Lack of Exercise


In modern times, lack of exercise has become a widespread problem. We typically don't move much besides our eyes and fingers when we use TVs, video game systems, computers and cell phones.


As a result, many of us simply don't exercise appropriately. That fact could create certain complications in our health.


Possible Health Problems

It can increase the likelihood of one having several health problems, including the following ones:


1- Obesity

Among the causes of obesity are a diet deficient in nutrients and insufficient exercise. Most of the time workouts accounts for about 20% to 30% of weight loss. The best workout in the world won't offset a poor diet. However, regular exercise and a healthy diet can work together to maintain an adequate weight.


2- High Blood Pressure

Balanced exercise is an element for lowering high blood pressure. How much exercise is enough? While there's no exact number, it is important to get at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise at least five days during a week. The exercise regimen should be accompanied with a healthy and balanced meals.


3- Higher Likelihood of Diseases

Various studies having that regular exercise could help to prevent various types of diseases, such as heart disease. Exercising moderately can support your immune system. On the other hand, not enough exercise has the opposite effect.


4- Depression

When we exercise, our brains release various chemicals. The chemicals tell our bodies that we're relaxed after a workout. Meanwhile, without exercise there is a greater probability of suffering from some kind of ailment.


5- Little Energy

When our heart and lungs aren't working at an optimum level, our bodies aren't getting a sufficient amount of oxygen and nutrients. Thus, one result of a lack of exercise is that we feel tired and sluggish.


General Basic Exercises

Here are some exercises that you could consider doing:

  • bicycling
  • jogging
  • swimming
  • walking

 








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