Reasons to Exercise
Study significantly supports that consistent exercise lowers the threat for many diseases.
1.Allows you to consume greater quantities of food and still maintain caloric balance.
2.Assist in efforts to stop smoking.
3.Decrease (by 20 to 30 percent) the need for antihypertensive medication, if you are hypertensive.
4.Enhance your muscles' abilities to extract oxygen from your blood.
5.Enhances physical desire, performance, and satisfaction.
6.Expand blood plasma volume.
7.Give you more energy to meet the demands of daily life, and provides you with a reserve to meet the demands of unexpected emergencies.
8.Help control blood pressure in people with hypertension.
9.Help decrease your appetite (a short-term effect only).
10.Help improve short-term memory in older individuals.