BEAT THE STRESS WITH EXERCISE

BEAT THE STRESS WITH EXERCISE

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Our lives are fast paced these days. Balancing activities like taking care of a job, business and household activities etc. can take a toll on one’s physical and mental health.

Unfortunately stress not only makes you unhappy but it also has a direct connection with your waistline. When you are going through a difficult situation whether at work or at home your bodies increase the production of the hormone cortisol, which the experts call the fight-or-flight response. If you come out of this stressful situation then the body returns to its normal state. But what happens if it doesn’t? That is where the problem lies. This continuous stress that most of us undergo – financial issues, family problems –  keeps the levels of cortisol elevated for weeks. This increased level of cortisol in your body might lead to excess storage of fat in the stomach.

An expanded belly is just one of the side- effects of stress. Stress is linked to many chronic diseases.

Regular exercise is the solution; at first it might be hard. In the beginning it might be more like work than fun but as you continue and get into shape you will begin to accept it, then gradually enjoy it and eventually exercise becomes a vital part of your lifestyle just like eating and sleeping.

Regular exercise cardiovascular or strength training brings amazing changes to your body, metabolism, heart and most importantly your mind. The stress- relieving benefits have a neurochemical basis. Exercise reduces the levels of the stress producing hormones and increases the production of endorphins which are chemicals in the brain and the body’s natural pain killers which also improve your moods. Undoubtedly after a work-out session, you will feel relaxed and optimistic.

Regular exercise will improve your cholesterol; lower your blood pressure and blood sugar levels. Except when you are ill, exercise must be done everyday. You can start with 15-20 minutes of cardiovascular exercise like cycling, or running and then add a little strength training and stretching. Work-out under your trainer’s guidance as he will create a balanced program for health and stress reduction.

Flexibility Exercises- Stretching exercises improve the range of motion of muscles, and joints.

Aerobic Exercises- Exercises such as walking and running which focus on improving cardiovascular endurance.

Anaerobic Exercise- These exercises include weight training , rowing , push-ups , sit-ups and etc .

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