

Why this might not be obviously visible?

Our bodies need a lot of energy for metabolism and other body functions. The body supplies this energy by burning calories. If you do not exercise, the body will accumulate more calories. Which will make you fat. If you exercise regularly, your muscles will be energized and will need fewer calories. The body will keep you fit by burning more calories. Exercise transmits energy to the body which keeps our body active. So that time you spend working out reaps benefit long after you stop working out.

Regular exercise can reduce your risk of heart and circulatory disease by up to 35%.

When you exercise, your muscles generate heat in your body and you feel warm. Your heart pumps blood faster and blood circulates faster in the body. The more you exercise, the more active and strong you become.

Mental Benefits:

Mental benefit of exercise.

Exercise not only helps you outwardly but also makes you happier and more motivated and reduces your depression.

Exercise is the recommended treatment for depression, insomnia, memory loss, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's disease, and others.

While we are doing exercise some hormones produced naturally in our body such as serotonin, Endorphins, and a protein known as Brain-Derived Neurotropic Factor (BDNF).

It also helps to reduce stress levels, lift someone's mood, aids in better sleep, improves learning, and also relates to increasing confidence.

When you start exercising especially for the first time or after a long break you will feel more alert and energized because ramping up your heart rate means a boost in overall flow and oxygen to the brain. 

Exercise release a special brain cell called dopamine which is responsible for motivation. If you have filled track on lazy and don't feel like doing anything that's because you're experiencing a dopamine deficit.

 It makes you want to do things and it reassures you that that thing was worth doing. So if you are experiencing a dopamine deficit, you can find it hard to get things done. Because you are not getting enough fulfillments to justify doing them. But whenever you exercise, you directly increase the amount of dopamine in your blood, and instead of feeling tired and worn out. You suddenly feel motivated and energized.

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