Exercise & Stress
Can you imagine something that is helpful to your body that can be done easily every day? Exercise, physical exertion to the point of increased heart rate, is amazingly beneficial. The positive results of exercise affect so many parts of your life. According to the Mayo Clinic these are the seven basic benefits of exercise.
- Exercise Improves Your Mood
- Exercise Combats Chronic Diseases
- Exercise Helps You Manage Your Weight
- Exercise Strengthens Your Heart & Lungs
- Exercise Promotes Better Sleep
- Exercise Can Put the Spark Back Into Your Sex Life
- Exercise Can Be Fun
Dr. Group points out that stress relief exercises benefit the mind, body and the soul. By using stress relief exercises you can improve your muscular tone, digestion and posture. It helps psychologically by improving your emotional state if you are troubled. You’ve heard people say that they were upset so they went for a walk, or went to the gym. Exercise can improve your self-confidence, too. All of this is possible because of the endorphins that are released.
Did You Know?
People Who Exercise effectively and regularly:
- A healthy bowel transit time should be 12 to 18 hours. The average transit time in Western countries is at least twice that-38 hours or more!