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Health benefits of doing exercise

If you exercise regularly and lead a healthy lifestyle, you can prevent a lot of diseases. Regular exercise can prevent the risk from stroke and heart diseases, obesity, osteoporosis, back pain, high blood pressure, and noninsulin dependent diabetes. Besides the health benefits of exercise, you can also feel better, manage stress and be in an excellent mood with a little daily exercise. For better results, make sure you exercise at least 20 minutes a day at least three times a week. In case you haven’t been exercising some time, it is better to start at a slow pace. It is advisable to start swimming or walking because you will be physically active without having to strain your body. When you feel that your body is in better shape, you can continue with some more strenuous exercises.

Health benefits of exercises

Exercising has a lot of advantages. Health benefits of exercise are numerous. Exercising can reduce the risk of heart diseases. The risk of premature death can be easily reduced with some simple daily exercises. Exercising daily can reduce the risk of developing high cholesterol. The health benefits include reducing high blood pressure. It can reduce the risk of developing high blood pressure as well. Exercising can reduce the risk of developing diabetes, breast cancer and colon cancer. By doing exercises you build and maintain healthy bones, joints, and muscles. Exercising can improve our psychological wellbeing and reduce anxiety and depression. By doing some simple exercises you can also lose weight or maintain body fat.

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