Why should adults stay active?

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Being physically active is necessary for a healthy body and mind. But many adults become physically inactive as years pass, which could be due to being busy with many responsibilities and duties, stress, or other reasons. Though we are busy with several tasks and can’t spare time to exercise, it is not right to neglect exercising, as some physical activity is necessary for all members of a family, and not just for kids or youngsters.

Here are a few among the many reasons, why physical activity should never be ignored. Regular exercising helps to:

  • Maintain a healthy body weight
  • Reduce the risk of chronic diseases/conditions such as coronary heart disease, arthritis, and hypertension.
  • Manage stress positively
  • Strengthen bones and muscles
  • Relax your mind
  • Promote blood flow and delay skin aging
  • Improve memory
  • Improve sleep quality
  • Strengthening your immune system

There are certain habits that cause us to be physically inactive, which some of us have not yet realized. Some common habits are:

  • Taking your car to reach places very close to your house, keeps you from walking.
  • Going to bed soon after dinner keeps you from losing weight and affects your digestion too.
  • A sedentary lifestyle such as sitting down and spending a long time watching TV or your phone keeps you from developing healthy hobbies that help you stay active and healthy.
  • Preferring to stay seated all time keeps you from moving. Instead, standing or moving during breaks keeps you from stiffness.

It’s never too late to start getting physically active. Some kind of physical activity is better than being inactive. Start slowly with the kind of physical activity you like and make it a point to do it regularly. It will improve your quality of life and contribute to your overall health and wellness.

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  1. Reshma

    Your blogs are very positive and inspiring

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