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Why You Should Be Moving Everyday!
Do you exercise regularly? Do you go for walks? Do you live an active lifestyle?
Do you “move” everyday?
We are told that it is important to be active and “move” everyday, but why? Why should we be active and constantly moving? I’m already on my feet all day for work and sometimes take the stairs. Doesn’t that count? Why do I need to do extra activity? I’m already tired from working all day! Won’t more activity just make me even more exhausted?
“Why should we be active and “move” everyday?”
To Have More Energy
There are many reasons as to “why” we need to be more active on a daily basis, and the first is, because it gives you more energy! I know, it doesn’t seem to make sense, right? Well it’s true. By being more active on a daily basis you will actually become more energized!
Why is this? There are many reasons…
With increased activity you will build up more of an appetite, as your body craves more nutrients to recover, and in turn you will eat more for extra fuel. Often times, with a decreased activity level we have less of an appetite and don’t eat enough for proper energy, or we start to eat out of boredom as we lose confidence in our body image. So activity helps maintain a regular diet and maintain self-confidence in your body image.
“Activity helps maintain a regular diet and maintain
self-confidence in your body image.”
You will better regulate your blood pressure by being active to where you can help prevent sudden drops in blood pressure, that will make you feel tired. If you stay sedentary, or inactive for too long your blood pressure starts to drop, signaling your body to be in a more restful/recovery state, making you feel tired. This is why we feel tired and eventually fall asleep at night; through a blood pressure drop. Those with high blood pressures can fall asleep faster as their blood pressure constantly wants to fall to a more normal state. These people tend to be tired often, as that is one of the most common indicators of high blood pressure.
“…you will feel completely re-energized, and ready to take on the world!”
Being more active will increase your work capacity, or the amount of total work your body is adapted to withstand on a regular basis before becoming fatigued. By having a higher work capacity, you will be less effected by your normal daily activities, such as work (including manual labor), and only become tired when you are near to reaching your daily work capacity, AFTER exercising or doing some daily activity. You may feel tired at first, when increasing your daily activity, but after a few days you will feel completely re-energized, and ready to take on the world!
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