Unfortunately, stress is only “beneficial” for us to a certain level. Beyond that point, it can cause various physiological problems and catalyst more serious health ailments such as cardiovascular disease, anxiety, depression, etc. Since stress occurs on a ongoing basis, it is important to learn to deal with and reduce the effects of stress on your body and mind. Similar to calories we burn, through proper exercise with can dissipate our level of stress affecting our body and mind. Our mind needs the relaxation for free and clear thinking.
According to various research institutions, doctors can confirmed and observed the true benefits of exercise. Those with particular health ailments should consult with their physician before starting a new exercise regiment to minimize physical toll on the body. Overall, it can be observed that people who keep active and exercise on a regular basis tend to be less afflicted by stress-related health ailments. They also strengthen and tone their muscles, which can be quite beneficial in the long run to prevent bone degradation. Bone degradation is critical for those that are elderly, as they are more prone to brittling bones. Also, it has been observed that the metabolic effect of exercise helps maintain lower body mass index, regulated sleep patterns, and a healthy appetite. It seems as those there appetite is more regulated as their intake for body coincide for their level of exercise. Exercise has been observed to benefit those with ongoing depression (possibly due to excessive stress) or in combination with other medical treatments.
From a physiological standpoint, it has been observed that people that seem to be more stressed as more prone to certain infections and infections. They are more prone to developing a common cold and flu, when under stress. Thus, if you supplement your life with increased exercise, as well as meditation, you can help the immunity of your body and break the cycle of illness. It has been observed that cardiovascular-related exercise, such as running, jogging, cycling, ecliptics, etc, at least 30 minutes 3 times a week, helps to significantly reduces stress levels. Our body release various neurotransmitters during exercise that help the body to rebuild itself from stress-related damage. Cardiovascular exercise (“cardio”) is also excellent for strengthening the heart and increase oxygenated blood to all organs of the heart.
In conclusion, you should look to improve your health by incorporating more exercise into your regiment. Exercise will help reduce the ongoing stress incurred in life and minimize its physiological damage. Our body, will directly and indirectly feel the effects of exercise as our muscles, organs, and bones as strengthened and as it reduces our stress levels, which lead to a reduce likely of health ailments. Also, the increase blood flow to your brain will help provide increase mental clarity. When deciding on an appropriate exercise, please consult with your physician about a proper program for you. We, recommend, to those it moderate shape to exercise 30 mins, 3 day a week to reduce stress levels significantly.