• Exercise can improve your health and reduce the risk of developing several diseases like cancer, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
• It has an immediate and long-term health benefits.
We all have daily routines that we follow down to a T.
It could be saying a prayer once you wake up every morning, brushing your teeth or as most millennials do nowadays, checking your phone for updates on your favourite social media platforms that may have slipped in through the night.
Scheduling exercise in your daily routine will most importantly improve your quality of life.
You will ultimately begin the journey to making your body and health better.
Regular exercise makes you generally feel better, have energy and even add years to your life.
Exercise doesn't have to be complicated. You can simply run for a few minutes. Running alone supports healthy blood flow, blood pressure and cholesterol.
Other simple body movements that go a long way include talking walks, skipping ropes, stretching and star jumps, brisk walking, biking, running.
When it comes to exercise consistency is key.
Exercise can improve your health and reduce the risk of developing several diseases like cancer, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
It has an immediate and long-term health benefits.
Other benefits of this daily necessity is that it controls weight, boosts high-density lipo protein (HDL) cholesterol which is the good kind of cholesterol.
When blood is flowing smoothly, cardiovascular diseases are prevented and life threatening conditions such as stroke are kept at bay.
Exercise improves mood, boosts confidence and improves your self- esteem. It is also fun and social, and can help you connect with friends.
It boosts energy, promotes better sleep, puts back the spark in your sex life.