Here’s What Happens To Your Body When You Don’t Exercise Regularly
Exercising regularly not only keeps you fit but also boost your immunity.
By Neeraj Kumar
Exercise not only changes your body but it also changes your mind, your attitude, and your mood. Every one of us is very known to the fact that exercising on a regular basis has its enormous benefits.
Working out regularly not just only helps you in losing few pounds but it also helps in coping up with your mental stress, releasing out toxins, and helps in staying healthy with all physical, mental, and emotional aspects. Not only this, when you exercise, your body releases certain chemicals called Endorphins which triggers an elated feeling in your body. It stimulates the release of dopamine, serotonin which not only elevates your mood but gives you sexual gratification, a feeling of pleasure, and so on. Exercising frequently prevents many chronic health issues such as diabetes, obesity, cancer, etc. Which all are increasing at an alarming rate in today's date.
All you have to do is to invest 30 minutes of your day to do any form of exercise. Basically, Exercise refers to any form of physical activity done on a repetitive basis to improve your heart and lung power and for that cardiovascular exercises are considered best. So here are some of the problems you may face when you don’t work out regularly.
What really happens to our body when you don’t exercise regularly-
Increase blood sugar level OR Diabetes
Lack of physical activity and a sedentary lifestyle can increase your blood sugar levels because it causes your muscle cells to lose their sensitivity to insulin, which controls levels of sugar in the blood.
Lowers the efficiency of the heart muscle
Any vigorous physical activity demands on your heart to pump a sufficient amount of blood to your working muscles, in turn improving cardiovascular health and a sedentary lifestyle decreases the activity of the heart muscle making it old by every passing day.
Poor's brain memory
A study published in the British Journal of sports medicine, suggests that aerobic exercises may help in improving the individual’s memory and learning skills. Regular aerobic exercise was shown to increase hippocampal volume in elderly women. This indicates a clear difference between the brains of sedentary individuals and those who exercise on a regular basis.
Lack of physical activity often leads to mood disorders, interrupted sleep, insomnia, etc. Exercise triggers an increase in body temperature and then a post-exercise drop in temperature which may promote falling asleep. It also helps in dealing with insomnia to a certain extent by decreasing anxiety and depressive symptoms.
Risk of cancer
Exercising regularly reduces the risk of cancers like breast cancer which is increasing nowadays due to a sedentary lifestyle and other factors. The bottom line is to make sure you don’t increase your health issues because of a sedentary lifestyle and to live a healthy, fit, and active life, exercise on a regular basis.
“HEALTH IS WEALTH”