Proper diet and regular exercise are the two key factors for healthy living. If one takes care of these two factors, there is a least chance that he suffers from any serious disease. Here in this article, we will discuss the beneficial effects of exercise on various organs and systems of the body.
Heart and circulatory system – Regular exercise makes the heart muscles stronger and more efficient. The blood vessels dilate during exercise, and so more blood reaches the muscles. It has been found that during vigorous or rapid exercise, the blood circulation in certain muscles and organs with more oxygen and a larger number of red blood corpuscles.
The respiratory system – Breathing becomes not only more rapid, but also deeper, thus making increased quantities of oxygen available.
The skin – The pores of the skin open up during exercise. The result is a healthier skin, because of more efficient disposal of impurities and dirt.
The musculature – Regular exercise strengthens the muscles, promotes their development and increases their efficiency. Stronger muscles lend better support to the joints. Temperature of the body – The temperature of the body rises during exercise. This promotes the burning up of the toxic substances in the body. And as the toxic substances get eliminated from the body, it is safe from any disease.
So, we see that all the systems of the body derive invaluable benefits from exercise. Each one of us should set aside a minimum period of 30 to 40 minutes every day in the morning for exercise.
Disclaimer: This article is not meant to provide health advice and is for general information only. Always seek the insights of a qualified health professional before embarking on any health program.
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