Exercie increases ability to supply blood to the skin for cooling
Exercise helps relieve many of the common discomforts of pregnancy (backache, heartburn, constipation, etc).
Exercise increases the density and breaking strength of ligaments and tendons
Exercise helps to relieve and prevent "migraine headache attacks".
Exercise helps the body resist upper respiratory tract infections.
Exercise increases your tissues' responsiveness to the actions of insulin (i.e., improves tissue sensitivity for insulin), helping to better control blood sugar, particularly if you are a Type2 diabetic.
Sugar on its own is a slow killing poison. We consume on average 22 cups of sugar per day. To lose weight and prevent or stop disease cut out sugar.
The benefits of exercise:
1. Reduces your risk of getting heart disease.
2. Increases your level of muscle strength.
3. Improves the functioning of your immune system.
4. Enhances sexual desire, performance and satisfaction.
5. Helps you to more effectively manage stress.
6. Helps you to lose weight -- especially fat weight.
7. Improves the likelihood of survival from a myocardial infarction (heart attack).
8. Can help relieve the pain of tension headaches -- perhaps the most common type of headache.
9. Improves your body's ability to use fat for energy during physical activity.
10. Increases the density and breaking strength of bones.
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Colin White - owner of BoxingFit
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Please note that the information that is posted on the Health & Well-being blog, because each individual is physiologically different, may be successful for some people and unsuccessful for other people.
Please consult with your professional, that is dietician, personal trainer or G.P. before trying any of the diets or foods and the exercises and exercise routines that have been suggested on this blog.